Education at the Frick offers Guided School Visits of selected special exhibitions. Please check here for more information in the coming months.
Guided School Visits of the permanent collection are available Tuesdays through Fridays to students in grades 5–12, as well as undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more and book a visit»
Guided School Visits are available to students in grades 5 through 12, as well as undergraduate and graduate students.
Guided School Visits are offered Tuesday through Friday from 10:00–11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Afternoon visits may be scheduled subject to availability.
Guided School Visits last one hour. Students, teachers, and chaperones are welcome to continue exploring the museum after the guided portion of the visit has concluded.
Group Size and Chaperones
Due to the intimate scale of the Frick’s galleries, each Guided School Visit accommodates a maximum of 30 students. Classes with more than 15 students are divided into smaller groups.
Up to three teachers or chaperones may accompany each class; additional chaperones must pay regular admission fee.
Fee includes up to 30 students and 3 chaperones; additional chaperones must pay regular admission fee.
- New York City Schools, Grades 5–12
- $150 per class
- Guided School Visits are free for New York City schools receiving Title I funding.
- Non-New York City Schools, Grades 5–12
- $200 per class
- Colleges and Graduate Schools
- $200 per class
Principal support for Guided School Visits is provided by the Christian Keesee Charitable Trust and the Charina Endowment Fund.
Guided School Visits are also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.