The Garden Court

The Garden Court, approximately 88 feet long and 50 feet wide, was designed by John Russell Pope to replace the open carriage court of the original Frick residence. The Court's paired Ionic columns and symmetrical planting beds were later echoed in Pope's design for the original building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington. It is an ideal setting for cocktail receptions and seated dinners; capacity 180 seated, 260 standing.