AAA Editor Notes
Clayton, 7227 Reynolds St. at The Frick Pittsburgh, is the former estate of industrialist Henry Clay Frick and his family, who lived here 1883-1905. Visitors are introduced to the restored Victorian home, the only surviving home along Pittsburgh's once famous Millionaire's Row, on 75-minute guided tours. When the family moved into the Italianate-style house, there were 11 rooms; in 1891, architect Frederick J. Osterling built an additional 12 rooms. Most of the artifacts, furnishings and personal mementos of the Frick family are original to the house.

Guided tours are available.

Admission
$15; $13 (senior citizens and students and active military with ID); $8 (ages 6-16). Reservations are strongly recommended.
Hours
Guided tours are offered Tues.-Sun. 10-5 (also Fri. 5-9). Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.
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