From the Museum Shop: Map Mania!

Do you know someone who loves maps? It’s a good bet that you do – who doesn’t love maps?

Sure, you can always buy a map for the cartophile in your life, but the History Center’s museum shop also has plenty of cool products that map enthusiasts will love.

Pittsburgh map print pint glass

Your neighborhood in your hand

After a day of hard work in the ‘Burgh, you deserve to knock back a cold one. Cheers to the Iron City!

This 16 oz. pint glass is etched with the streets and neighborhoods of Pittsburgh.

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Travel around the world one page at a time

This book of maps is a visual feast for readers of all ages. The handsome and fun-to-browse volume will inspire armchair travelers. Beautifully illustrated, “Maps” combines chic, muted colors with witty and informative drawings on heavy matte paper that whispers under the fingers. It’s the sort of book you can’t help but touch. The artwork includes decorative borders, fine-line drawings, and numerous small cartoon illustrations that add a light, contemporary touch.

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Maps book
Around the World scarf

Wrap yourself in the world

Ever wish you could wrap yourself in all of the places you’ve traveled – the oceans you’ve dipped in, the cliffs you’ve climbed, the palms you’ve reached for? Now you can with the Around the World Scarf by Two’s Company.

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Taking it on the road

Carry the spirit of adventure with you wherever you are with this thermos that features details from a mid-century atlas map.

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You are Here thermos
Paper Town jewelry and pendants

Jewelry that reminds you where you’re from

Paper Town Vintage uses vintage and upcycled maps to create wearable accessories that showcase and inspire regional pride. Wear your Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania pride!

Pennsylvania pendant | Pittsburgh pendant | Clip-on charms

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Visit the museum shop in person or shop in the comfort of your own home on the History Center’s e-store.

Beth Muth is the museum shop & visitor services manager at the Heinz History Center.

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