MIGHTY. BEAUTIFUL.

HISTORIC.

BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE.

Located at the confluence of three rivers, the “Golden Triangle” and its unique history continually draw generations of people from around the world.

LEARN MORE

HISTORY &

HERITAGE

  • The Fort Pitt Museum tells the story of western Pennsylvania’s role during the French & Indian War and the American Revolution.

  • Built in 1764, Point State Park’s Fort Pitt Block House is the oldest building in Pittsburgh.

  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History houses the world’s third-largest dinosaur repository and Hillman Hall of Minerals and Gems.

    LEARN MORE
  • The walls and ceiling of St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church are decorated with paintings of Croatian peasants who came to seek a better life in post-industrial Pittsburgh.

  • The past 250 years of life in western Pennsylvania are celebrated at the Senator John Heinz History Center.

    LEARN MORE
  • The Frick Pittsburgh interprets the legacy of Henry Clay Frick, including Clayton, Frick’s Victorian-era home and a vintage car and carriage museum.

ONLY IN

PGH

The largest number of religious artifacts outside of the Vatican is found at Saint Anthony’s Chapel, home to a record 5,000 Catholic relics.