Brush up on the American Experience.

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

Welcome to a museum of exceptional character, individuality and beauty. With a deep passion for and knowledge of American art, a preeminent collection, and a newly expanded space, The Westmoreland is a true one-of-a-kind. Best of all, it’s yours.

The Westmoreland is a regional museum with a national presence. But it’s more than a museum. It’s a destination that presents a unique look at American life. Built to inspire and engage, it’s a place for people from all corners of the world to gather and experience American art.

The Westmoreland’s collection includes works by major artists from four centuries. It also captures the region’s rich agrarian and industrial past by placing local history within the greater context of our nation. We’re home to more than 3,400 objects of fine and decorative American art, including our newest collection of post-1950 artwork. Every work of art has a story to tell.
Exterior of The Westmoreland

On the heels of a dramatic renovation, The Westmoreland has become a true 21st century museum. We’ve increased our gallery and education spaces, enhanced our community-oriented programming, and we’ve literally raised the roof to include more traveling exhibitions.

Why? So visitors like you can build a deeper relationship with our diverse collection, and develop a deeper appreciation for American art.

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Museum Hours

Tuesday–Sunday: 11am–5pm
Wednesday: 11am–7pm, free admission from 5–7pm sponsored by First Commonwealth Bank
Closed Mondays
Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas,
New Year's Day


$15 suggested donation for adults
$10 for seniors age 65+

Free admission for Museum Members, children (18 & under), students (with valid ID), veterans, and military (active duty & reserve) and their families.

Free Parking (for Museum visitors only)

The Museum and gardens are ADA accessible. For easiest access to the building for those with mobility disabilities, please consider using our North Entrance located on Academy Hill Place.

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