The Andy Warhol Museum

Description

Each floor of this seven-story building follows a decade of the life and art of Andy Warhol, who was born in Pittsburgh in 1928. In addition to the well-known Pop Art collection (those Campbell’s soup cans) and portraits (Elvis, Marilyn, Jackie O), the museum has extensive archives and about a half-million bits of ephemera such as party invitations, scrapbooks, personal items, and his trademark silver-white wigs. The café is a convenient place for lunch.

Address

117 Sandusky St.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

Lat/Long

40.44814800, -80.00239800

Open Hours

Tues.--Thurs. and weekends 10--5. Fri. 10--10.
Visit Website
(412) 237-8300

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