“come & explore the public art displays”
Randyland is the home of artist, Randy Gilson. Located in the Mexican War Streets district of Pittsburgh's Northside, the Randyland courtyard is open most everyday between 1:00pm and 7:00pm. Visitors are welcome to come and explore the public art displays in and around the property. If you’re ever strolling down Arch Avenue on the Northside, you’ll be hard pressed to miss it, my whimsical looking home with a 40 ft high mural of brilliantly colored ladybugs, butterflies, dinosaurs and more. It’s Randyland, and it all started a little over 30 years ago when I moved into the neighborhood.
Quirky little spot, but worth the stop. Reminds me of the Heidelberg Project in Detroit n
We had so much fun stopping here! We met Randy himself and he is very nice! Everything is so meticulously detailed you could spend a few hours taking pictures here. If you're stopping at the Mattress Factory as well on a trip to Pittsburgh, it's about a 5 minute walk down the road.
Totally worth the stop!
Definitely worth stopping in to see the "largest painted house in the country(?). Randy.land is featured in an upcoming documentary about outsider art. The art and local gardens planted by Randy are definitely a "must see". BTW driving down the street to Randy.land feels a bit sketchy. But the back yards belie that!!
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