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Randyland is an art museum located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is widely regarded as one of America’s most colorful public art landmarks. The museum was created by Randy Gilson and is dedicated to his therapy which involves painting and taking care of the grounds at Randyland. Some people consider his paintings to be outsider art. Randyland has played an important role in the cultural rejuvenation of Pittsburgh with its neighbors City of Asylum and Mattress Factory. Randy Gilson’s creation has received international attention through viral listicles. It now counts itself among the most photographed places on Instagram. Admission is free.

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Randyland, 1501 Arch St
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

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