Sold Out on Saturday, April 27
PLEASE NOTE: No tickets are available for the Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt free admission day on Saturday, April 27.
Visiting the Frick

Know Before You Go

Whether you're a first-time visitor or long-time member, there's always something new to discover at The Frick Pittsburgh. Most visitors spend 2-3 hours during their time at the Frick.

Be prepared for your visit by familiarizing yourself with our visitor policies and guidelines, outlined below.

The interior of a greenhouse, filled with lush and colorful plants
 

Hours and Directions

For more information about daily hours, directions, and upcoming events, head over to the Plan Your Visit page.

Smoking

The Frick is a smoke-free campus. All forms of smoking, including electronic cigarettes, are prohibited.

Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the site, including the Frick Art Museum, Grable Visitor Center, The Café at The Frick, and gardens.

Picnicking

Visitors may bring food and beverages for picnics or purchase food, beverages, beer and wine at The Café at The Frick during open hours. While visitors are encouraged to eat at The Frick’s Café, it does have limited seating and serves visitors on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Animals and Pets

Service animals are permitted in all public areas. All other animals and pets are not permitted on the Frick's grounds. See the Frick's Accessibility page for more information about service animals.

Visiting with Children

All ages are welcome in the mansion and gardens, although the Gilded, Not Golden tour of Clayton is best suited for children ages 9 and up. A coloring area and infant care room are available in the Grable Visitor Center. A play area is available in the Car and Carriage Museum, which is free and open to all.

When accompanying young children, please hold hands and stay together. Please leave large bags, coats, and water bottles in your vehicle or store them in a locker (available at the Grable Visitor Center and the Frick Art Museum).

Restrooms

Public restrooms are available in the Frick Art Museum, the Grable Visitor Center, and the vestibule to the Car and Carriage Museum. An infant care room is available in the Grable Visitor Center. An outdoor public bathroom is located across from the Café. Restrooms in the Café are available to Café patrons.

Photography and Videography

Still photography without flash for private, non-commercial use by means of phones, hand-held cameras and tablet devices is permitted throughout most spaces at the Frick. Photography is prohibited inside the historic mansion, Clayton. Videography and use of a tripod or other camera equipment is not permitted at any time without prior permission. Read The Frick Pittsburgh’s full photography policy here.

Private Events

Private events do occur during public hours on occasions. Guests are asked to be courteous and respectful when private events are taking place.

the fracade of a museum, with pillars and arches framing three doors
 

Oversized Items

Visitors are not permitted to carry oversized items into the museum. Backpacks, packages, and bags larger than 11 x 15 inches can be left in free-to-use lockers (found in the Grable Visitor Center or in the Frick Art Museum) or in the Frick Art Museum's coatroom. Small backpacks may be carried if they are worn on your front or side.

Eating and Drinking

Eating, drinking (including use of water bottles), and chewing gum is prohibited in the museum. Medically necessary water bottles are permitted.

Prohibited Items

  • Backpacks, packages, and bags larger than 11 x 15 inches.
  • Firearms or weapons of any kind.
  • Objects including knives, scissors, spray paint and any other items deemed a concern.
  • Food, drinks, and gum. Medically necessary water bottles are permitted.

Behavioral Expectations

Visitors are prohibited from touching the paintings, sculptures, furniture, and other objects on display. Visitors are expected to be respectful of other guests when moving throughout the museum.

Wheelchairs and Strollers

The Frick Art Museum is wheelchair accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for visitor use on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Grable Visitor Center, the Frick Art Museum, and the Car and Carriage Museum. Strollers and soft-front infant carriers are permitted in the Frick Art Museum. See the Frick’s Accessibility page for more information.

Sketching

Visitors are permitted to sketch in the museum on paper that does not exceed 12 x 18 inches and with graphite or lead pencils only. The use of pens, markers, crayons, charcoals, colored pencils, chalks, pastels, and paint is not permitted. Please note that a time limit may be imposed depending on the museum or exhibition.

Photography

Personal photography without flash is encouraged, provided 18” distance is maintained from any art or artifacts. Please note that some loaned artworks may not be photographed and will be identified.

a historic mansion at sunset
 

Oversized Items

Visitors are not permitted to carry oversized items into Clayton. Backpacks, packages, and bags larger than 11 x 15 inches can be left in free-to-use lockers found in the Grable Visitor Center. Small backpacks may be carried if they are worn on your front or side.

Eating and Drinking

Eating, drinking (including use of water bottles), and chewing gum is prohibited in Clayton. Medically necessary water bottles are permitted.

Prohibited Items

  • Backpacks, packages, and bags larger than 11 x 15 inches.
  • Firearms or weapons of any kind.
  • Objects including knives, scissors, spray paint and any other items deemed a concern.
  • Food, drinks, and gum. Medically necessary water bottles are permitted.

Behavioral Expectations

Visitors are prohibited from touching the paintings, sculptures, furniture, and other objects on display. Visitors are expected to be respectful of other guests when moving throughout the museum.

Wheelchairs and Strollers

Only the first floor of Clayton is wheelchair accessible. A video accommodation is available for visitors unable to access the second floor. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for visitor use on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Grable Visitor Center, the Frick Art Museum, and the Car and Carriage Museum. Strollers and soft-front infant carriers are not permitted in Clayton. See the Frick’s Accessibility page for more information.

Sketching

Sketching of any kind is not permitted in Clayton.

Photography

Photography of any kind is not permitted in Clayton.

a selection of vintage automobiles on display in a museum
 

Oversized Items

Visitors are not permitted to carry oversized items into the museum. Backpacks, packages, and bags larger than 11 x 15 inches can be left in free-to-use lockers found in the Grable Visitor Center. Small backpacks may be carried if they are worn on your front or side.

Eating and Drinking

Eating, drinking (including use of water bottles), and chewing gum is prohibited in the museum. Medically necessary water bottles are permitted.

Prohibited Items

  • Backpacks, packages, and bags larger than 11 x 15 inches.
  • Firearms or weapons of any kind.
  • Objects including knives, scissors, spray paint and any other items deemed a concern.
  • Food, drinks, and gum. Medically necessary water bottles are permitted.

Behavioral Expectations

Visitors are prohibited from touching the objects on display. Visitors are expected to be respectful of other guests when moving throughout the museum.

Wheelchairs and Strollers

The Car and Carriage Museum is wheelchair accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for visitor use on a first-come, first-serve basis at the Grable Visitor Center, the Frick Art Museum, and the Car and Carriage Museum. Strollers and soft-front infant carriers are permitted in the museum. See the Frick’s Accessibility page for more information.

Sketching

Visitors are permitted to sketch in the museum on paper that does not exceed 12 x 18 inches and with graphite or lead pencils only. The use of pens, markers, crayons, charcoals, colored pencils, chalks, pastels, and paint is not permitted.

Photography

Personal photography without flash is encouraged, provided 18” distance is maintained from any art or artifacts. Please note that some loaned artworks may not be photographed and will be identified.