Situated on the shores of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Andy Warhol museum hosts a collection of archives and art of Andy Warhol, a pop artist who was born in Pittsburgh. The Andy Warhol Museum is among the four Carnegie Pittsburgh museums. It was established in 1993, five and a half years after the death of Andy Warhol.
The museum is an essential forum used by diverse audiences of scholars, artists and the public to interact with Warhol’s art. The museum employs its unique collection of art and dynamic sessions of interaction tools to lure visitors.
Things to Do
- Visit the café and store for sensational and seasonal light meals and drinks.
- Explore the seven storey museum with a variety of posters, videos, sculptures, paintings, films, Warhol books, and postcards.
- Enjoy the exhilarating performances, exhibitions, lectures, film screenings and concerts from other artists.
- Get to know more about Warhol’s art and life.
- The Andy Warhol museum is the largest museum in the U.S.A dedicated to a single person. It features over 2000 paper works, 77 sculptures, 4350 Warhol films, 17 galleries, and 900 paintings.
- Adults pay $20 while students with identification documents pay $10.
- Children between 3 and 18 years pay $10.
- The museum management offers a half price offer on Fridays between 5 p.m. and 10 pm.
- It is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5pm in the evening.
- Check the museums’ official website for specific information on types of art on display.