The bold 19th century stone facade of the enormous Philadelphia Museum of Art houses more than 200,000 pieces, in one of the largest collections in the U.S.
Robber-Baron-turned-Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie shaped Pittsburgh with his steel empire a century ago, but today his legacy lives on through the local institutions of
Albert Barnes was a doctor and business man in the first half of the 20th century who made his fortune on an antiseptic called Argyrol. He was also man of very particular
4 of 5 stars
A museum devoted entirely to the study of the United States Constitution, the National Constitution Center brings history to life with theatrical performances, films, and priceless artifacts.
The railroad takes you through strasburg. You see beautiful amish farm land. The ride is very comfortable. The shops are wonderful. At the gift shop you can find
This Museum was a complete mystery to me. As we walked in to get our tickets the woman told us that Victoria Wyeth, granddaughter of Andrew had just gone with a tour to
Now it is time to travel down to Station Square and take a ride on a Pittsburgh landmark. The Duquesne Heights Incline has been associated with the city for decades and
See how far medicine has come at the Mutter Museum, an archive of 19th century medical history, and a creepy collection of human specimens, wax models, and antique surgical equipment.
No tour, crowded, only for little kids. Our time stamp on the entrance ticket was off by two hours, so when we complained 15 minutes later (we asked when we bought the
Spend a quiet afternoon contemplating this museum-sized tribute to the sculpture of Auguste Rodin, including a cast of his most famous work, “The Thinker.”