• Hours: T-Th, S-Su: 10-5; F: 10-10, M: Closed
  • 117 Sandusky St.
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15212
  • Phone: 412-237-8300
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Adult Admission: $20; Members FREE
Child Admission: $10; Members FREE
Senior Admission: $10; Members FREE
Parking Charge: Y
Group Size: 10/500

The Warhol, the keeper of Andy Warhol's legacy, is one of the most comprehensive single-artist museums in the world. Provocative, challenging, and exploring all that art can and should be.

  • ADA Accessible
  • Charged Parking
  • Group Rates Available
  • Motorcoach Parking
  • RestaurantOnSite
  • ADA Accessible
  • Basement Education Studio

    Occupancy: 30 - 40
    Area: 500 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Banquet 30.00
    Reception 40.00
  • Entire Building

    Occupancy: 500 - 500
    Area: 0 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Reception 500.00
  • Entrance Gallery

    Occupancy: 130 - 300
    Area: 2,160 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Theater 200.00
    Banquet 130.00
    Reception 300.00
  • Film and Video Theatre

    Occupancy: 130 - 130
    Area: 1,600 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Theater 130.00
  • Orientation Gallery

    Occupancy: 100 - 150
    Area: 1,300 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Theater 150.00
    Banquet 100.00
    Reception 100.00
  • Second Floor Gallery

    Occupancy: 160 - 200
    Area: 3,744 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Theater 200.00
    Banquet 160.00
    Reception 200.00
  • The Warhol Cafe

    Occupancy: 35 - 50
    Area: 800 feet

    Configuration Capacity
    Banquet 35.00
    Reception 50.00

The Andy Warhol Museum
380 Reviews
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Latest Review

Shelby Z.
Holy crap. This museum is just stunning. I'll preface by saying I'm not huge on art museums - They can be a hit or miss for me. But as a former design...

Toni J.
Facts: * Andy Warhol had a button surgically implanted in his scalp so he could easily put on and take off his wigs. * The idea to use Campbell's Soup...

Evan B.
The entire staff and security for this museum are unnecessarily abrasive and rude. The museum itself is less about Andy Warhol than we expected. It went...

Nothing is more important that the healthy and safety of our community. The steps The Warhol is taking include: requiring visitors and staff to wear masks and practice safe social distancing; limiting the number of visitors to 25% of the building capacity at any one time; the use of timed ticketing for all visitors, including members; enhanced cleaning protocols; marked foot-traffic patterns in high-traffic areas; the modification of interactive exhibitions and increased hand sanitizer stations; and the installation of plexiglass shields at visitor service desks and in office spaces.


  • Employee Health Screening
  • Encouraged use of Masks by Guests
  • Enforced Social Distancing
  • Enhanced Cleaning/Disinfecting Procedures
  • Manditory Mask Usage by Employees
  • Sanitization Stations
  • Sneeze Guards or Other Barriers