An official Path Through History Site! Assembled by Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick and housed in his lavish Fifth Avenue mansion, The Frick Collection is located between Midtown and Museum Mile on the Upper East Side. Considered a top cultural attraction, it is home to European paintings, sculpture and decorative arts from the Renaissance through 19th-century by artists including Vermeer, Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Goya, Renoir, and Whistler. The museum also includes a reference library with a focus on fine arts and collecting. Along with special exhibitions and an acclaimed concert series, the Frick offers lectures and a variety of education programs. Visitors to this atmospheric and contemplative museum enjoy a free audioguide in six languages. Note: children under 10 are not admitted.