Frick Environmental Center
The Frick Environmental Center is a Living Building that is free and open to all
The Frick Environmental Center is a welcome facility, education hub, and gateway to Frick Park. Free and open to all, this cutting-edge facility enhances visitor experience and inspires learners to discover one of Pittsburgh’s largest parks.
A project of the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and the City of Pittsburgh, the Frick Environmental Center is a certified Living Building that has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum. Click here to learn more about the building.
The Frick Environmental Center provides families, students, and learners of all ages with a state-of-the-art space for hands-on, experiential environmental education. The Center serves as the classroom base for programming that extends into the surrounding park woodlands, streams, meadows and trails. Click here to learn more about our education programs.
For a list of our digital programming, visit: https://www.pittsburghparks.org/digital-education
For our response to COVID-19 and what we’re doing to keep you safe, visit: https://www.pittsburghparks.org/covid19
The Frick Environmental Center is closed to the public at this time. Regarding the Parks Conservancy’s re-opening and next steps, we are still evaluating our own timeline, but we look forward to sharing more updates soon.
Please note, public restrooms maintained by the Parks Conservancy are closed. These include restrooms at the Frick Environmental Center, Schenley Plaza, and Schenley Visitor Center.