The event will be held Saturday October 7th, and Sunday October 8th.
For access to these buildings, please visit the General Event Tickets page of this website.



  • 707/709 Galleries

    707-709 Penn Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Allegheny County Courthouse

    436 Grant Street, (Enter through the Forbes Avenue archway, into the courtyard) (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Allegheny General Hospital

    320 East North Avenue (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Allegheny HYP Club

    619 William Penn Place (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Alphabet City/City of Asylum

    40 W. North Avenue (Northside)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • August Wilson Center

    980 Liberty Avenue (Downtown)

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Benedum Center for the Performing Arts

    237 7th Street (Downtown)

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Benedum Trees

    223 Fourth Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Blacksmith Studio

    900 Middle Street (Northside)

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • BNY Mellon Center (Innovation Center and Executive Levels)

    500 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Boggs Mansion

    604 W.North Ave. (Northside)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Bricolage Production Company

    937 Liberty Avenue, 1st Fl (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Burns White Center

    48 26th Street (Strip District)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Byers Hall

    901 Ridge Avenue (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Byham Theater

    101 6th Street (Downtown)

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Calvary United Methodist Church

    Allegheny Ave. (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • City Council Chambers

    414 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Oct 7: 10a-4p

    Oct 8: 10a-4p

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  • Contemporary Craft

    2100 Smallman Street (Strip District)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • COTERIE Company (at the Frick Building)

    437 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • David L. Lawrence Convention Center

    1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

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  • DesignGroup

    One Allegheny Square, Nova Tower One, Suite 102 (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

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  • Dollar Bank Fourth Avenue Building

    340 Fourth Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Embassy Suites (at the Oliver Building)

    535 Smithfield Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Fairmont Pittsburgh

    510 Market St. (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • First Lutheran Church

    615 Grant St (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • First National Bank

    100 Federal Street (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

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  • First Presbyterian Church

    320 Sixth Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Former Carnegie Free Library – Allegheny Branch

    6 Allegheny Square East (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Frick Building

    437 Grant St (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Heinz at 950 North Shore Apartments

    950 Progress Street (Front Lobby) (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Industrious Pittsburgh (at PPG Place)

    One PPG Place (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy

    422 Foreland St. (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Jones Hall

    808 Ridge Avenue (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Koppers Building

    436 Seventh Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Lotenero Art + Design

    2708 Penn Avenue (Strip District)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • MacLachlan Cornelius & Filoni Architects and Planners (at the Bank Tower Building)

    307 4th Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Mattress Factory

    505 Jacksonia St. (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

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  • Mayor’s Office

    414 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Oct 7: 10a-4p

    Oct 8: 10a-4p

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  • New Hazlett Theater

    6 Allegheny Square East (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Nova Place

    100 S Commons (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • NRG Energy Center Pittsburgh

    111 South Commons (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

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  • Old St. Patrick Church

    1711 Liberty Avenue (Strip District)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Oliver Building

    535 Smithfield Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Omni William Penn Hotel

    530 William Penn Place (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Penn Brewery

    800 Vinial St. (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

    2900 Liberty Avenue (Strip District)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

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  • Pittsburgh City-County Building

    414 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • PNC YMCA

    236 Fifth Ave. (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • PPG Place

    1 PPG Place (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Priory Hotel

    614 Pressley Street (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Renaissance Fulton Pittsburgh Hotel

    107 Sixth Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Rivers Club (at Oxford Centre)

    301 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • Saint Mary of Mercy Church

    Third Avenue at Stanwix Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Smith Brothers Building

    116 Federal Street (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

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  • Smithfield United Church of Christ

    620 Smithfield St. (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • SPACE Gallery

    812 Liberty Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

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  • St. Stanislaus Kostka

    57 21st Street (Strip District)

    Saturday: 10a-1p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • Teutonia Maennerchor

    857 Phineas St (Northside)

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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  • The Bank Tower

    307 Fourth Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • The Clemente Museum

    3339 Penn Avenue (Strip District)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

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  • The Elks Lodge

    400 Cedar Avenue (Northside)

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • The Grant Building

    310 Grant St (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • The Pennsylvanian

    1100 Liberty Avenue (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • The Yards at 3 Crossings

    2645 Railroad Street (Strip District)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Union National Bank Building

    306 Fourth Ave (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-1p

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  • Union Trust Building

    501 Grant Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Wigle Whiskey Barrelhouse & Whiskey Garden

    1055 Spring Garden Avenue (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

    Sunday: 10a-4p

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  • William Penn Snyder Home – Babb, Inc.

    850 Ridge Avenue (Northside)

    Saturday: 10a-4p

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  • Wood Street Galleries

    601 Wood Street (Downtown)

    Saturday: 1p-4p

    Sunday: 1p-4p

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City Council Chambers

Housed within the City-County Building, visitors will experience in the historic City Council Chamber room, with inlaid walnut that creates the Great Seal of Pittsburgh along the walls, while an ornate ceiling details the history of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods and past Mayors. PLEASE NOTE: The last tour of this area starts at 3:15 each day  

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Mayor’s Office

Housed in the City-County Building, the Office of the Mayor happily opens the doors during the Doors Open Pittsburgh weekend! Much of the furnishings guests will see throughout the Mayor’s Office and adjacent spaces are original to 1916 and designed by the architect Hornbostel, who architected the City-County Building. PLEASE NOTE:  The last tour of […]

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Fairmont Pittsburgh

Located at the heart of Pittsburgh’s business, cultural and dining hub, Fairmont Pittsburgh offers superb and distinctive guest services and accommodations in a luxury setting. With breathtaking views of PNC Park, the restored downtown and the Pittsburgh city skyline, our guests have the immediate feeling of truly being in the center of it all. From […]

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First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church is built on land granted by the heirs of William Penn. The current building is the fourth on the site. It is a Gothic Revival style patterned after Yorkminster Cathedral in England, under the direction of architect Theophilus P. Chandler of Philadelphia. The building’s unique combination of wood, stone, and glass continues […]

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Penn Brewery

Although the modern-day Penn Brewery was started in 1986, our roots actually lie far back in 1848, with the Eberhart and Ober families, Germans who settled in the Deutschtown neighborhood in the City of Allegheny, now Pittsburgh’s North Side. Three breweries originally operated on the site where Penn exists today, and these underwent various mergers, […]

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The Grant Building

The Grant Building was completed in 1929 and designed by Henry Hornbostel. The art deco building’s facade is built with Belgian granite, limestone, and brick. Please take note of the beacon on the top of the building.  It was famous for a radio antenna that rose roughly 100–150 feet from the roof of the tower […]

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Omni William Penn Hotel

The Omni William Penn is Pittsburgh’s premier historic hotel. The hotel opened on March 9, 1916, and has played a significant role in the history and growth of our city. The Omni William Penn has served as host over the years to numerous icons of business and industry. It was, and remains today a favorite […]

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Pittsburgh City-County Building

The City of Pittsburgh is proud to open the doors of the historic City-County Building to the public, allowing a unique behind the scenes look at the seat of Pittsburgh government – including the Mayor’s Office and City Council. Built from 1915-17, the City-County Building was designed by renowned architects Henry Hornbostel & Edward Lee […]

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First Lutheran Church

First Lutheran Church, formally established in 1837, traces its history in Pittsburgh to 1782. The current church structure was dedicated in 1888. Designed by Andrew Peebles, the Gothic Revival sandstone structure complements and was erected contemporaneously with H.H. Richardson’s masterpiece, the Allegheny County Courthouse. For a short time, its spire and the courthouse tower anchored […]

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Frick Building

Opened in 1902, the Frick Building was built by and named after Henry Clay Frick, an industrialist, founder of the HC Frick & Company (coke manufacturing). This led him to a partnership with Andrew Carnegie, serving as Chairman of the Carnegie Steel Company (the predecessor to US Steel). The Frick Building was designed by Chicago […]

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David L. Lawrence Convention Center

What began as a vision by a group of determined government in 1990, corporate and non-profit foundation leaders became a reality in September 2003 with the official dedication ceremony of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The opening of the 1.5 million square foot building was so anxiously anticipated by the convention and exposition industry […]

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Allegheny HYP Club

Built in 1894, the buildings originally contained 12 three-room apartments and served as worker’s row houses. Alumni of Harvard, Yale and Princeton had been active in western Pennsylvania for many years, but none of these individual groups were large enough to maintain their own club space. However in 1929, Pittsburgh architect Edward B. Lee, was […]

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Heinz at 950 North Shore Apartments

Amore Management Company, MCM Company, and The Ferchill Group announce a new, 151-unit loft apartment building on Pittsburgh’s North Shore that combines the iconic history of H.J. Heinz’s original headquarters, stunning architectural elements, green building practices, and a convenient, walkable, urban location. The building, constructed in Romanesque Revival Style in 1930, originally served as the […]

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Boggs Mansion

The Boggs Mansion was built for Russell Boggs in 1888 by famed architect Richardson and his apprentice for a cost of $88,000.00 and now $3,000,000,00 in today’s money. It have been restored into a beautiful boutique hotel for guest to experience how a millionaire lived back in those days. Mr. Bogg’s fortune was made as […]

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Rivers Club (at Oxford Centre)

Located in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh and overlooking the Monongahela River, Rivers Club offers busy professionals a first-class business, dining and athletic club experience. Established in 1983, the Club features a personalized atmosphere where Members feel comfortable and confident. The Club is actually two clubs in one. A business & dining club comprised of […]

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BNY Mellon Center (Innovation Center and Executive Levels)

BNY Mellon Center is a 55-story, 725 foot tall skyscraper located at 500 Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh. Completed in June 1984, it is the second-tallest building in the city (U.S. Steel tower is taller, with 65 floors) and was initially planned to be the world headquarters of the Dravo Corporation (now Carmeuse Corporation) by […]

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Smithfield United Church of Christ

Situated on a Penn Family land grant, Smithfield United Church of Christ is home to Pittsburgh’s oldest congregation (1782). Built as the German Evangelical Protestant Church and designed by Henry Hornbostel, this building, dedicated in 1927, is the fifth home to our congregation on this site. A true skyscraper, the steel frame and curtain wall […]

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Koppers Building

The Koppers Building is a historical building, commissioned by Andrew W. Mellon. Groundbreaking took place in the fall of 1927 and was ready for occupancy in the spring of 1929. The design was by the architectural firm Graham, Anderson, Probst and White, with E.P. Mellon serving as advisory architect, and the general contractor was Mellon […]

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Saint Mary of Mercy Church

Saint Mary of Mercy Church is the Roman Catholic church in Downtown Pittsburgh. The church building was completed in the Fall of 1936. In fact, the building was under construction during the great Saint Patrick’s Day flood of 1936 and there is a marker near the entrance of the church indicating the water level at […]

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Smith Brothers Building

The Smith Brothers Building (originally the Boggs Building) was constructed by Russell H. Boggs, and designed by architect, Charles Bickel. It was built in 1910-1011 by the Cuthbert Brothers. With its ornamental terra-cotta facades, the Smith Brothers Building serves as a fine example of Classical Revival Style architecture. Lindsey, Miles and Bronson Smith, founders of […]

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The Clemente Museum

The Clemente Museum is located inside historic Engine House 25. It houses the world’s largest collection of Roberto Clemente memorabilia including photographs, documents, awards, including other artifacts. The building is also home to Engine House 25 Wines and Rieder Photography ( a commercial photography studio).

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Priory Hotel

The Priory Hotel started life in 1888 as the St. Mary’s Priory, a monastery and resting place for traveling Benedictine monks and priests. It was transformed by the Graf family in 1986 into the Priory Hotel, a European-style boutique hotel. In 2011, the Grafs expanded the hotel with a new addition, increasing in size from 25 […]

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Old St. Patrick Church

Was founded in 1808. The present building was built in 1936. It was dedicated on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 1936 – also the day of the great flood in the City of Pittsburgh. It has one of the most beautiful gardens with Statuary in the City of Pittsburgh. La Scala Sancta (The Holy Stairs) […]

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William Penn Snyder Home – Babb, Inc.

The William Penn Snyder Mansion was at one time a single family home on what was known as Millionaire’s Row. The home, built in 1911, boasted a ballroom, early air conditioning, push-button elevator, central vacuum system, and an integral garage. The home sat empty from about 1921 to 1930, when an insurance company purchased the […]

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The Bank Tower

Now known as The Bank Tower, the building was built in 1902 as the Peoples Savings Bank. Designed by he renowned firm of Alden and Harlow, it is constructed with a steel frame covered with granite and brick. The building now houses a variety of commercial office tenants.

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Dollar Bank Fourth Avenue Building

The oldest surviving bank structure on Fourth Avenue, this Beaux Arts beauty has been continuously owned and operated by Dollar Bank since the building opened. The center portion of the building was designed by Philadelphia architect Isaac H. Hobbs and built in 1870.  Its façade contains more than 14,000 tons of brownstone quarried in Portland, […]

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Former Carnegie Free Library – Allegheny Branch

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is excited to join Doors Open Pittsburgh in showcasing the Former Carnegie Free Library – Allegheny Branch. The Children’s Museum will share its preliminary renovation plans for the 1890 building and reveal some of the historic beauty hidden beneath a 1970’s renovation. The Museum now sees over 306,000 visitors a year. […]

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707/709 Galleries

A project of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and managed by the Trust’s Education and Community Engagement department, 709 Penn Gallery features exhibits by local and regional artists working in multiple disciplines. 709 Penn Gallery is located at 709 Penn Avenue near the intersection of Penn and Seventh Street.

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SPACE Gallery

A vital component of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Visual Arts programming, SPACE presents five to six exhibitions annually, offering emerging artists an opportunity to advance projects in a supportive setting. While SPACE does not actively commission new works, many artists that exhibit work at SPACE are provided with resources — labor, technology and guidance, as […]

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Wood Street Galleries

Through an agreement with the Port Authority of Pittsburgh, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust leases the upper floors of the former Max Azen Company building, above the Wood Street subway station, and operates the Wood Street Galleries. Opened in 1992, the galleries feature two floors of exhibition and performance space, and subsidized office space for emerging […]

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August Wilson Center

The sleekly modern August Wilson Center for African American Culture. built in 2008, is a multi-purpose venue featuring three art galleries, a 492-seat theater for performances in all genres, meeting areas, and unique educational opportunities for the young and old alike. The AWC mission is to honor and support the important cultural contributions of African […]

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Byham Theater

Originally built in 1903 as the Gayety Theater, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust purchased this 1300-seat venue, then called the Fulton Theater, in 1988. The Trust renovated and reopened the Fulton Theater in 1991. The theater was renamed the Byham Theater in 1995, in recognition of a gift from William C. and Carolyn M. Byham. Today, […]

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Benedum Center for the Performing Arts

The Benedum Center for the Performing Arts, a Pittsburgh Cultural Trust theater, is a focal point of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. The 2,800-seat theater is home to Pittsburgh Cultural Trust presentations including PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh, Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents, and Highmark First Night Pittsburgh. The Trust also provides priority programming dates on the Benedum […]

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Allegheny County Courthouse

A National Historic Landmark, the Allegheny County Courthouse is considered among the finest examples of Romanesque Revival and includes Syrian arches, Byzantine capitals, late French Gothic dormer windows, and French Renaissance roofs. One of its most striking attributes is the bell tower, which rises more than 229 feet above Grant Street. The Grand Staircase & […]

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Byers Hall

The Flemish Renaissance mansion was the former Byers-Lyon House which was actually two houses designed as separate wings. The wings are in an “L” shape with columns surrounding a central garden. This created a unique entrance to the grounds. The house, dated to 1898, was built by Alexander McBurney Byers and he, his wife, and family […]

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Jones Hall

The mansion, currently part of Community College of Allegheny County’s Allegheny Campus, was formerly the B.F. Jones, Jr. house. His dad, B.F. Jones, Sr. is better known as a co-owner of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company. It was built in 1908 and is one of the last great houses of the industrial millionaires on […]

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Benedum Trees

Benedum-Trees Building, at 19 stories tall, was built in 1905. The building was commissioned by Pittsburgh attorney H. A. Machesney. Designed by Tomas H. Scott, the buildings stands at 19 stories tall. It was originally called the Machesney Building, until 1911 when it became the headquarters of the Benedum Trees Oil Company. For the next […]

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Mattress Factory

The Mattress Factory is a museum of contemporary art located in 3 gallery buildings in Pittsburgh’s North Side Mexican War Streets neighborhood. The Mattress Factory is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Since its founding in 1977, the museum has shown over 750 artists. In 1983, as the first museum in the world to collect […]

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Allegheny General Hospital

Opening its doors in 1885 with modest facilities and medical resources, Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) in Pittsburgh has evolved from 50 beds inside of two adjoining brick homes into one of the country’s premier health-care institutions. Through the decades, our talented and expert physicians and health-care professionals have always dedicated themselves to providing patients with […]

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Burns White Center

A flagship building in the new, 16-acre mixed-use 3 Crossings development, Burns White Center is an 110,000 square-foot ‘urban flex’ facility built on a former brownfield site on the Allegheny River in the Strip District. Located at the crossroads of 26th and Railroad streets, the firm is part of the Strip District’s expansion—an intensive effort […]

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Wigle Whiskey Barrelhouse & Whiskey Garden

American whiskey was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Throughout the 1700 and 1800s, Western Pennsylvania was the epicenter of American Whiskey production. Wigle is named for one of those pioneering Pennsylvania distillers. In the 1790s, Phillip Wigle defended his right to distill in a tussle with a tax collector. He unwittingly helped spark the Whiskey Rebellion, […]

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Industrious Pittsburgh (at PPG Place)

Industrious is a premium shared office, blending inviting hospitality and modern design with stunning views to provide an unparalleled office experience. Members enjoy the productivity of a private office and the energizing atmosphere of a close community. Industrious members come from diverse industries including creative agencies, growing start-ups, and professional services firms in real estate, […]

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Alphabet City/City of Asylum

City of Asylum is building Alphabet City® Center — a home for writers, readers, and neighbors — that includes spaces for readings and performances, writing workshops and residencies, as well as a restaurant (Casellula Wine & Cheese Cafe) and an independent bookstore (City of Asylum Bookstore). City of Asylum @ Alphabet City is a hub […]

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James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy

James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy has a rich history of music, food & social importance. With a bar built during prohibition, to hosting the first interracial school dance & all the way to being the last top for the biggest names in jazz, James Street has seen it all. Upon entering you will immediately see […]

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Union National Bank Building

The Union National Bank building at 306 Fourth Avenue at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Wood Streets was constructed in 1906. Designed by the architectural firm of MacClure & Spahr, the building displays an austere version of the Classical Revival style, executed in gray granite. MacClure & Spahr was one of the most prominent […]

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Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

Pittsburgh Ballet Theater at 2900 Liberty Avenue is located in the Strip District neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh. When this building was constructed in 1923, it was surrounded by a densely packed area of warehouses and industrial facilities, residences, Department of Public Works facilities, and the railyard of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Before this construction, […]

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PNC YMCA

At the Y, we’re so much more than just a gym. We are a cause. A powerful change agent in our community focusing our impact in the areas of Youth Development, Healthy Living, Social Responsibility and Leadership Development.  Visit our 7-year old facility.

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Calvary United Methodist Church

Calvary was opened in 1893, and is situated in the Allegheny West neighborhood of the Northside.  It boasts a beautiful interior, complete with one of the largest Tiffany stained glass pieces ever made. The church has been designated a Historical Landmark.

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The Elks Lodge

Allegheny Lodge No. 339 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) was chartered on April 9, 1896. Initially meeting in rented quarters, the lodge purchased the George Metzgar mansion at 400 Cedar Avenue in 1901. Shortly thereafter, the lodge engaged noted Pittsburgh architect William Snaman to convert the 1860s Metzgar home into “one […]

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Union Trust Building

The Union Trust Building, built in 1915, was one of three buildings erected by coal and steel magnate Henry Clay Frick. Frick advised his architect Frederick Osterling to draw inspiration from Europe’s Flemish Gothic style of architecture. June 23, 2016 marks the building’s Grand Opening following its $100 million dollar restoration, still in progress. This […]

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COTERIE Company (at the Frick Building)

COTERIE Company is located on the 20th Floor Penthouse of the Henry Clay Frick Building. COTERIE is a co-working and event space that caters to women small business owners and the aesthetic is beautiful. Henry Clay Frick constructed what was the tallest building in Downtown Pittsburgh and opened doors to the Frick Building in 1902. […]

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The Yards at 3 Crossings

The Yards at 3 Crossings is Pittsburgh’s freshest riverfront apartment residence stocked with the amenities you are looking for and then some. This 300-unit pet-friendly community invites residents to relax in the sustainably designed and modern studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. The Yards at 3 Crossings has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) […]

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First National Bank

First National Bank (FNB) is committed to innovation, which is on full display at their newly renovated location at 100 Federal Street. The Northside Office integrates technology and premium service to deliver a consultative and educational, rather than transaction-oriented, experience. Stop in to see FNB’s bright, open and modern design and state-of the art banking […]

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Contemporary Craft

Contemporary Craft is a cultural anchor at the Smallman and 21st Street entrance to the historic Produce Terminal building. Contemporary Craft was established in 1971 by Elizabeth Rockwell Raphael to broaden opportunities for craft artists to exhibit and sell their work. The impetus behind its creation was the belief that many artists working with traditional […]

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NRG Energy Center Pittsburgh

District Energy plant was built by Equitable Gas Company in 1965 to produce steam and chilled water for Allegheny Center development (currently Nova Place). Through the years Allegheny General Hospital, Community College of Allegheny County and PNC Park have been added to the system. The plant still features two steam driven chillers in addition to […]

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Lotenero Art + Design

This is the open studio and exhibition space of artist Michael Lotenero. This building was remodeled by Michael and his designer/contractors Great Space/Pittsburgh ( Joedda McClain and Jay Latterman). Michael has been working as a painter and designer for over 20 years. His work has been exhibited in various galleries and museums throughout the country […]

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Embassy Suites (at the Oliver Building)

Built in to the architectural wonder of the 100 year old Henry Oliver Building is Pittsburgh newest full service hotel, the Embassy Suites by Hilton – Pittsburgh Downtown! Be sure to see the 25 Floor Hotel Lobby and visit Ollie’s while there to see the best views of the Cultural District in Downtown!

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Teutonia Maennerchor

The Teutonia Männerchor is a private membership club with the purpose of furthering choral singing, German cultural traditions and good fellowship.  The singing society was founded in 1854 for German singing. The building was built in 1888, with the hall used for singing and special events. In the 1930’s the basement was excavated to become […]

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Oliver Building

The Henry W. Oliver Building was built from 1907-1910 by Daniel Burnham. Before you enter, notice the impressive terra cotta clad over the steel frame structure. Henry Oliver planned that the building would serve to consolidate the management of his steel and coal operations, and as a way to leave a mark on the city’s growing skyline. […]

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Renaissance Fulton Pittsburgh Hotel

Welcome to the historic Renaissance Fulton Pittsburgh Downtown Hotel, an inspirational landmark among Pittsburgh hotels that balances the classic architecture of the Fulton Building with a sleek, modern design for today’s traveler. With a coveted riverfront location in the heart of downtown’s Cultural District, we are within walking distance of PNC Park, Andy Warhol Museum […]

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The Pennsylvanian

The Pennsylvanian is a historic train station that was one of several passenger rail stations that served Pittsburgh during the 20th century. The station building was designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham and built 1898–1904. The most extraordinary feature of the monumental train station is the Rotunda with corner pavilions. In September 1978, The New […]

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New Hazlett Theater

The Hazlett Theater was built in 1889 as the Carnegie Music Hall and was dedicated by President Benjamin Harrison. The Theater is part of a historic landmark that also originally housed one of the first Carnegie Free Libraries in the country. In 1967, community activism prevented the demolition of the building and funds were secured […]

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Nova Place

The site that Nova Place rests on has historic roots and was originally a walkable city. The 36-block city was planned by John Redick in 1784, complete with common grazing areas for livestock. Years later, with WWII straining the country and suburbia extracting prominent families from the cities, the city needed to adjust with the […]

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Bricolage Production Company

937 Liberty Avenue was probably built between 1900-1916. The building was home to Schume’s Turkish bath house. Some American bathhouses existed for the purpose of health and cleanliness, while others were seedier scenes. Schume’s stood apart because it walked the line between these two extremes. In the 1960s, Liberty Avenue devolved to a sex den […]

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PPG Place

The gleaming glass and steel structures, known worldwide for their breathtaking design, were developed by John Burgee Architects with the internationally renowned architect Philip Johnson from New York. This complex with its thicket of 231 spires was designed to weave into the architecture of Pittsburgh and recall the city’s great buildings, such as the Cathedral […]

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MacLachlan Cornelius & Filoni Architects and Planners (at the Bank Tower Building)

Late in 1889 a very determined and confident young man opened an architectural office on his own… and began to change the face of Pittsburgh and the role we, as architects, play in designing the world around you. Edward Stotz (who once shook hands with Geronimo) was just 21 years old and had never been […]

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St. Stanislaus Kostka

Present Church building was dedicated in 1892 and on July 16, 2017 we will have a celebration with Bishop Zubik to mark our 125th anniversary. It is especially famous for it magnificent stain glass windows. The architectural style is a blend of Romanesque and Baroque with Byzantine influences. The stained glass figure windows were produced […]

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DesignGroup

DesignGroup’s newly opened Pittsburgh office is located in Nova Place on the North Shore. Nova Place was once a mall but has been successfully re-purposed as a major office hub. We are very excited to be a part of this unique space and occupy an office on the first floor of Tower One. Founded in […]

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Blacksmith Studio

The earliest records of the building was discovered in the 1867/68 Allegheny City Directory which shows George Schneider, Blacksmith, Middle and Second. In the 1868/69 Directory it shows John Schmittdiel of Schmittdiel & Co. Second and Middle and it also shows Schmittdiel & Snider, horseshoers, 61 Second. This suggest that George owned a horseshoing business […]

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