Museums in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • 980 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    One of only two major arts institutions in the world named for Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright and Pittsburgh native August Wilson, the August Wilson Center for African American...
  • 1 River Rd. Beaver, PA 15009-0147
    Covering Beaver Area's history from the 1770s to modern times, featured exhibits include Fort McIntosh, a colorful timeline mural, a 200-year old log house, seasonal exhibits, and fascinating...
  • Beaver Train Station Beaver, PA 15009
    The Beaver County Genealogy and History Center discovers and preserves information about the past and present families and businesses of Beaver County.  Our collection is housed in an underground...
  • 1235 Third Avenue Freedom, PA 15042
    The BCHRLF was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1971. As the official Historical Society of Beaver County, our mission is to recognize historical sites, disseminate research findings and...
  • 801 Plumb Street Darlington, PA 16115
    The history of the glass and steel industry in Beaver County is the catalyst and focus for this new museum at 801 Plumb Street, Darlington, Pennsylvania....
  • 416 6th Street Monaca, PA 15061
    Welcome to the Beaver County Model Railroad and Historical Society, home of the HO Scale Union Atlantic Railroad. The Society was founded more than 30 years ago as the Beaver County Model Railroad...
  • 1301 Seventh Ave. Beaver Falls, PA 15010
    Guides to find hotels, history museums, apartments and more. Visit the museum in the basement of the Carnegie Free Library. Historical items displayed include vintage fire department equipment,...
  • 805 9th Street, Box 429 West Pittsburg, PA 16160
    We are a 501(c)(3) organization located in Lawrence County. We are dedicated to the preservation of railway history, artifacts and historical items from the Western Pennsylvania area. Our principal...
  • 175 S. Main St. Washington, PA 15301-4948
    Built in 1788 by David Bradford, infamous leader of The Whiskey Rebellion, it is Washington County's finest 18th Century home.
  • 449 W. 8th Avenue West Homestead, PA 15120-1035
    Preserves the Bulgarian/Macedonian heritage of the area through library, museum, archives and a performance group.
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