Eyes of Pittsburgh
Featuring some of the most compelling images from the Post-Gazette’s archives, the Eyes of Pittsburgh exhibition brings more than 100 years of Pittsburgh history into sharp focus.
Beat ‘Em Bucs
Relive your favorite players and legendary moments in Pittsburgh Pirates history. Five World Series championships. Nine National League pennants. Honus. Maz. Clemente. Stargell. McCutchen.
Negro League Baseball
With 15 future National Baseball Hall of Famers and two championship teams – the Homestead Grays and the Pittsburgh Crawfords – no city can claim a Negro League baseball tradition quite like Pittsburgh.
Fort Pitt Museum
Step back in time at Point State Park to learn about Western Pennsylvania’s strategic role during the French & Indian War, the American Revolution, and as the birthplace of Pittsburgh.
A Brief History of 18th-Century Pittsburgh
Ever wonder what Pittsburgh was like in its earliest years? Descriptions from historical figures, combined with images and objects from the period, paint a picture of a diverse, and constantly changing, community.
Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village
Experience 19,000 years of history at North America’s oldest site of human habitation. Then tour three recreated villages to learn what life was like for our earliest ancestors.
Trails to Trains
The Trails to Trains exhibit transports visitors through time, exploring the evolution of transportation in Southwestern Pennsylvania using five vehicles from the collection.
Senator John Heinz: A Western Pennsylvania Legacy
Honor John Heinz’s life, public service, and contributions to arts and culture, the environment, economic development, and society.
High School Glory Days
Learn the well-known and almost forgotten tales of high school athletics in Western Pa., from record-setting performances and championship teams to legendary coaches and school rivalries.