Announcing the 2020 Frick Readers' Series!

Announcing the 2020 Frick Readers' Series

We are excited to announce the 2020 Frick Readers' Series selections! The Readers' Series presents both fiction and non-fiction books that span themes and time periods and bring to life characters and stories that spark imagination and encourage discussion. This facilitated group offers a comfortable atmosphere to engage with fellow readers without the obligation of a book club. Bring your insights, questions, and curiosity! Learn more about the 2020 series here! 

January 18 - The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
April 18 - Peggy: The Wayward Guggenheim by Jacqueline Bograd Weld
July 18 - The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See
October 17 - Passing Strange by Martha A. Sandweiss

Register for the January 18 session now!

The Frick Museum Store

Still seeking the perfect gift for that special someone? 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, d├ęcor and more, sure to delight everyone on your list. Select merchandise is available online at

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

Frick Stories
Gilded Age Philanthropy: Helen Clay Frick's "Christmas Treats"
by Sue Morris, Clayton Docent

This week in Frick Stories, Clayton Docent Sue Morris details the annual holiday parties Helen Clay Frick hosted for Pittsburgh's poorest children in her early years as a philanthropist. Read along to learn more Miss Frick's interest in giving back to the community and these decadent "Christmas treats" which inspired this year's seasonal decor in Clayton's breakfast room. 

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