Join us outside this summer at the History Center’s Penn Avenue lot for family-friendly activities that explore stories from our region!
On Saturday, August 14, discover some of the ways Pittsburgh has grown and changed during the past 300 years. Play 18th century games and create a collage that shows how the city skyline has evolved. Examine an important material used by builders during the 1800s, look at historic images from the 1900s, and use your imagination to create the “Pittsburgh of the Future.”
This outdoor event will take place in the lot adjacent to the Museum Conservation Center at 1221 Penn Avenue, just around the corner from the History Center’s main entrance on Smallman Street.
Participation in the Summer Sidewalk Series is FREE for everyone.
Please note that this family-friendly event takes place outdoors. In case of severe inclement weather, the outdoor event will be canceled and activities will be offered indoors (included with regular museum admission). Check the History Center’s website or social media platforms for the most-up-to-date information regarding event cancellations.
Regular admission is required to access all History Center and Sports Museum exhibitions.
For more information, please contact Nate Rodda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-454-6433.