People tend to check in during these times:
Super weird but very interactive. Will go back for sure!
Fun and interactive. My favorite floor is the third.
Easily one of the coolest museums I've been to. Great venue for events as well! Nice rotation of exhibitions keeps things interesting.
I loved "yarn world!" The cafe is tasty and the space is a great use.
Cafe is excellent.
Great installations/ works of art.
Get lost in this installation-only museum filled w/ works by artists in residence from around the world. The permanent collection highlights artists like James Turrell alongside rotating exhibitions.
Don't be scared of the dark!
Very interesting place and a good price for admission. The always changing exhibits keep me going back.
visit after mid-september '13, they're switching a lot of the exhibits right now. even though we got in for half the cost, we only got to see half the art! can't wait to return and see it all.
2nd floor hmmmm so dark I wasn't sure where I was going. Bumped into people
The layout is confusing. I thought I'd be respectful and take the stair to go down two sets and learn I had to use the elevator.
Boasting "Art you can get into" all are installations taking up major space. Unique and funky, come in the morning and grab a bite at the Boxspring Cafe on the way out.
#UGP2012 Welcome to Wonderland! Take a spin on the FUZE art bike! We've got a FUZE for your unbirthday too!
Give James Turrell's Pleiades all the time that your eyes need to adjust. You won't be disappointed. And don't forget to grab a snack in the cafe either.
Experience art you can get into — room-sized environments, created by in-residence artists. Check out the site for current exhibitions @ www.mattress.org
See it all! One of the coolest places in Pittsburgh! Every room is a surprise!
Be sure to visit the Annex if it's open. Enter the main building by walking up Sampsonia and check out the Poem House!
Take enough time to enjoy the exhibits on the 2nd floor. The one really takes you places in your mind =]
Art = yay.