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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Cemetery
Tarentum, Pennsylvania
Culture, History, Historical Society, Library, Military
Glass, Steel, and Aluminum industries were the economic growth engines for the A-K river valley towns that grew in the shadow of Pittsburgh, attracting entrepreneurs, immigrant labor, and union organizers. You are invited to join in the efforts of the Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society to preserve and celebrate the unique history of this region.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
White Oak, Pennsylvania
Historic House, Park
In 1783, a block house was built by the U.S. Government as protection from the Indians. Adam Reburn was put in charge of the block house and it was called Reburn?s Station. In 1788, Reburn purchased the property that included 200 acres of land and made it his home. Later on, John J. Muse purchased the in the mid- 1800s. John J.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
General, History, Historic House, Library, Science, Specialized
the latter part of his life, Charles Brown III developed a passion for collecting old, rare automatic musical instruments. That collection is now part of the Bayernhof Museum. His collection is displayed in almost every room in the house.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Specialized
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Braddock, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Library
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Natural History, Science
In 2007, the museum completed the largest expansion in its history with the opening of Dinosaurs in Their Time, the finest dinosaur experience in the country.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Science
Castle Shannon, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Allison Park, Pennsylvania
Cemetery, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Park
The DLM is a living history museum where costumed docents tell the story of the development of the Depreciation Lands in the 18th century.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art, Culture, General, History, Nature Centers, Specialized
The museum and its collections are the legacy of Helen Clay Frick, daughter of Henry Clay Frick, one of America’s greatest industrialists and art collectors. During your time at the Frick, you can view fine and decorative arts and artifacts, magnificent exhibitions and vintage cars and carriages … take part in educational programs and concerts … enjoy fine dining and more.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Wilmerding, Pennsylvania
General, History, Library, Science
The George Westinghouse Museum provides a retreat into early 19th century Wilmerding where George Westinghouse lived and worked. The museum features Westinghouse's life and career by documenting his accomplishments and focusing on his many inventions.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Carnegie, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Indianola, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The Katz School in Pittsburgh, PA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
McKeesport, Pennsylvania
History
West Mifflin, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society, Library
Our Historical Society is collecting the history of the 14 present day communities of the original Mifflin Township of 1788. We are looking for genealogies of the early families, photographs and written histories. We try to preserve the local histories of municipalities and churches by collecting anniversary booklets.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art, University
The 9,000 square foot space functions as a showcase for experimentation, examination, discovery, and discussion. The gallery aspires to engage diverse audiences, to create and strengthen communities through art, and to stimulate, provoke, and encourage contemplation of the visual arts of our times.
Monroeville, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Church
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Botanical Garden
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pitcairn, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Children's
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Aquarium
Springdale, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Botanical Garden
Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society
The Duquesne Incline has provided a rapid rail transit service, between Downtown Pittsburgh and the Mount Washington neighborhood of Duquesne Heights, for commuters and tourists since 1877!
At the Upper Station of the Incline, people can view the beautiful Golden Triangle of Downtown Pittsburgh, and environs, from the visitor observation deck.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
The Swissvale Historical Society preserves and promotes the history and heritage of this borough. The society has a wide collection of historical documents.
Tarentum, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Art
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
History