Museums in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • 1098 Pennsylvania Avenue Monaca, PA 15061
    Established in 1985, the Monaca Community Hall of Fame houses over 100 plaques of individuals who have been recognized for their contributions to the community or the country in areas of civic...
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  • 2700 Monroeville Blvd. Monroeville, PA 15146-2304
    724-327-6164
    The Monroeville Historical Society preserves the heritage and historic architecture of the area. The society operates the Old Stone Church, the McGinley House, the McCully House, and the Little...
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  • 1278 Perry Highway Portersville, PA 16051
    724-368-8361
    FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1919. TAKE A WALK BACK IN HISTORY, SEE THE ANTIQUE ARTIFACTS HANGING ON THE WALLS
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  • 222 Camelot Rd. Portersville, PA 16051
    724-368-8084
    Historic oil well demonstrations scheduled throughout the summer and fall. This original oil well site has been preserved and restored within Moraine State Park. The mechanism is powered by a one...
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  • Not yet open for business Pittsburgh, PA 15221
    412-241-4508
    The National Museum of Broadcasting is dedicated to preserving the history of radio pioneer Frank Conrad.
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  • 4200 5th Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15260
    412-624-6000
    "The world's tallest schoolhouse" contains 26 Nationality Rooms used by the University of Pittsburgh. These rooms reflect the crafts, culture, and traditions of Pittsburgh's diverse ethnic groups....
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  • Schenley Park Pittsburgh, PA 15213
    412-255-2676
    Built in the 1770s, the Neill Log House once belonged to the family of Robert Neill and later Mary Schenley, for whom the park is named. It is one of the last three extant structures in Pittsburgh...
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  • 1225 Merchant Street Ambridge, PA 15003
    This DCC (Digital Command Control) 400 foot model operating railroad, depicts the late 50's-60's era from Ambridge/Pittsburgh local to Wheeling, West Virginia with full scenery, logging area, steel...
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  • 400 Ross St. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2102
    412-471-5808
    The most lasting and well-known symbol of Allegheny County is the Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail complex, designed in 1883 by Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson, and built between 1884...
  • 270 16th St. Ambridge, PA 15003
    724-266-4500
    Old Economy Village, a National Historic Landmark site, derives its title from the town of Oekonomie, built 1824-1830. Restored buildings are furnished with collections of the Harmony Society, a...
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