The section about his youth is a bit too much, so are the many graphics and paintings of other artists; one better goes directly to the top floor to see his own works of art. No specific building. Taking pictures in prohibited, a bit strange in 2016.
This is a very unusual museum, some kind of "secret place" for the lovers of Andy Warhol and his epoch. Plan about a half a day to see the exhibition and try to speak with the locals - you will see the enthusiastic proud of the origin of parents of this artist.
Those who love or like Andy Warhol, this is a must visit place as well as those who happen to be in the area.
One should not compare with the one in Pitsburgh but we should all acknowledge that this is his family came from and a part of his identity was formed from this remote area of Slovakia.
The museum has an air (and smell) about it that it hasn't been changed or updated in quite a while, but still it doesn't look terribly worn - there don't seem to be very many visitors. The first two rooms are a bit confusing - all about Andy's relatives, their attempts at art, and random tidbits from Andy's life, but...
Have been there, with my colleague from Mexico, to show him beauty of "end of the world", as the museum is not in the very well known part of Slovakia. If you like art museums than the Andy Warhol Museum is a must. The museum has a good collection of his art. I was not expecting this to be much...