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Frick Collection

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Henry Frick once resided in this 18th-century French-style mansion; now its the home of his impressive art collection, which includes Titian, Vermeer, Rembrandt, El Greco, Goya, Whistler and more.
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1 E. 70th St., Fifth Ave., New York City, NY 10021-4994
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Frick collection is beautifully displayed in an outstanding building. I enjoyed the brief video about Frick's life and how the museum came to be.

Thank Ann M
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This place is amazing! It’s so well taken care of, the building itself is beautiful and then add on all the amazing art...perfection! It’s also less congested than many of the other collections in the city (at least when I went), so that allowed a...More

Thank sundevilgirly
Reviewed 3 days ago

Go inside and get transported back in time to when rich people were really rich. Henry Frick was the chairman of the Carnegie Steel Company and, while he was not a rich as his business associate who lived up the street, he was rich enough...More

Thank Edward L
Reviewed 4 days ago

We wanted to see the Holbein paintings and were not disappointed.The range of art ,furniture and the beauty of the building is impressive. We were so pleased we visited.

Thank grotbags
Reviewed 4 days ago

The paintings are wonderful. Rembrandt Titian, Fragonard Boucher. Small intimate but so wonderful to see these paintings in a setting that is so appropriate and caring. Allow 2 hours.

Thank JerryFn
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Delightful mansion with a phenomenal art collection, primarily European plus furniture. It is similar to but smaller than Wallace collection in London (which is free) but thus costs around $20 and takes 60-90mins to view. Close to Met, Guggenheim & Central Park it is well...More

Thank jacqui3744
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a lovely museum, but small and a bit boring. I compare it to the Gardner Museum in Boston. Frick is stuffier, more expensive, and less fun. The place is as quiet as a library and the garden was disappointing. Most if the patrons...More

Thank Green1Ma
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Simply the most impressive selection of paintings in the world. Vermeer, Bellini, Rembrandt, Ingres they are all there in an amazing setting. The quality of the paintings is incredible, and you will see in these few rooms much more masterpieces than in the Metropolitan a...More

Thank Thomas D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Arrived with my family to visit the Frick Collection with a pass we had bought for activities in New York. The pass was not accepted by the museum which is fine and we had no problem with this. The issue was that because we presented...More

1  Thank Nath7178
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I believe we were attired appropriately and behaved as senior citizens that we are. Perhaps it was the guides/guards who kept asking us to step back from the paintings -we never tried to touch, just look- or answered our questions with a sharp look and...More

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Susie B
April 24, 2017|
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Response from MrSaturn64 | Reviewed this property |
The Frick is not very big at all, so if you take time to appreciate several pieces, probably two hours.
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Giuliana K
January 7, 2017|
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Response from FrickCollection | Property representative |
Apologies for the delay. General adult admission is $22 but we also have discounts for students and seniors...and a weekly pay- what-you-wish period. Full info can be found on our website Thanks for asking!
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Reesa B
February 28, 2016|
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Response from FrickCollection | Property representative |
Yes. There is a ramp to the left of the public entrance, and if you enter through the door at the bottom of that path, staff will direct you to the 1914 elevator that Mr. Frick used. Thank you for asking.
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