Though it's been nearly 30 years since his death, Andy Warhol's legacy as the king of Pop art lives on. Warhol used everyday images found on soup cans and Coca-Cola bottles to critique society and completely revolutionize the art world. Although he launched into fame almost immediately after moving to New York, quickly becoming friends with artists and celebrities, Warhol actually arose from humble beginnings—Pittsburgh to be exact.
Located on the North Store of Pittsburgh, not far from where Warhol attended college art classes, sits The Andy Warhol Museum, and it's not just any old museum. The largest museum dedicated to a single artist in the US, it's 17 galleries contain everything anyone would want to know about Andy Warhol—and more. Whether you've visited or not, here's 15 Things You Didn't Know About the Andy Warhol Museum.