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ART LOVER’S PARADISE

Ranked among the best arts destinations in the country, Pittsburgh’s two Andys — Andrew Carnegie and Andy Warhol — are instrumental in this city’s blazing hot art scene.

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  • Carnegie Museum of Art is home to more than 30,000 objects—from paintings and sculptures to photographs and decorative arts.

  • With seven floors and 8,000+ works and changing exhibitions, The Andy Warhol Museum is pop art at its best.

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  • Henry Clay Frick’s collection of art is finely presented, as is the museum at The Frick Pittsburgh in Point Breeze.

  • The Mattress Factory museum of contemporary art features site-specific installations created by international artists in residence.

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  • The Pittsburgh Glass Center offers glass-blowing demonstrations and classes for beginners, experts and everyone in between.

  • Plan your trip around the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s quarterly Gallery Crawls. 

  • Make time for these Cultural District galleries: Wood Street Galleries, SPACE, 943 Gallery and 707/709 Penn Gallery.

  • Self-guided walking tours via the Office of Public Art can be downloaded at pittsburghartscouncil.org.

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South Side’s Oakley Street boasts some of the most colorful steps in the world with 77 risers forming a mosaic of a young woman overlooking the hillside and river below, representing the neighborhood’s past, present and future.