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.
Adjacent to the Monongahela River, this site was the primary battleground between the Pinkertons and the locked-out steelworkers. For more information about the Battle of Homestead, try our Battle of Homestead Walking Tour. Directly across the river from the start of this tour are the Carrie Furnaces, a National Historic Landmark.
This three-mile walking tour takes place at the Waterfront development in Homestead, West Homestead, and Munhall, PA, the former site of the Homestead Works. The tour loop conveniently begins and ends at the Pump House & Water Tower, the site of the “Battle of Homestead” (located at 880 East Waterfront Drive). This site is located across the street from the US Steel Research and Technology Center.
|Cell phone tour >||Free *|
|MP3 tour >||Coming soon!|
* Compliments of Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area and PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.