7227 Reynolds Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
The Frick Art & Historical Center—the former Pittsburgh estate of 19th-century industrialist Henry Clay Frick—is the steward of collections, buildings and grounds that comprise the most significant artifacts in southwestern Pennsylvania relating to the life and times of 19th- and early 20th-century Pittsburgh.
The permanent collections include fine and decorative arts, cars, carriages and historical objects, including buildings. These collections are presented in: The Frick Art Museum, Clayton, the Frick family’s Pittsburgh home, and the Car and Carriage Museum. Also included on the Frick’s five and a half acres of landscaped lawns and gardens are a large glass conservatory functioning as a greenhouse, an education center, an Alden & Harlow children’s playhouse converted to a Visitor Center and Museum Shop, and The Café at the Frick.
Arts & Culture