A World of Color, Created by at Outsider Artist in Pittsburgh

Of all art destinations in Pittsburgh, PA Randyland may be the most polarizing. The owner and artist, Randy Gilson, was born in Pennsylvania and at some point in his life found himself homeless. He moved to Pittsburgh’s Northside in 1982 where he was a community activist planting over 800 street gardens. The property that would become Randyland was purchased on a credit card for $10,000 in 1995 and since then became home to the artists’ creative expression: from found objects to original art.

1501 Arch St, Pittsburgh, PA
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Open Tuesday to Sunday
10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (dusk)
Closed on Mondays
Free admission


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