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Westmoreland Museum of American Art

The mission of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is to enrich a growing public through innovative and collaborative approaches to the collection, preservation, and presentation of American art.

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art was established as the Woods Marchand Foundation in 1949 at the bequest of Mary Marchand Woods, a resident of Greensburg interested in the arts but without a personal collection. This visionary founder bequeathed her entire estate in order for the Museum facility to be built in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 35 miles east of Pittsburgh, where it was positioned to serve the people of rural Westmoreland County as well as the city of Pittsburgh. In 1959, the Museum opened its doors to the public and its focus became the collection and exhibition of American and southwestern Pennsylvania art.

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$5 suggested donation for adults; children under 12 and students with valid ID are free.

We have plenty of free parking.

Tour Location

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is located in southwestern Pennsylvania on North Main Street in downtown Greensburg, 35 miles east of Pittsburgh.

Wednesday–Sunday 11 a.m.–5p.m.

Closed Monday, Tuesday and most holidays.

221 North Main Street
Greensburg, PA 15601
Phone: 724-837-1500
Fax: 724-837-2921