PHONE 412.237.3400 . ADDRESS One Allegheny Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15212. Explore the History Center's past and present blockbuster exhibitions from the comfort of your computer screen! Museum of Modern Art. Hours Temporarily closed until further notice. Control your virtual experience by moving the camera up-and-down and side-to-side, as well as zooming in and zooming out. The Heinz History Center offers a generous assortment of virtual tours and videos of the museum exhibits.

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Explore Mars. ... the Heinz History Center has you covered with an array of virtual history offerings. When Carolyn highlighted the History Uncorked Toys exhibit, Brandon was quick to recall games and toys including Hungry Hippo and Rock'Em Sock'Em Robots. Virtual Tour of Heinz History Center Merakey AVS’s Zapp Program Instructor Carolyn Ging recently hosted a virtual tour and discussion of the Heinz History Center. Click here for the Heinz History Center. Watch the entire tour or go section by section to learn more about each decade and the toys that influenced them. The Vatican. The San Diego Zoo. The Frick Pittsburgh – Virtual Experiences. Worldwide Tours. ... Then tour three recreated villages to learn what life was like for our earliest ancestors. Great Wall of China. Join Heinz History Center President and CEO Andy Masich for an up-close, behind-the-scenes tour of the We Can Do It!WWII exhibition. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Heinz History Center is the state’s largest history museum and part of a family of museums that includes the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, Fort Pitt Museum, Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village, Detre Library & Archives, and the Museum Conservation Center. Starting on Saturday, February 1, 2020 and running for nine and a half weeks thru Tuesday, April 7, 2020, the exhibit will be available to the general public, school groups, and social clubs. Driving Tours around Pittsburgh! Learn more about Kennywood, Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures, and World War II, for example.
Spend an afternoon – or longer – touring the Heinz History Center right from the comfort of your couch. The Louvre. Please check back for updates. The Smithsonian. Watch the entire tour or go section by section to learn more about Pittsburgh’s incredible role during WWII. Discover 250 years of Pittsburgh history at the Heinz History Center, Pennsylvania’s largest history museum & an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. Home. Heinz History Center.