Located on the North Shore at Sandusky and General Robinson Streets, The Warhol is just across the Andy Warhol Bridge (formerly the 7th Street Bridge) from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The Warhol bridge will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic beginning August 15, 2016. The Rachel Carson Bridge at Ninth Street will be used as a detour.
From the East
On 376 East inbound, follow the signs toward downtown Pittsburgh. Take the Grant Street Exit. Go 6 blocks, then turn left onto 6th Avenue. Go approximately four blocks and at the intersection of the 6th and Liberty Avenues, veer right onto 7th Street. Continue over the Andy Warhol Bridge (formerly 7th Street Bridge), which becomes Sandusky Street. The museum is one block down at the corner of Sandusky and General Robinson Streets.
From the North
Take I-279 South inbound. Take the East Street/Route 28 exit. Take the first right onto North Avenue. Go 3-4 blocks and turn left onto Cedar Avenue. When Cedar ends, turn right onto Stockton Street. At the second stoplight, turn left onto Sandusky Street. The museum is two blocks down at the corner of General Robinson and Sandusky Streets.
From the Airport and South
Take I-279 North inbound through the Fort Pitt Tunnel and proceed across the Fort Pitt Bridge. Take the Liberty Avenue exit. Go approximately 3 blocks, then turn left onto 7th Street. Continue over the Andy Warhol Bridge (formerly 7th Street Bridge), which becomes Sandusky Street. The museum is one block down at the corner of Sandusky and General Robinson Streets.
Bus and Lightrail
Bus and lightrail in Pittsburgh are operated by Port Authority of Allegheny County.
We recommend reserving a cab in Pittsburgh with an adequate amount of lead time. Yellow Cab:
Museum parking is located one block north of the museum on Sandusky Street ($8). Additional public parking is available behind the museum in the General Robinson Street parking garage (average $6, prices may vary during nearby Stadium events).