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Frick Art and Historical Center

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The “My Way” Museum

Had Helen Clay Frick not had a dislike of modern art which led to a disagreement with the... read more

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Frick Art and Museum Pittsburgh

Worth taking the drive from the North Shore to Squirrel Hill area. The house is maintained in the... read more

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Reviewed yesterday

Had Helen Clay Frick not had a dislike of modern art which led to a disagreement with the University of Pittsburgh, the Frick Art Museum and the art that it contains might have been in Oakland on the Pitt campus. As it was, Helen decided...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Worth taking the drive from the North Shore to Squirrel Hill area. The house is maintained in the late 1800’s decor and dining room is set for dinner. The woodwork is outstanding and artwork displayed. Interesting to see how one could live in that era....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This recent show of the works of Isabelle DeBorchegrave was just awesome. I continue to be impressed with the shows.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

i have been seeing this museum advertised in the Pittsburgh airport for a long time so I decided to take the time to visit. While it was interesting and the location was beautiful, it wasn't quite as good as I'd hoped it would be. The...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

When I was looking yesterday for a free attraction, the Frick came up literally everywhere. However the actual museum is NOT free. You can look around the outside of the place and in the yard for free (something you can do at any museum ever,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visiting this place gives you a glimpse into how the filthy rich lived during the Golden Age. The guides at the mansion are very knowledgeable. Not far from the mansion is sits the Frick children's playhouse. That play house is bigger than my apartment lol....More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice way to spend a couple of hours on a pleasant afternoon. We enjoyed the architecture and landscaping as much as the art. The automobiles were a highlight and the emphasis on women's rights was an unexpected twist. The special display of dresses was quite...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The dishes here are very creative, tasty and not your usual restaurant menu fare. I would try it if you want a unique menu. Bread is good, the waitstaffs polite, and good. You can have wine at lunch and the coffee is great. Walk around...More

Thank Laurel K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There was a time when Frick and Carnegie were the industrial power house team in Pittsburgh - they built massive fortunes on the backs of labor and degradation of the environment, But, they did give back much of that fortune in gifts of museums, parks,...More

Thank willow4165
Reviewed 8 October 2018

The Frick Art is more than an art museum. The admission to the Frick grounds, Car and Carriage Museum, Greenhouse, and permanent collection is free.Special exhibits and Clayton House require paid admission. This Frick Art has reciprocity with NARM and ROAM, which allow free admission...More

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Bruce H
8 December 2017|
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Response from NewYorker375 | Reviewed this property |
To visit the house (guided tour - timed entry) you must purchase a ticket, which also covers the hothouse and garage. There is a separate building (no admission charge) containing those of Frick's art collection which he... More
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Melanie C
20 September 2017|
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tour - an hour - check to see when you need to be there ahead of time for when the tour starts - they have several
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Jennifer D
17 April 2017|
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If you have the time and do not have an auto with you, you can actually take a bus from downtown to the Frick estate. If you're a senior, there is no cost at all. You must allow at least an hour each way, and while the... More
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