Programs for Kids, Families and Scouts
There are many things for families to do together at the Frick. From handling century-old objects to discovering the personality behind a portrait, children and their accompanying adults have fun discovering history, art, and transportation together.Many of our family programs don’t require pre-registration, so if you’re looking for something different to do, check our special drop-in programs.
|FrickKids is a free program for children ages 4-8 that takes place on the first Saturday of each
month, October through May, from 11:00 to 11:45 a.m. Each session includes a lively tour and a take-home project.
Pet Tales at the Frick:
Families are invited to gallop, waddle, waggle, and prance across the Frick’s “fetchingly” beautiful grounds while learning about the pets that lived at Clayton. Stop at the Visitor Center for our new Pet Tales at the Frick walking guide and enjoy an animal-themed jaunt meant for people! Go at your own pace and take yourself—and your family—for a playful walk! Free.
Weekend Workshops offer participants the opportunity to learn while completing a unique project related to exhibitions or special events. Holiday teas, print-making and keepsake mirrors are just a few of our popular subjects.
|Whether your troop is working towards a petal, try-it, badge, or interest project
patch-or if you’re just looking for a fun and hands-on outing-we have a program for you.
Download our program sheet (PDF)
Summertime is fun time at Frick, inspired by the collections and exhibitions set in our beautiful grounds. Kids return year after year to our summer camps to discover new worlds, expand their creativity and make lasting friendships.