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5.17.2015 Rivers of Steel Visitors CenterBuilt in 1892 as a hotel for the rapidly growing workers’ ward of Homestead, the Bost Building served as...
11.9.2013 Harmony MuseumAt the intersection of Mercer and Main streets sits the Harmony Museum, which interprets the history of the...
10.12.2013 Greene County Historical Society

Explore a maze of 52 rooms to discover the rich agricultural and industrial heritage of Greene County. On...

Afro-American Music Institute
Rachel Carson HomesteadThere is a tone of familiarity in Mary Beth Trout’s voice as she tells the story of environmentalist Rachel...
Mount St. Macrina Retreat CenterOnce upon a time, Oak Hill led a life of disquieting opulence. Everything about the 43-room, two-story manor...
Frick Art and Historical Center (Clayton)At the turn of the century, Point Breeze was the preferred address for many of Pittsburgh's rich and famous...
Duncan and Miller Glass MuseumWhen Duncan and Miller Glass closed its doors for good in 1955, few suspected this end-of-an-era event would...
West Overton MuseumsSometimes it’s difficult to imagine an icon of industry as a child. That’s because history often brushes...
Bulgarian-Macedonian National Educational and Cultural CenterWhen Patricia Penka Jordanoff French was a child, her mother would make her go to Bulgarian classes every...
Westmoreland Museum of American ArtThe Westmoreland Museum of American Art presides over Greensburg like a duchess—an elegant, columned...
Council of Three Rivers American Indian CenterThe rockets are gone now, and a wooded hilltop in rural Allegheny County has regained its timeless calm....

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