The Westmoreland is located just 35 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our artful oasis is located in the heart of historic Greensburg, tucked amidst the breathtaking Laurel Highlands.
Click here to find the Museum on Google Maps. Our address is The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, 221 N. Main St., Greensburg, PA 15601.
The Museum will be closed to the public until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information on this temporary closure, click here.
Regular hours of operation for the Museum are as follows:
- Wednesday-Friday: 11am-7pm
- Saturday-Sunday: 10am-5pm
- Monday-Tuesday: closed (except for scheduled school groups and partner programs)
- Closed Mondays, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year’s Day
Admission to the Museum is free to all, supported in part by our generous members, donors and these sponsors:
UPMC Health Plan
Learn more about this new change to admission.
Ample free parking is available with two parking lots located on site.
The Museum and gardens are ADA accessible.
The Westmoreland is pleased to announce our new café! Named after our visionary founder Mary Marchand Woods, Café Marchand offers a variety of savory and sweet treats. Café Marchand features walk-up coffee, wine and beer service along with a variety of other craft beverages. The rotating seasonal menu includes hot soups, quiches, freshly prepared foods, pastries and snacks with locally sourced farm-to-table ingredients. Guests can find seating throughout our entire first floor and, weather permitting, on the Museum’s terrace with spectacular views of downtown Greensburg.
Café Marchand Hours of Operation
Barista and Lunch Service:
- 11am-3pm Wednesday-Friday
- 10am-3pm Saturday & Sunday
Grab & Go Items, Coffee and Tea*:
- 3-7pm Wednesday-Friday
- 3-5pm Saturday & Sunday
*Please make your purchases from Museum Shop register.
The Westmoreland Museum Shop
The Westmoreland Museum Shop features books, posters, stationery, children’s activities, unique gifts, art and jewelry inspired by our collection and American art. Open during regular Museum hours, it’s a great way to remember your visit.