Pittsburgh — a city known for its industrial past — has transformed into a vibrant hub of art and culture, offering an array of experiences that balance rich history with innovative spirit. From historic venues to modern galleries, the arts and culture in Pittsburgh provide locals and visitors alike with endless inspiration and enjoyment. Here are some of our favorites!

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The Frick Pittsburgh

The Frick Pittsburgh stands as a testament to the life and times of Henry Clay Frick, an industrialist and art collector whose legacy continues to enrich the city’s cultural landscape. Nestled in Pittsburgh’s East End this complex offers a peek into the 19th century through The Frick Art Museum, Car and Carriage Museum, and Clayton — Frick’s beautifully restored Victorian home. The lush grounds and gardens add to the allure, making it a must-visit for art and history enthusiasts alike.

a live performance by the pittsburgh symphony orchestra

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

The Grammy Award-winning Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra brings classical and popular music to life in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District at Heinz Hall. Known for its artistic excellence and commitment to the community, the orchestra’s performances are a testament to the city’s thriving musical scene. From family concerts to movie nights, the symphony offers a diverse range of experiences for all.

the exterior of the andy warhol museum in pittsburgh

Andy Warhol Museum

As the largest museum dedicated to a single artist in North America, The Andy Warhol Museum celebrates the life and work of Pittsburgh’s own Andy Warhol. Featuring an extensive collection of Warhol’s art and archival materials, the museum offers a comprehensive look at the artist’s career, from his early work to his iconic pop art creations. In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the museum is presenting a special exhibition, KAWS + Warhol, starting this May.

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Carnegie Museum of Art

Get ready for a day of fun, learning, and beauty. With a legacy dating back to 1895, the Carnegie Museum of Art was the first museum in the United States to place a strong focus on contemporary art. Today, it’s one of the most dynamic major art institutions in the country with a range of permanent collections and rotating exhibits that explore some of the most exciting and celebrating artists of our age.

a historic trolley outdoors in the winter on a trolley track, as part of  the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

For those fascinated by the evolution of transportation, the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum provides an engaging journey back to the Trolley Era. With a collection of nearly 50 cars, the museum showcases the importance of trolleys in shaping communities and offers a unique educational experience for all ages. (Plus it’s just 12 miles from our Walnut Grove neighborhood.)

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Enjoy the Arts and Culture of Pittsburgh Every Day

Art and culture in Pittsburgh are as diverse and dynamic as the city itself. Each venue offers visitors an array of experiences that span history, art, music, and more. Whether you choose a stunning single-family home at Stonegate or Creekside Meadows, a luxury townhome at Camden Village, or a 55+ patio home at The Landings, when you trust Foxlane to build your dream home it will feel like a work of art unto itself. Schedule a tour today to experience any of these exciting neighborhoods and to see first-hand how beautiful life can be.