Step back in time to Pittsburgh’s birthplace at the Fort Pitt Museum.
Discover the world-shaping events that occurred right here in Western Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh, Virginia exhibition will focus on the turbulent events of 1774, when the two colonies fought for control of Pittsburgh, while Lord Dunmore’s War put the fate of the Ohio Country and all of its inhabitants at stake.
Discover the pivotal role of our region in the French & Indian War, American Revolution, and Early Republic.
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.
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Explore daily life for 18th century residents of the Ohio Country.
From 1754 to today, Fort Pitt has shaped the course of American and world history as the birthplace of Pittsburgh.
Experience the sights and sounds of an 18th century frontier fort during Living History events at the Fort Pitt Museum.
Join the Fort Pitt Museum, boy scouts, and local veterans to help kick off the Fourth of July holiday by raising a 36-foot American flag in Point State Park, beginning at 1 p.m.