The Andy Warhol Museum tells Andy Warhol’s story and explores his legacy through the largest collection of Warhol art and archives in the world.
To help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, The Warhol and other Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh are temporarily closed to the public at this time.
The museums will continue to evaluate timeframes as new information about the health emergency becomes available. We look forward to the day when our museums will reopen and once again welcome visitors.
All public programs during this temporary closure are canceled or will be rescheduled.
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Seven floors and the underground
Floor 7: The early years
Floor 6: 1960s
Floor 5: 1970s
Floor 4: 1980s
Floor 3: Archives Study Center
Floor 2: Temporary exhibition gallery
The Warhol entrance space
Underground: Conservation Lab
Sit for a screen test
Star in your own short film, inspired by the Screen Tests Warhol made in the 1960s.