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 to the special exhibit and to the Clayton House. Visited Pittsburgh during the summer withtthe purpose to see the special Impressionist Exhibit. There were quality paintings and some were unusual pieces from well known impressionist artists. There are also very nice paintings from the permanent collection. The Car & Carriage Museum had a diverse collection of cars and carriages in great condition. The tour of the Clayton House was very well done with a knowledgeable docent. It was very nice to see the Frick family's furnishings and learn about their lives in that home. The grounds were well kept. There is also a Cafe in the complex.
The trip to Pittsburgh was well worth it. The Frick Art and Historical Center was much more that we expected. Highly recommend to those who loves art and history.
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