Here, you’ll experience art, history, and nature.
View masterworks by artists such as Rubens and Fragonard; learn about the culture of the Gilded Age and the history of transportation in America; and stroll through 5.5 acres of lush grounds and gardens.
Masks are required for visitors over the age of two.
Admission to the Frick grounds, the Permanent Collection, and the Car and Carriage Museum is free.
Admission fees apply for certain special exhibitions.
Clayton and The Café remain closed.
The Frick is approximately 20 minutes east of downtown Pittsburgh at the corner of Penn and South Homewood avenues in Point Breeze. The entrance is located on Reynolds Street where parking is available in our free lot.
From downtown Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Airport or PA Turnpike, the Frick is reached via the Parkway East (I-376). Exit at #77–Edgewood Swissvale (take the Edgewood ramp), follow Braddock Ave. to Penn Ave. and turn left. Continue four blocks and turn left on South Homewood Ave. Proceed one long block to traffic circle (Reynolds St.) and follow signs to parking lot entrance.
Port Authority of Allegheny County buses 67, 69, and 71C provide service from downtown Pittsburgh.
Explore our museums for world-class permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Enhance your experience with a docent-led tour.
The Café at the Frick is currently closed. Visit The Café food cart at the Grable Visitor Center.
Visit the Museum Store for a unique and carefully curated selection of gifts.
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We are committed to offering an inclusive experience for all visitors.
Let our staff personalize your school group visit.