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The Frick Societies

Be a part of a special group that plays an incomparable role in sustaining the Frick and shaping an inspiring future fueled by curiosity, equity, and inclusion!

Combined annual giving of $1,000 or more will enable you to become a member of this leadership group as well as provide vital ongoing philanthropic support for exhibitions, programming, and the care and growth of the Frick’s diverse collections for all to enjoy. 

There are many simple and creative ways to support the Frick at this level. You can make a gift online today or mail a check to:

The Frick Pittsburgh
Advancement & Engagement Department
7227 Reynolds St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Other methods of giving include gifts of appreciated stock or mutual funds, which offer significant tax benefits without affecting your cash flow. Additionally, qualified charitable distributions from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) are current gifts with an immediate impact.
See below for a full list of the benefits associated with supporting the museum as a member of The Frick Societies. For more information, contact Advancement & Engagement staff at 412-342-4086 or


Frick Societies members enjoy all the benefits of membership, plus much more!

  • Free admission to more than 1,000 museums in North America including The Frick Collection, New York
  • Celebrations and opportunities for fun and learning throughout the year
  • Unlimited free admission and docent-led tours of Clayton, The Frick Art Museum and all touring exhibitions, and the Car and Carriage Museum
  • Free admission for four guests every time you visit Clayton and touring exhibitions
  • Discounts on Frick site rentals
  • Discounts on all programs including workshops, lectures, summer camp and family programs
  • 15% discount in the Frick Museum Store
  • Recognition on signage in The Frick Art Museum


The Frick Societies

1882 is the year that Henry Clay Frick purchased the Italianate-style home we know today as Clayton, the cornerstone of the Frick’s collections. Members of the 1882 Society are, likewise, cornerstones of the vital philanthropic support necessary to advance the museum’s mission.

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The Rubens Society is named after the renowned seventeenth-century Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens, whose Portrait of Charlotte-Marguerite de Montmorency, Princess of Condé (ca. 1610) is one of the most admired works in the Frick’s collection.

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Named for the enduring history of the Frick family’s Gilded Age home, the Clayton Society is composed of individuals committed to the sustainability and future of The Frick Pittsburgh. Recognized by Architectural Digest as "a triumph of restoration," Clayton is a stunning late-nineteenth-century mansion, and the only surviving example of a home on Pittsburgh’s lost "Millionaire’s Row."

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The Helen Clay Frick Society honors the legacy of the Frick’s founder and benefactress. Members enjoy the distinction of being part of a vital group to support the Frick’s mission to provide memorable experiences with art, history, and nature that inspire and delight.

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