The museum has seven floors where visitors will find drawings, prints, paintings, sculpture, film and video. The museum also features work by other artists whose works share Warhol's style. Additionally, there are many different programs to experience while there including gallery talks, Screen Tests (where visitors can sit for their 15 minutes of fame), hands-on studio experiences for visitors of all ages, as well as daily views of Warhol’s film and video work. Along with the exhibits, the museum also offers programs and camps for future artists. One of these is the studio program that provides hands-on experiences where participants are free to explore Warhol’s conceptual approach to making art and the techniques and media employed by the artist during his career. For children, the museum offers weekly summer camps which may be combined with “Aftercamp Adventures” for a complete day of programming. Camps include a variety of content, from working with our visiting artist to designing art for a social cause.