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Frick First Fridays at The Frick Collection
February 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Frick First Fridays at The Frick Collection offer museum admission and gallery programs for free from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This occurs on the first Friday of every month, except January and September.
Make sure to take advantage of the museum’s permanent and special exhibition galleries. Besides this, you can listen to talks and lectures by museum educators and curators and enjoy music and dance performances. Or just relax and sketch in the tranquil Garden Court. The museum even provides complimentary materials for guests inspired to be creative.
The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center. It’s home to an extensive collection renowned for Old Master paintings and incredible examples of European sculpture and decorative art. In addition, the adjacent reference library is one of the leading institutions for research in the fields of art history and collection. The result of such prestige is a world-class experience for its guests.
Finally, a quick reminder. The Frick is located just a stone’s throw away from Central Park and five blocks from another notable institution, The Met Breuer. This makes it a perfect (and most importantly free) end cap to a fun-filled day in New York City.
- Entrance is first come, first served.
- Ages 10 & over.
You can find additional information about Frick First Fridays here.
You can find additional background information about The Frick Collection here.