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We are now booking group visits for 2023-2024! Visit us in person or online for a guided tour of the museum or a hands-on art-making workshop.

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Guided Tours

Guided group tours last approximately one hour and explore the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions through interactive discussions and activities. Artist educators work closely with teachers and group leaders prior to their museum visit to craft an engaging gallery experience examining Warhol’s art, life, and legacy and relevant social and cultural issues. Tours can be adapted to meet the specific learning needs and goals of each group.

Guided tour fees

Group admission plus $50 artist educator fee per fifteen people. Two chaperones per fifteen students are free.

Guided tour themes

  • Andy Warhol’s Life and Times: This basic tour introduces Warhol’s biography and explores highlights of the museum’s permanent collection, including works of art, film, and archival objects.
  • Warhol’s Artistic Practice: Collecting, Collaborating, Reproducing, Documenting, and Experimenting: Dive deep into Warhol’s unique approach to artmaking, exploring the artist’s work in an array of media and styles across his career.
  • Dandy Andy: Warhol’s Queer History: This tour traces Warhol’s queer identity and romantic relationships against the backdrop of the historical gay rights movement in the United States.

Warhol Workshops

Warhol Workshops last approximately 3 hours (including a 1/2 hour lunch) and explore the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions through interactive discussions and hands-on artmaking in The Factory. Museum educators can work with teachers and group leaders to adapt workshops to meet the specific learning needs and goals of each group.

Warhol Workshop fees

Workshops are $400 (includes admission and materials) for up to thirty students. We charge an additional $5 materials fee per student for up to five additional students. Groups with more than thirty-five students must book an additional workshop (for up to sixty students). Two chaperones per fifteen students are free.

Warhol Workshop Descriptions:

  • Pop Portraits: Examine the many ways in which Warhol created portraits throughout his career, from painting and polaroids to silkscreening and selfies. Students will create a silkscreen print of a contemporary Pop culture icon.
  • Exploring Warhol’s Print Process: This advanced printmaking workshop introduces students to Warhol’s multilayered screen prints as well as his stamped and stenciled early commercial work, exploring a range of processes and the visual impact of repetition and pattern. Studio projects include silkscreen printing and rubber-stamping.
  • Immigration, Imagination, and the American Dream: Andy Warhol’s parents immigrated to the United States shortly before he was born and struggled to make ends meet as working class Pittsburghers. Learn how Warhol’s immigrant roots and humble beginnings influenced his career and the iconic artworks he went on to create. Using collage and printmaking, students will make projects exploring American symbolism, identity, and cultural heritage.

Distance Learning

Virtual Field Trips
Experience The Warhol from your home or classroom! Through live videoconferencing, participants can discuss works of art in our galleries, watch presentations, and participate in hands-on art making activities while sharing in two-way conversations with museum educators. Explore our Virtual Field Trip Themes.

Group Visit Logistics

Payment for group visits is due in full upon arrival. Free bus parking is available nearby at Carnegie Science Center. Please indicate if you require bus parking on your group visit request form. The Warhol Café is available for lunch, refreshments, and light fare. The museum offers limited seating for groups that bring their own lunch to the museum. Catering for groups can also be arranged through The Warhol’s special events department. For more information on group visits, contact

These places where people could get together and exchange ideas were a lot like a party.

Andy Warhol, Popism, 1980