The Garden Guide

The Frick Collections Gardens

The Frick Collection is a house museum that includes an indoor Garden Court and two outdoor gardens. The Fifth Avenue garden has existed since the building was built in 1913-14. John Russell Pope made additions to the original mansion, including enclosing the courtyard, when the house transitioned into a museum. In 1977 when the museum expanded, Russell Page designed the Seventieth Street Garden. There is no public access to the two outdoor gardens but they can be seen and enjoyed from the sidewalk or inside the building.
Seventieth Street Garden. Photograph © The Frick Collection
Garden Court. Photograph © The Frick Collection

1 East 70th Street, New York, New York, USA, NY 10021

All year. Daily except Mondays and holidays. Open 10am to 6pm (11am to 5pm on Sundays).

Entrance fee

Visit the The Frick Collections Gardens website

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