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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 yesterday

I love this place for the quality of the collection and for the building. Old masters on view in the most beautiful rooms attended by staff that is dedicated and helpful. Special exhibit of 18th century centrepieces et al small but stunning.

Thank frequentflyerDenmark
Reviewed 2 days ago

This intimate space that was once the Frick Mansion is my favorite. It is manageable and it is not overwhelming for first time visitors to the museums of NYC.

Thank Ann W
Reviewed 2 days ago

After dozens of visits to New York, I finally made it to the Frick Collection. Wow - it is worth a visit. Small (it was a private home) but filled with an amazing selection of art works in a beautiful architectural setting.

Thank Jimlockard
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Frick Museum is well worth visiting. Not just so you can view some paintings by the masters, Rembrandt, van Dyck, JMW Turner etc. Walking through the museum gives you a great idea how the wealthy of the day lived in opulance, Frick was a...More

Thank robfisher2015
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

With a morning to spend in NYC this is a lovely venue right off Central Park. $17 Senior pass and $12 for students (I think it was $ 22 or 25 for adults) this collection is one to visit over and over again. The portraits,...More

Thank josephzebley
Reviewed 4 days ago

So very pleased that we managed to fit in time to see this collection - well worth every minute. Great place.

Thank Christine C
Reviewed 6 days ago

A lovely experience, not too crowded (Tuesday morning) and with a pleasant, appreciative atmosphere from the public and the attendants. No restaurant ( a pity, but they are working on it...) For British tourists I would just say that if your time in New York...More

Thank Melvyn E
Reviewed 1 week ago

Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), one of America's most successful American industrialist, financier, and art patron whose New York mansion which now serves as a quaint charming gallery museum of Western masterpiece paintings, sculpture and ornate art. Here lies Pablo Picasso, the greatest draftsman, whose work...More

Thank Chmpgnrose
Reviewed 1 week ago

An absolutely magnificent collection by the Frick family that keeps your interest and highlights artists you may not have seen at much larger museums.The mansion itself is a work of art.

Thank boyds339
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Frick Collection is the finest small gallery of European paintings in the world. Around every corner is a masterpiece. Holbien's Cromwell, the finest Rembrandt self portrait of them all, two magnificent Gainsboroughs, a rare Hogarth portrait and Bellini's ravishing St Jerome. Add a superb...More

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ConstantlyDreaming
24 April 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
7 January 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
28 February 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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