The Andy Warhol Museum is unique in the fact it is the only museum dedicated to just one artist. However, it is not exclusively work inside the museum you will find other similar artists and installations as well. But the bulk of the museum are Warhol’s works.
The Andy Warhol Museum only allows photography on the main level and in the introduction area, so unfortunately I wasn’t able to get any shots of some of my favorite works. But you are exposed to a lot of great spaces and a well rounded introduction of Warhol and his work within the first few rooms.
Each floor of the museum is devoted to a different section of his work. I will warn you that there are some floors (the video level) that are not for younger viewers – there is a sign that says this on one entrance, but it is not on the other one.
Overall we enjoyed the museum. It gave us all a better understanding of Warhol and his works. I just wish that they allowed photography on all levels, I can see some great shots with kids and the silver cloud installation.
Admission is $20 for Adults and $10 for Students and Children.