Multicultural Heritage in Pittsburgh PA

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  • 1180 Murrayhill Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15217-1042
    Former residence of Pulitzer Prize winner, Willa Cather. Willa first came to Pittsburgh in 1896. In 1901, Isabelle McClung invited Willa to move into this Squirrel Hill home.
  • 7131 Hamilton Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15208-1828
    The Afro-American Music Institute preserves the heritage of African-American music through a variety of events and performances. The institute also offers instruction in jazz, gospel, and other areas.
  • 4734 Butler St Pittsburgh, PA 15201-2951
    After its incorporation in 1844, 100 acres were purchased and the first interment took place in 1845. Today, Allegheny Cemetery encompasses 300 acres with over 15 miles of roadways. Of that 300...
  • 436 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    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...
  • 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...
  • 414 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2409
    The City-County Building is the seat of the government of the City of Pittsburgh, and also houses a number of Allegheny County offices and courts.
  • 7227 Reynolds St. Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2919
    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...
  • Highland Park Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    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
    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...
  • 5000 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3815
    The Hunt Institute for Botanical Research is a division of Carnegie Mellon University. The specialty is the history of botany as well as plant sciences in general. The institute organizes exhibits...
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