Masks are welcome but not required. Read Covid-19 policies here
The Italian gallery at The Frick Art Museum is currently closed for conservation work.
We're improving! Parking and lighting projects are underway. Learn more here.
Our parking lot is closed today. Free parking is available along Reynolds St. and Homewood Ave.
We've updated our hours. Learn more here.

Land Acknowledgement

The Frick Pittsburgh occupies ancestral lands of the Haudenosaunee, Lenape, Osage, and Shawnee peoples. As a place of history and nature, the Frick recognizes the cultural importance of land and the role of cultural institutions in the formation of collective memory. Displacement and erasure are not just histories for native peoples. Land acknowledgements, like historic sites themselves, are exercises in preservation and reconciliation, engaged with past, present, and future.