Carnegie Museum of Art
Established in 1895, by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, the Carnegie Museum of Art is nationally and internationally recognized for its distinguished collection of American and European works.
The museum focuses not only on the masters of years past, but also leaves room for the “Old Masters of Tomorrow”.
The Heinz Architectural Center, opened as part of the museum in 1993, is dedicated to the collection, study, and exhibition of architectural drawings and models.
The museum is one of four in the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh group. The others are the Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, and the Carnegie Science Center (reviews will be linked when live)