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The total driving distance from Cleveland, OH to Pittsburgh, PA is 134 miles or 216 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Cleveland, Ohio. It ends in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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Pittsburg is home to unique art museums, historical sites, and sporting events. Some of the famous museums include the Carnegie Museum of Art, Frick Art & Historical Center, Andy Warhol Museum and Mattress Factory.
Carnegie Museum of Art is the first contemporary art museum in the United States with over 30,000 objects including painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, architectural casts, digital imagery and more. Carve out some time to explore the Hall of Architecture and Hall of Sculpture. Check out the museum’s 3-story Grand Staircase, a centerpiece of the 1907 addition to the original Carnegie Institute building.
The Andy Warhol Museum has floors of exhibits representing the artist’s works and life. Enjoy exclusive Andy Warhol’s art, videos, film, interactive displays, and recordings. Find out more about the artist’s influence in pop culture and modern art of the 60s to 80s.
The Mattress Factory is an installation art museum with 3-dimensional works that was started in 1977 by artists to support artists working in residence. Though small, it is worth a visit for those who like to learn different types of art.
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