On display at the Andy Warhol Museum is his personal collection on human themes. Warhol's paintings of Marilyn, Elvis and Liz on enlarged pieces of newspaper are American style icons. His films can be found playing in one of the gallery wings, accompanied by other films that conceptualize his work. The entire collection on death and disaster, created in 1962, is also display. The cafe and store are open during museum hours and can be accessed without entering the museum.