Featured as one of the “Ten Days That Unexpectedly Changed America” on the History Channel, the 1892 Battle of Homestead walking tour provides detailed accounts of the events before, during and after the battle between the locked-out steelworkers and the Pinkertons.
In 1970, Helen had The Frick Art Museum constructed to allow public enjoyment of her art collection. Open to the public in 1990, Clayton now welcomes over 100,000 visitors a year and provides them with an intimate glimpse into the life of the Frick family a century ago.
With its concentration of major historic
buildings and modern skyscrapers,
Grant Street is downtown Pittsburgh’s
Enjoy a peaceful walk along the Monongahela River and through the Waterfront’s retail district to learn about the remaining artifacts from one of the world’s largest steel mills: the Homestead Works.
Mellon Square is nationally significant as a masterwork of Modern design and as the first park to be created as the roof of a new parking garage.
Sprout Public Art is a community mural program that improves the image of the Pittsburgh region by enhancing the visual landscape of neighborhoods in Pittsburgh and the surrounding communities of Allegheny County by creating high quality public art. Tour the 31 murals created by local artists.
The mission of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is to enrich a growing public through innovative and collaborative approaches to the collection, preservation, and presentation of American art.