Heinz History Center Now through Dec. 31, save 20% on any new or gift membership! Everyone who purchases a membership will automatically be entered win a special Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum basket, complete with two tickets to a Pittsburgh Penguins game!
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 Museum Shop. 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.
View of the Senator John Heinz History Center from Pittsburgh's Strip District. This history center also features the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, as well as the library and archives, and includes six floors of permanent and changing exhibitions that tell the story of Western Pennsylvania.
Devoted to the history and heritage of Western Pennsylvania, the Senator John Heinz History Center is Pennsylvania’s largest history museum and a proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. The six-floor, 275,000-square-foot museum and research facility – recently named “Best Museum” by the readers of Pittsburgh Magazine ...
Main Photo Courtesy of the Heinz History Center Interactive Exhibits With six floors of exciting exhibits and activities, the Heinz History Center is the perfect place to learn from the past while making unforgettable family memories.
These include the Heinz History Center itself, along with the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, the Fort Pitt Musuem, the Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Historic Village, the Detre Library & Archives, and the Museum Conservation Center.
My wife and I spent many hours in the Heinz History Center on a recent visit to Pittsburgh. I was especially impressed with the "neighborhoods" sections, which not only included a Mr. Rogers area, but artifacts about the different ethnic groups that lived in Pittsburgh.
Like any great museum, the Heinz History Center has an excellent gift shop, featuring many of the iconic brands you’d associate with Pittsburgh. Gift shop at the Heinz History Center. From Iron City to Mister Rogers, you’re sure to find a memorable souvenir in the Heinz History Center gift shop.
Our first observation after entering the Heinz History Center was that it was much like the popular Smithsonian Museums in Washington DC. But instead of having separate buildings for each theme as in our nation's capital, the Heinz History Center has everything in one building.