Senator John Heinz History Center Coupons and Deals
$15 for a Visit for Two (Up to $30 Value) The Tet Offensive. Electric Ladyland. The assassinations of MLK and RFK. As part of the visiting 1968: The Year That Rocked America, authentic exhibits and artifacts retell the tale of one of the most pivotal 365-day stretches of the 20th century. Listen to the stirring words of Dr. Martin Luther King's final speech, design a psychedelic album cover, or inspect more than 100 historical items including a 20-foot Bell UH-1H "Huey" helicopter that flew missions in Vietnam and real Apollo 8 mission artifacts. The exhibit also examines local events that ...
You may call Pittsburgh home, but do you know why there's an "h" at the end of the Steel City's name? Use today's deal from the Senator John Heinz History Center to find out why: Pay $28 (regularly $57) for an individual year-long membership, or round up the kids and pay $42 (regularly $85) for a year-long family membership valid for two adults and all dependent children. Membership benefits include access to the Smithsonian-affiliated Heinz History Center, Fort Pitt Museum, the Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village; 10% off the gift shop and cafe; discounted parking; and a year's subscription to Smithsonian and Western Pennsylvania History magazines. Pennsylvania's largest history museum also houses the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum and Library & Archives. Located in the Strip District, this six-floor center is home to both long-term and rotating exhibits with an eye for Pittsburgh's ever-changing and monumental history. Hop aboard a 1940's streetcar or get to know the Steel Curtain -- you'll fall in love with Pittsburgh all over again. Want more? Check out Senator John Heinz History Center on Facebook.