Charles and Emma Frye arrived in Seattle in 1888. Throughout a 25-year period, they amassed a large collection (eventually ... More
Frye Art Museum
Charles and Emma Frye arrived in Seattle in 1888. Throughout a 25-year period, they amassed a large collection (eventually more than 230 pieces) of fine art painted by both American and European artists, mostly from the 19th and 20th centuries. A trust in Charles Frye's will made provisions for a free public art museum, and today anyone can view the collection at no charge. Located on First Hill, the Frye Art Museum also includes the Gallery Cafe. Free parking is also available across from the main entrance. Call ahead for visiting hours.
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