Google Arts & Culture

The Heinz History Center is excited to partner with the Google Cultural Institute to become just the second cultural institution in Western Pa. (along with The Frick Pittsburgh) to join the Google Arts & Culture platform. Learn more about this partnership with our recent press release.

Explore the History Center’s collections – including presidential history, Black History Month artifacts, vintage valentines, and Heinz Company history – on Google Arts & Culture.

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The Legacy of Fred Rogers shows us that Fred Rogers’ legacy continues to inspire and encourage us. A new generation of children still hear Mister Rogers’ voice through Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, which is infused with lessons and themes from its predecessor show.

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#Pixburgh: The ‘Burgh offers a glimpse at just some of the hundreds of photos featured in the History Center’s now-closed #Pixburgh exhibition. This set of landmark places and moments drawn from the History Center’s collection tells the story of Pittsburgh over the past 150 years.

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Presidents in Office, the History Center’s first virtual exhibition curated on the  Google Arts & Culture platform, features images of objects and archival materials from the museum’s collection that explore more than 150 years of presidential history with a Western Pa. connection.

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The From Farm to Family with the Heinz Collection exhibit is now available on Google Arts & Culture. The exhibit explores the life of a Heinz pickle as told by our collection of artifacts and images. 

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Google Arts & Culture is a new, immersive way to experience art, history, culture, and world wonders from over a thousand organizations worldwide. Google Arts & Culture has been created by the Google Cultural Institute and it is available for free for everyone on the web, on iOS, and Android. Read more here.