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  • McGinley Road Monroeville, PA 15146
    724-327-6164
    The McGinley House was built in 1830 and is the oldest field stone house in the area. Visitors can see period items, antique furniture, rare photographs and more. For further information visit...
  • 1832 Arboretum Dr. McKeesport, PA 15132
    412-678-1832
    The McKeesport Heritage Center preserves the history and furthers the development of the McKeesport area. See artifacts, historic papers, photos and local memorabilia. A research library is also...
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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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  • 700 Arch St Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    412-323-7235
    Come face to face with an African Penguin, watch Flamingos dance, Get up close to amazing Birds of Prey, including eagles, owls and more! All this and more at the National Aviary! Open every day ...
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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 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, 15260, PA 15260
    The Nationality Rooms are located on the first and third floors of the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning. The rooms were designed to represent the culture of various ethnic ...
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  • 4200 5th Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15260-0001
    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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  • 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...
  • Monroeville Boulevard Monroeville, PA 15146
    412-856-1000
    Built in 1834, the Old Stone Church is a square structure with three-sided pyramidal roofed bays on the north and south sides of the building. Inside are beautiful stained glass windows in the Art...
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