Historic Towns in Pittsburgh PA

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  • 436 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    412-350-6500
    The Allegheny County Courthouse is an outstanding example of the Richardson Romanesque style. The complex is dominated by a tall turreted tower. Three murals by Vincent Nesbert decorate the lobby...
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  • Bordered by Faulsey, Chateau, Franklin, and Bidwell Streets Pittsburgh, PA 15233
    412-321-7707
    The Manchester Historic District is a charming mix of Victorian homes and modern urban buildings. Enjoy a stroll along these enchanting and eclectic streets.
  • 100 W. Station Sq. Dr. Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1175
    412-442-2000
    The Monongahela Incline overlooks one of the world's great cityscapes. Tourists marvel at the view as they ride one of only a few remaining inclines in the entire country. Opened May 28, 1870, the...
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  • Bounded by French and Tenth Streets, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    412-281-7711
    The Penn-Liberty Historic District encompasses many historic areas in downtown Pittsburgh. Walking tours are available of the district.
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  • Downtown Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    412-471-6070
    The Pittsburgh Cultural District, in downtown Pittsburgh, features public spaces, arts projects, and cultural facilities. Many historic buildings are also in the area including Heinz Hall, Benedum...
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  • 5170 Butler St. Pittsburgh, PA 15201-2603
    412-782-5100
    A variety of self-guided itineraries pointing you to the places, traditions, and people that make Pittsburghers proud.
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  • 101 Commonwealth Pl # 1  Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    Point State Park, located at the confluence of three rivers, is at the tip of Pittsburgh’s “Golden Triangle.” It commemorates and preserves the strategic and historic...
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  • 623 E. Eighth Ave. Homestead, PA 15120-1985
    412-464-4020
    The Rivers of Steel Archives are open to the public for research by appointment, Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.. Research materials in the form of books, articles, audiovisual recordings, and...
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  • 623 E. 8th Ave Homestead, PA 15120
    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 ...
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  • - Western Pennsylvania, PA 15213
    This trail is a driving route through western Pennsylvania. Traversing modern highways, the route commemorates young George Washington's first military and diplomatic venture in the Fall and...
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