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The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh

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At The Andy Warhol Museum, the largest museum in the country dedicated to a single artist, study the art of Andy Warhol from his student days to the peak of his career. The seven floors are laid out chronologically, with each floor representing an era in Warhol’s life. Watch the movie at the start of the self-guided tour to gain additional insight into the influential artist and his works. The museum includes Warhol’s art, his papers, other materials from his estate, a collection of films and videos, and a live video feed from his grave site. Also, look for the drawings by his mother, Julia. If you visit with kids, bring them to the area where they can create their own art. Make The Andy Warhol Museum a part of your Pittsburgh vacation plans using our Pittsburgh trip generator.
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  • I love taking my teens to the Andy Warhol Museum. We love his early years history, self portrait's and the Pop Art! Amazing rise from small town Pittsburgh to worldwide art Icon. Great place to visit,...  more »
  • Andy Warhol museum was very interesting and informative. Would not consider myself an art expert, especially modern art, so my expectations were not high. The linear set up of the museum was excellent...  more »
  • I've had this on my list for a decade, & it did not disappoint. First, w/ $20 event parking everywhere, when I told the attendant in the nearby lot I was going to the Warhol, I got the normal rate (th...  more »
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  • It's honestly ironic that Pittsburgh has The Andy Warhol Museum here. Andy Warhol didn't really like Pittsburgh but nonetheless, this museum is one of the most interesting ones we have. I've been coming to this museum and bringing friends here for years. The exhibits are great and the staff is knowledgable and helpful. The space is also great for events, too, all of which have been well-produced and organized.
  • Pretty expensive. Ok, I guess. They certainly have some variety. I didn't feel tremendous value. One thing that was nice and for me earned the stars above was the screen printing experience. That part was fun. The museum itself- a little dark.
  • They did a really good job of organizing the museum-having different decades/periods of his life divided by floor. Would have liked to have seen more of his early ad work. Really enjoyed the guest artist too.
  • Great summary of an artist whose work was broad and eclectic. Interesting video footage exhibits. Of particular note, there was an exhibit called Silver Clouds with reflective balloons flying around which you could play with. Wish I had taken a picture.
  • This was my sons first trip to the Warhol. We went through all 7 floors and he wanted to do it again. He had the opportunity to make his own print in The Factory with Paul who was so kind and friendly. He had a blast and was happy he was able to bring his own peice of artwork he created on his that he now proudly displays in his room.