Museum Exterior Fall


Opening Gatecrashers

NOW ON VIEW Gatecrashers: The Rise of the Self-Taught Artist in America

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Current exhibitions

Learn + engage

At The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, we are dedicated to providing programming and experiences that invite visitors of all ages to create, learn, and connect with art in new ways.

Look, learn, and laugh together as a family during our programs for kids and adults. The Westmoreland invites families to experience American art with hands-on and virtual programs created to engage all ages.

For Families

Express your creative side, make new friends, and try new things! You’re never too old to learn new ways to create art. The Westmoreland programs events, studios, workshops, tours and more for adults 18+ and older. See below for our current offerings.

For Adults

Help your students stay art smart! See how The Westmoreland Museum of American Art spreads love and education of art through virtual school tours and experiences.

For Educators

The Westmoreland is located in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and is proud to be a part of the art, culture, and business community of the area. We pride ourselves on supporting local art and artists as well as provide a place of education and outreach for people of all walks of life.

Community Engagement

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Two visitors, one sitting on a bench and one standing, observing Tiffany’s Thomas Lynch Window in The Westmoreland’s 20th Century gallery. In the background are other portraits and sculptures in the gallery.

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Experience all the Museum has to offer! Connect with fellow art lovers while also receiving discounts to Museum events, shop, and café.

Our members also support Free Admission for All, ensuring The Westmoreland is accessible for everyone.

Three visitors, two standing and one walking, observing the 18th and 19th century paintings of Pennsylvania landscapes in varying sizes and shapes hung salon style in The Westmoreland’s McKenna gallery.