Rivers of Steel Visitor Center

623 E. 8th Ave, Homestead, PA 15120 GET DIRECTIONS

Built in 1892 as a hotel for the rapidly growing worker's ward of Homestead, the Bost Building was at the center of American labor history's most dramatic episodes - the Homestead Lockout and Strike. This National Historic Landmark underwent a $4 million renovation and in 2002 opened its doors as the visitor's center for the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area.  The Bost Building includes an exhibit space dedicated to the American Worker as well as offices for the Heritage Area.

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