The Frick Collection is an art museum in New York City, USA. The museum was established in 1935 and is housed in the Henry Clay Frick House in Upper Manhattan, it displays the art collection of industrialist Henry Clay Frick. The Frick’s originally lived in Pittsburg which is where Henry's collection started before they moved to a mansion in New York which is now the building the museum is held in. The collection on display is of fine art paintings, oriental rugs and objects.
The Frick Collection is accessible by the subway or bus systems of the city of New York. The 6 or Q subway trains to ‘68th Street’ and ‘72nd Street’ respectively will get you within a short distance of the museum. By bus, take the M1, M2, M3 or M4 to ‘5th Avenue’.
Opening Times and Admission
The price of admission is set at 22$ with people under the age of 10 not permitted. The museum is closed on Mondays but opens the rest of the week operating from 10am-6pm Monday to Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sundays.