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Welcome to the Frick

Continuing the legacy of Helen Clay Frick, we offer authentic experiences with art, history, and nature, in a welcoming environment that inspires and delights.

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Today at the frick

Thursday, October 29
Open 10 AM - Dusk

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Historic Clayton Mansion

exterior view of a gilded age mansion

The home of the Henry Clay Frick family from 1882–1905, this meticulously restored 22-room mansion features an impressive array of fine and decorative art objects purchased by the Fricks.

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The Frick Art Museum

an exterior view of the frick art museum

The Frick Art Museum opened in 1970 to house Helen Clay Frick’s personal collection of fine and decorative arts, with outstanding examples of early-Renaissance Sienese painting and 18th-century French painting, furniture, and decorative arts.

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Travel back in time

Car and Carriage Museum

historic vehicles

See some of the first horseless carriages to have an impact on Pittsburgh and learn about Pittsburgh’s role in the developing automobile industry.

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Stroll

Scenic Gardens & Greenhouse

a greenhouse with flowers in the foreground

The path that winds through the Frick’s 5.5-acre site is lined with lush gardens and a diverse selection of trees. Our active greenhouse is a renovation and partial reconstruction of one that served the Frick family from 1897 through the 1970s.

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See & Do

Upcoming Events

RADical (Online) Days at the Frick

Thursday, October 29
Curators take you behind closed doors.
RADical (Online) Days at the Frick

Car and Carriage Museum

Thursday, October 29
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Free, timed tickets are required for entry to the Car and Carriage Museum. Reserve your ticket here.
Car and Carriage Museum

Permanent Collection

Thursday, October 29
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Free, timed tickets are required for entry to The Frick Art Museum's permanent collection. Reserve your ticket here.
Permanent Collection

POSTPONED: Reading & Discussion: sub(Verses) Social Collective

Tuesday, November 3
7:00 PM
Join co-founders of the sub(Verses) Social Collective Sheila Carter-Jones and Bonita Penn along with fellow poets for a reading and discussion.
POSTPONED: Reading & Discussion: sub(Verses) Social Collective

Members-only Preview of The Frick Reflects

Saturday, November 7
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Be among the first to experience The Frick Reflects: Looking Back, Moving Forward.
Members-only Preview of <em>The Frick Reflects</em>

Panel Discussion: What Gets Saved?

Tuesday, November 10
7:00 PM
Upon the 30th anniversary of Clayton opening as a historic house museum, we are reflecting on why some historic sites are saved and why others are not.
Panel Discussion: What Gets Saved?

Book Lecture with Dr. Barbara Burstin—Sophie Masloff: The Incomparable Mayor Masloff

Thursday, November 12
7:00 PM
Please join us for a special evening with historian and author Barbara Burstin, Ph.D., as she discusses her latest book about Sophie Masloff, the first female and first Jewish mayor of Pittsburgh.
Book Lecture with Dr. Barbara Burstin&mdash;<i>Sophie Masloff: The Incomparable Mayor Masloff</i>

Common Reads

Saturday, November 21
10:30 AM
Join us for a monthly virtual book club!
Common Reads

Panel Discussion: Looking & Learning—On Portraits of Pittsburgh

Thursday, December 10
7:00 PM
Presented in partnership with the Senator John Heinz History Center
Panel Discussion: Looking & Learning&mdash;On <i>Portraits of Pittsburgh</i>
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