Kids are FREE each Sunday in June, thanks to UPMC.
All children age 17 and under receive free admission to see the History Center’s six floors of award-winning exhibitions and interactive learning spaces.
Zoom down a 12-foot spiral “Liberty Tune” slide, nicknamed the “Liberty Tube,” in the first-floor Kidsburgh play zone.
Throw a touchdown pass to legendary Steelers and score the winning goal for the Penguins inside the two-floor Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum.
Innovate new products using aluminum, design Pop Art, and construct bridges in the interactive Discovery Place exhibition. Explore the Neighborhood of Make-Believe featuring the original set and puppets from “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Take the stairs to exercise your body and mind in the UPMC SmartSteps – the world’s only exhibition in a stairwell! Punch your stamp card on all six floors and receive a FREE Heinz pickle pin.
Visitors can also peer into the cockpit of a 48-foot “Huey” helicopter and sit inside a recreated 1960s living room as part of the History Center’s new exhibition, The Vietnam War: 1945-1975, which tells the stories of those impacted by the war, from the home front to the front lines.
Regular museum admission applies for adults.
Kids Free Sundays in June are sponsored by: