Welcome to Our Neighborhood
As Pittsburgh’s “people museum,” the History Center preserves and interprets the history of Western Pennsylvanians through six floors of interactive exhibitions that feature iconic artifacts like the TV set from “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” and the world’s oldest jeep. The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum is located on the second and third floors of the History Center.
Hours & Location
The History Center and Sports Museum are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. The History Center, Sports Museum, and Detre Library & Archives are all located at 1212 Smallman Street in the heart of Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District.
From September through November, all kids aged 17 and under will receive free admission to the Heinz History Center, thanks to support from community partners UPMC and UPMC Health Plan.
|Adults (ages 18-64)||$20|
|Senior Citizens (ages 65+)||$18|
|Youth (ages 6-17)||FREE, thanks to UPMC and UPMC Health Plan|
|Students with Valid IDs||$11|
|Retired & Active Duty Military||$2 off admission|
|Access Card Holders||$1 (can be used for up to four admissions)|
|History Center Members||FREE|
|Children (ages 5 and under)||FREE|
Kids & Families
The History Center is fun for everyone! Learn more about the museum’s family-friendly exhibits, activities, and amenities.
The Museum Shop
The History Center Museum Shop is your one-stop shop for all things Pittsburgh. From Heinz 57 to “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” browse hundreds of one-of-a-kind gifts ranging from classic to quirky. The Museum Shop is open seven days a week during regular museum hours, and always open online.
The Café at the History Center
Open daily during museum hours, the Café at the History Center offers a wide array of grab-and-go items including fresh wraps, salads, sandwiches, and kid-friendly options from Common Plea Catering.