The Frick Collection

Museum in The Upper East Side area

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The Frick Collection was founded by Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), the Pittsburgh coke and steel industrialist. At his death, Mr. Frick bequeathed his New York residence and the most outstanding of his many art works to establish a public gallery for the purpose of “encouraging and developing the study of the fine arts.” Chief among his bequests, which also included sculpture, drawings, prints, and decorative arts such as furniture, porcelains, enamels, rugs and silver, were one hundred thirty-one paintings. Forty-seven additional paintings have been acquired over the years by the Trustees from an endowment provided by the founder and through gifts and bequests.

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No shopNo parkingNo restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Opening hours

From 10:00 to 18:00
sundays opening at 11:00, sundays closing at 17:00
Closed on Mondays, Holidays

Fee

Adults $22, Seniors $17, Students $12, Members Free; Sunday 11am-1pm Pay As You Wish

Access

Address: 1 E 70th St., New York, NY 10021
Phone: 212-288-0700 Fax: 212-628-4417

Between Madison Ave. and 5th Ave. Subway: 6 to 68th Street

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