This impressive Manhattan mansion belonged to industrialist Henry Clay Frick back during the Gilded Age. Now it’s a museum and home to Frick’s incredible art collection.
If you want to know how much money Frick had, check out the names of the artists displayed on his walls: Whistler, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Goya, and many others. Now you can take a virtual tour of the incredible building and view the breathtaking art collection. The landing page takes you to an interactive map of the mansion.
Click the drop-down menu to switch floors.
Click on the room you want to view.
You’ll be taken to the room.
Navigate by moving your mouse or using the controls at the bottom of the screen.
Click the play button at the bottom left for narration.
To learn more about an artwork, click on it.
You’ll see a detailed description
Many also offer audio descriptions.
It’s a wonderful way to explore art and architecture without leaving home.
Click this link to check it out: https://www.frick.org/visit/virtual_tour