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Randyland is a garden made from repurposed materials found, bought & donated.By using our Pittsburgh vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Randyland and other attractions in Pittsburgh.
Property owner and dreamer, Randy Gilson, started in 1982 saving the empty
neighborhood lots and streetscaping 30 blocks into public art gardens. Randyland
(the yellow castle) was purchased at auction in 1996 for $10,000 and the dream began to take form.
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Randy is a unique individual. I Love his be yourself message. His garden area s lively and now he has his randy land cat
We were driving around the North Side one afternoon and came upon Randyland and what a surprise. We immediately pulled over and have taken visitors there several times since we discovered it. One of a... read more »
We visited Randyland on a Saturday afternoon, unsure of what to expect. Randy was there himself, telling the story of how this place came to be. It was an interesting adventure. It's worth checking ou... read more »
Randyland is truly a magical place and whenever I go there I feel at peace. Randy has decorated the entire place as a haven for anyone who needs a place to unwind and feel happy. Highly recommend!
Wow! The best emotions I got in Pittsburgh were here!!! This place is amazing, with a happy spirit. Randy himself is a an wonderful human being and was a highlite of our visit. Make sure to come here, and say hi to Randy, takr some pics with him and help him keep it up!
I don't review things often - this is my first on Google - but this was an amazing experience. Randy has created happiness for himself and shares it with everyone he meets. This is a happy place - and very few exist today in our modern world.
Absolutely fun place to see. It's a visual feast of colors and artful objects. Gaudy but great. It's just some guys house and patio but he went nuts decorating it and adding to the fun. Bring your camera.
Coolest place I have been in a while. Randy is a really cool and nice guy who has created some awesome art in his lot for everyone to see and visit for free. I urge anybody who visits to make a donation to keep this place going.
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