The Andy Warhol Museum is a museum of the art of Andy Warhol. It is one of four Carnegie Museums, all of which are located in Pittsburgh. The Warhol Museum opened in 1994, the result of a joint effort of the Carnegie Institute, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and The Dia Center for the Arts.

The Warhol Museum is located on the North Shore in Pittsburgh, at the corner of Sandusky and General Robinson Streets. The museum contains about 4,000 pieces of Warhol's art, as well as a complete collection of his films and videotapes, and an archives, of Warhol's work and the time he lived in. There are regular screenings of his films, and changing exhibitions of his work. The Warhol Museum has the single biggest collection of Andy Warhol's art anywhere.

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