The Car and Carriage Museum is closed for repairs.


Tuesday, December 28–Sunday, January 2
12–7 PM

Join us for our first-ever Frick Winterfest!
A week of outdoor family fun featuring ice skating, delicious treats, and more. Explore all of the Frick's seasonal festivities below! Reservations are recommended for certain activities.

While you're here, don't miss Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement at The Frick Art Museum.


Open 'til 7:00 PM Tuesday–Sunday
Warm your spirits during this dark and chilly season by strolling the Frick's beautiful grounds. We decorate with live greenery as was Frick Family and Gilded Age custom (don't miss the kissing ball under Clayton's Porte Cochère!), and, this year, we've lit our trees and extended our evening hours to offer some additional outdoor seasonal cheer.

Tuesday, December 28–Sunday, January 2
12:00–7:00 PM, last entrance at 6:00 PM
Skate alongside Clayton! A temporary ice rink is gracing the great lawn to celebrate the new year.

45-minute sessions, please register in advance.
Members-only skate at 11:00 AM daily.
$14 adults
$12 seniors, youth (3–17), and military
10% discount for members
Skate rental included; visitors may bring their own skates.


Members-only Skate

Tuesday, December 28–Sunday, December 2
These 30-minute guided tours take place outdoors and will not enter any of the museums on site. Tours begin outside the Grable Visitor Center and conclude outside of Clayton; the tour route is fully wheelchair and stroller accessible. To maintain social distancing, space on walking tours is limited; advance reservation is strongly recommended. Check in at the Grable Visitor Center upon arrival. Tours take place in all weather. Masks are required for all tour participants over the age of 2.
Free for members and youth 16 and under; $5 non-member adults

Traditions of the Gilded Age: Winter Site Walks
12:30, 1:30, 2:00, 3:00, 3:30, & 4:30 PM
Enjoy a festive, guided walk through the heart of the Frick grounds as you explore how the holidays were celebrated in Pittsburgh during the Gilded Age. Hear about the origins of many of our favorite holiday traditions as you take in the cheerful atmosphere of the Frick’s festivities. An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter is available for the 3:00 tour each day. 

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Sharing the Season: Family Site Walks
1:00, 2:30, & 4:00 PM
Gather the whole family for a guided outdoor site walk and discover the stories behind some of our favorite holiday traditions. Learn how Pittsburghers of the past celebrated the season and share favorite traditions of your own! This kid-friendly tour experience is geared towards families with children age ten and under, and is ideal for family groups visiting together for the holidays. An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter is available for the 4:00 tour each day.

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From the imaginative world of Anima! X and I Believe in Fairies Productions comes a series of magical winter appearances.

Tuesday, December 28 
1:00–3:00 PM, around campus
As snowflakes twirl overhead, Jack Frost will dazzle you with his fabulous icy sleigh horse. 

Thursday, December 30
3:30–5:30 PM, around campus
Enchanted Wagon 
An enchanted, lighted holiday wagon filled with imaginative merriment will roam the site reflecting the joy of the winter season.

Tuesday, December 28
4:00–5:00 PM
Sunday, January 2
2:00–3:00 PM

Seasonal soulful caroling with mommy and daughter duo KEA & Auhneyah.

Tuesday, December 28; Friday, December 31; Saturday, January 1; & Sunday, January 2
12:00–4:00 PM

See the Frick in style! Rove through and around our grounds on a ten-minute journey in a horse-drawn carriage.

$27 per member group; $30 per non-member group
Maximum four people per carriage.


Saturday, January 1
12:15–2:15 PM
The Frick Art Museum Terrace

Join Storyteller Alan Irvine with stories for the season drawn from many lands—tales to warm the spirit and cheer a frosty day with wit and merriment. An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter will be present for the entire storytelling session.

Enjoy picturesque views of the Frick's festive grounds while you savor seasonal fare and warm beverages.

Regular Winter Hours
10:00 AM–3:00 PM

Winterfest! Tuesday, December 28–Sunday, January 2
11:00 AM–6:00 PM
Food and beverages available between 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Beverages only 4:00-6:00 PM 

Find gifts and holiday-themed merchandise at the Frick Museum Store, offering a curated selection of books, accessories, décor, and more, located inside the Grable Visitor Center. Become a member to recieve 10% off every purchase!

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For the gift that lasts all year, give the gift of membership to The Frick Pittsburgh this holiday season! Your friends or family members will enjoy a year of unlimited free admission to all touring exhibitions, invitations to members-only preview days, discounts at The Café and Museum Store, free admission to programs and classes, and much more!

*Unless otherwise noted, gift membership materials are mailed to the gift recipient.

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Regular Winter Hours
Grounds open 10:00 AM–7:00 PM
Museums open 10:00 AM–5:00 PM

December 23, 24, & 25

Winterfest! Tuesday, December 28–Sunday, January 2
Grounds open 10:00 AM–7:00 PM
Museums open 12:00–7:00 PM