History & Heritage in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • 7227 Reynolds St. Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2919
    412-371-0600
    The Frick Art and Historical Center is open to the public thanks to the generosity of Helen Clay Frick. Throughout her life, Helen retained a fondness for "Clayton", her childhood home. It was...
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  • Route 30 at Braddock Ave. East Pittsburgh, PA 15112
    At the time it was built, the George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge was the longest concrete bridge in the country. Today it stands as an impressive reminder of the impact of industrialist George...
  • 1128 Blue Spruce Rd. Indiana, PA 15701-9342
    724-463-8636
    The Ghost Town Trail is a 38 mile rails-to-trails project in Indiana and Cambria Counties. The trail is open to non-motorized activities, including bicycling, hiking, and cross-country skiing. The...
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  • Church St. Ambridge, PA 15003
    724-728-0212
    This cemetery was operational from 1824 through 1951. It holds graves of 594 workers and members of Harmony Society and the people of Old Economy.
  • Highland Park Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    412-665-3632
    Part of Pittsburgh's Citipark system, this busy city park has a history that dates back to 1889. Highland Park boasts a scenic reservoir, a swimming pool, playgrounds, an archery range, and the...
  • 1835 Centre Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-4305
    412-392-4400
    The Hill House began in 1964 through a merger of three long-standing Hill District agencies. The Hill House Association was the first agency in one of the City's predominantly low-income, African...
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  • 218 Mercer St. Harmony, PA 16037
    724-452-7341
    Site of Delaware Indians' Murdering Town (name origin undetermined), visited in late 1753 by 21-year-old George Washington during his mission on behalf of Virginia's governor to demand French...
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  • Downtown Saltsburg, PA 15681
    724-463-7505
    Historic Saltsburg was once a major center for the salt industry. Today visitors can enjoy the many canal-era houses, industrial buildings, churches, and more!
  • 61 N. Richhill St Waynesburg, PA 15370-1305
    724-627-8841
    A cemetery with no tombstones…a banished cow…a school that graduated the first degreed woman in all of Pennsylvania…a place called Eden…a famous artist…a Greene County born Governor…a...
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  • 401 Curry Hollow Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15236-4636
    412-655-4500
    Visit the site of Pittsburgh's most well known Pirate, Honus Wagner, whose baseball card is now priceless. Considered the greatest shortstop of all time.
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