Holiday Tours at the Frick Begin Nov. 21



Holidays at the Frick are just around the corner, and it's never too early to purchase your tickets online to experience the upcoming festivities! This holiday season at Clayton, visitors will experience the warmth and cheer of a traditional Gilded Age Christmas. Join us as we trace the evolution of the most popular Christmas pastimes, most of which developed over the course of the 19th century. 

This special tour is available daily November 21 through January 5. Tour admission is free for Frick members; $15 general admission, $13 seniors, students and military, $8 children 16 and under. The one-hour tour begins at the Grable Visitor Center. Advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended. Purchase tickets now!

Alternatively, if you'd prefer to explore all that Clayton has to offer at your own pace, consider booking a self-guided tour for Friday, November 29, and take your time walking through the first two floors of the Frick family home to see holiday decorations and hear stories of Christmas traditions. Regular admission rates apply. Register today!



 The Frick Museum Store

Stop into the Frick Museum Store during your next visit and let our festive selections inspire your holiday shopping! Browse one-of-a-kind seasonal gifts, or pick up something inspired by Katharine Hepburn on the silver screen. Located inside the Grable Visitor Center, the Frick Museum Store offers a curated selection of books, accessories, décor and more, sure to delight everyone on your list. Select merchandise is available online at Store.TheFrickPittsburgh.org

Open Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.


 The Café at the Frick

Celebrate the holiday season at The Café at the Frick, offering lunch Tuesday through Sunday, weekend Tea service, and dinner on Friday evenings when the entire Frick site is open until 9:00 p.m! Make your holiday dining reservations today by calling 412-371-0600. Advance lunch and tea reservations are available for members only. Dinner and same-day reservations are available to both members and non-members. 

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 Frick Stories
Art on the Road: The Frick's Monet Visits Denver and Other Current Loans from the Collection

by Sarah Hall, Chief Curator, Director of Collections

 Claude Monet (French, Paris, 1840 - Giverney, 1926). Bords de la Seine à Lavacourt (Banks of the Seine at Lavacourt) 1879. Oil on canvas. Purchased March 2, 1901 by Henry Clay Frick.

This week on Frick Stories, Sarah Hall, Chief Curator, Director of Collections walks readers through the various Frick artworks currently on loan to museums both near and far, including the Frick's Monet, Bords de la Seine à Lavacourt (Banks of the Seine at Lavacourt), which is currently appearing in an exhibition on Monet at the Denver Art Museum. Read along for a behind-the-scenes look at how the Frick curatorial staff prepared the piece for its journey across the country! 

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