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Frick Art And Historical Center

7227 Reynolds Street
412-371-0600

Mission:

Today, the Frick’s mission is to serve the public through preservation, presentation and interpretation of the fine and decorative arts and historically significant artifacts for all residents of and visitors to Western Pennsylvania.



Reviews

Jenna Chung

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Fridays at the Frick are our favorite thing to do in the summer! A beautifully manicures lawn, Serene museum and all the trimmings from the greenhouse to the exhibits to the cafe and shop. The Frick is always a great place for a classy lunch, but in the summer, the Friday concert series are to live for! Thanks for hosting an always organized, EXTREMELY family friendly (how are there possibly that many babies in Pittsburgh?!), Fun, and well-staffed, dependable regular event!

tania oliverio

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Friday, July 20, 2018
Small boutique museum. Beautiful art, the mansion is just stunning and full of history. Almost all original to the house furnishings and the cafe and the setting are to die for. Oh, and don't pass up the car museum! Lots to see and free summer concerts too

Chris J Fry

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
The Frick in Pittsburgh is a secret treasure. An excellent museum, whether you want to see the gorgeous grounds, the antique cars, or the fancy old home where the Frick family lived their lives. I love the conservatory as well! I recommend visiting, and planning to have a light bite at The Cafe. Plus the new visitors center is comfy and has an excellent local gift-shop. It's a fantastic place to surprise an out-of-towner with a gorgeous view of Pittsburgh history.

Nick Palmer

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Sunday, July 8, 2018
Very nice exhibit showcasing a couple van Gogh paintings and the degas dancer sculpture. A few Renoir paintings also. To me, well worth the 15 dollars. There were other paintings by impressionist artists that i wasn't familiar with such as Gauguin i think and Cezanne. It was packed tho. I think they should stream people in a little slower. Some people like to look at the works for longer than others, and this caused kind of a backup of people. Knowledgeable and friendly curators.

Mike K

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Friday, July 6, 2018
It's a beautiful place. The Frick is a place the you might enjoy more with a group of women than men. The entire property is a little more slanted towards something that a woman would enjoy. There is an antique car museum too. Great food at the restaurant!

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