Housed in the Gilded Age mansion of Henry Clay Frick, The Frick Collection is one of the most important museums of Western fine art and decorative arts in the world.
A gorgeous collection, low key crowds, and for once, help (not annoying) audio tour.
Give what u want b/w 11 and 1 on Sundays. A decent collection of art of Renaissance.
Gorgeous setting for the collection. I particularly liked the Holbein portraits of Thomas Cromwell and Sir Thomas More - I grew up studying them
Beautiful art and a beautiful mansion
An absolutely stunning place
I love that they keep the timepieces wound, it's wonderful to see / hear clocks from the 17th and 18th century in motion.
Walk into the former home of Mr Frick and experience his collection exactly how he left it, admission is worth it
If you're a true nerd, check out the Frick Art Reference Library.
ask for an Artphone in your language
Amazing collection, one of my favorite places in New York. Probably the most incredible private art collection in the world.
Amazing museum in an amazing beautiful designed mansion
Amazing collection of art exposed in a architecturally fascinating mansion.
The small and easy going alternative to the MET :)
The most intimate art museum I've ever been to; highly recommended for lovers of Dutch masters, portraits and landscapes.
The Fragonard room is a great example of pre-Revolution French rococo art.
audio tour device is free
this place is great! don't forget to grab a audio tour device, which I heard is free!
An often overlooked gem in the NYC museum scene. The art is stunning and so is the residence its housed in. Take advantage of the free audio guide to learn about the man behind it all.
Come hang out with some old paintings.
Worth a visit. Impressive place for sure!
The statue of Diana is a must see but all the stuff in here is amazing
An impressive collection in an impressive residence! Def worth a visit.
NOT my cup of tea. Too fussy and not my taste haven't been here in 20 yrs and probably another 20 before I come back.
Beautiful museum, pay what you wish on Sunday 11 am-1 pm. Highly recommend
Free admission with NYU ID👍
This building is awesome. I can't believe the place used to be a guy's residence. It's one of the biggest private art collections in the world. The roman room is amazing here.
BE SURE NOT TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS! Enjoy strolling through the halls and viewing some decadent art pieces!
More stunning than the art is the building its self. Enjoying roaming the various rooms & don't forget to look up. The ceilings are just as ornate and masterfully crafted, love the Gainsborough works
Gorgeous old residence turned gallery.
Pay as you wish admission on Sundays from 11-1
This place should be called "Paintings of Old Dead White People"
One of our faves! Mr. Frick had a great taste. Sundays 11:00-1:00 pay what you wish
Incredible collection, great venue
See if a docent is around to give you a brief tour of the gallery. Make sure to get the receiver before entering the fountain room that plays audio explanations of the art pieces.
Excellent! Just the right size and filled with amazing stuff
The setting is beautiful and this museum features some of the most acclaimed works of art! Stop by for a taste of refined culture
An awesome collection. The artwork is not labeled like traditional museums.
Not a "museum" with white walls abound but instead, sheer quality over quantity defines the Frick. Titian, Rembrandt, Ingres, Goya, Hogarth, just to name a few art giants that reside here. Unreal.
It's a fantastic collection of great painting masters. Must see for art enthusiast a good time for all.
A truly pleasant visit - a lovely space with amazing density of great art works.
Sundays from 11AM-1PM are pay-as-you-wish admission. Take advantage of it to see this preserved mansion that houses a wide array of artwork.
Too many great pieces to name. Totally worth grabbing a headset on your way in.
Has the most accessible collections that can be perused without developing museum fatigue. Also the garden is awesome.
Lovely paintings, porcelains and furnishings
when you get there, watch the film in the auditorium first. it explains each room's significance to Frick.
Henry Clay Frick might have gotten his art by making a few enemies, but the collection on display in his former house is stunning. Degas, Goya, Velazquez, and many more hang on his walls.
The Frick Collection magnolias are blooming! Spring is here.
For God's sake do the (free!) audio tour.