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Experience art, history, and nature with a Frick docent.
May 18–July 31, 2021
11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m.

Duration: 30 minutes
Free for members, $7 non-members

Enjoy a guided walk through the heart of the Frick grounds, exploring how the site has changed during its evolution from a private estate to a public museum. Discover the Frick then—through the histories of the site’s buildings and their connections to the Frick family and their neighbors—and learn more about the site now, including the wide variety of experiences with art, history, and nature that await you.

These guided tours take place completely outdoors and will not enter any of the buildings on site. Tours begin outside the Grable Visitor Center and conclude outside of Clayton. The tour route is wheelchair accessible. To maintain social distancing, space on walking tours is limited; advanced reservation is strongly recommended. Tours take place rain or shine.

For the safety and comfort of our visitors and staff, we are requiring that masks be worn when participating in outdoor group programs. We thank you for your cooperation with this request! If wearing a mask on a site tour is unacceptable to you, we will happily refund your registration fee and look forward to welcoming you in the future when mask requirements have changed.

Register here