3339 Penn Avenue Doughboy Square Pittsburgh, PA 15201 +1 412 621 1268
Curator Duane Rider has spent a major part of his life collecting Roberto Clemente memorabilia. Once his ever-expanding collection couldn't find any more room in his house, he decided to make it public through the Roberto Clemente Museum. The museum, aided by the support of Roberto Clemente's wife Vera Clemente, has a complete collection of photographs (Duane Rider was a commercial photographer himself), balls, statues, caps and jerseys, all forming an integral part of Roberto Clemente's baseball career. Having loved and vowed Pittsburgh natives for 12 years through his performances for the Pirates, the museum hopes to preserve his memories, which in turn last forever. The museum is open by appointment only.
812 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 +1 412 325 7723
Located at Liberty Avenue, Space Art Gallery tries to bring art lovers around Downtown Pittsburgh together. Some of the best Aboriginal art in the city can be found at Space Art Gallery. Providing impetus to artists from native Pittsburgh and outside, the gallery showcases both photographic and drawing on canvases alike. Since 2004, events organized by Space have been extremely well received. Check website for timely events.
1711 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 +1 412 431 3337
The fine art on display at the La Fond Galleries in Downtown Pittsburgh has made many take notice. The gallery features works of over 15 artists. Ensuring that there are always enough paintings to marvel at, the collection undergoes timely updates. The artists displayed here have their works scattered not only around America but across the seven seas all the same. From vast horizons to complex color combinations, it wouldn't be long before a visit is on the cards, or a re-visit for that matter.
4735 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 +1 412 687 2102
Located at Butler Street, Framery is a gallery boasting of a collection that spreads across 800 square feet. Timely art exhibitions are hosted by the gallery to keep Pittsburgh art lovers posted on the latest development in the field. Aside from selling the art on show, Framery also helps you provide your favorite pictures in life a permanent place on the walls by exquisitely framing them, personifying those memories with ever lasting class.
184 39th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 +1 412 683 2169
Curators Ken Stowell and Christina Gillespie are chief contributors to BluBrix. Sharing a common passion for photography, their works are on show at this 39th Street store adjacent to the Allegheny River. Along with photography works from their tours home and abroad, there are also paintings having rich amounts of acrylic in them. Combining the acrylic paintings and photography are some mixed media artwork too. Christina Gillespie also has a variety of manipulation photography on show. There is also an option to buy the exhibits through various payment methods. The gallery is open by appointment only, so do call before visiting.
614 Pressley Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 +1 412 323 9394
Previously a church, the Pittsburgh Grand Hall at the Priory opened to the public in 1995 and has since always been in the news. As the name suggests, Grand Hall is a beautifully decorated hall that hosts banquets, conferences and business meetings. It is also the place to hold trade shows and other events. The colored mosaic glass windows are huge and the gigantic pillars disappear into the roof! The view from the gallery above, overlooking the hall is just gorgeous. The glitter and glamor of the place is bound to leave anyone with good memories.
5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 +1 412 268 2000
Founded in 1900 and located on a picturesque campus that sprawls over 140 acres, the Carnegie Mellon University has a student strength of 10,000. The prestigious university has a strong athletics team participating in various sporting events and meets. The football field, tennis courts, gymnasium and weight training rooms are added facilities. Carnegie Mellon Events promotes campus organizations to announce and conduct college programs.
1212 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 +1 412 454 6000
The Senator John Heinz History Center is the largest museum and research center in Pennsylvania. The architecture of the building is steeped in history with memorabilia all over the museum walls. The Library & Archives section feature a specially collected section of historical annals and records. Founded in 1884, the center has been preserved and maintained by the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania and has a number of prestigious awards to its credit. The center also features the vast Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Museum of rural life which is involved with archaeological researches as well as a Sports Museum. You can also use the facility for hosting private gatherings, wedding receptions and trade shows alike.
Five Hot Metal Street The South Side Pittsburgh, PA 15203 +1 412 432 1420
The Circuit Center and Ballroom is a beautiful venue that has a variety of uses. From lunch or dinner receptions, to weddings, corporate events or even dance parties. Be it any event, the Center is equipped to meet all needs with its latest technology and prompt service. It comprises of a huge 8000 sq.ft level floor space which is available for rental. It can seat 400-600 guests. Also, a comprehensive menu of the choicest dishes has been prepared to suit all events. The Circuit Center and Ballroom is managed and operated by the Fluted Mushroom.
425 Cinema Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15203 +1 412 481 1750
South Side Works is a famous residential, business and entertainment complex. The centre features exceptional dining spots, shopping destinations, cinema complexes and a lot of other leisure spots. This landmark is also known for the numerous events it hosts in its spacious premises the year round. From shopping fests to food and drink events, promotional activities to movie premiers and gigs-this space is usually abuzz with activity. Whatever the reason may be, there is no room for boredom for visitors at South Side Works.
Hartwood Acres is a 629 acre Allegheny County Park, with
one of the largest country estates in the region. Hartwood includes a Tudor Mansion cottage, stable and gate lodge, and inside the mansion is a collection of original English ...
Highland Park attracts joggers and walkers every morning. The park
offers 403 acres with a reservoir that is the perfect place to run laps. There are many woodland trails, a swimming pool, tennis courts, softball field, 10 playgrounds and ...
Over five acres of lawns, gardens and historic buildings make
up the Frick Art and Historical Center, which is adjacent to part of the sprawling Frick Park. Attractions and landmarks in the Center include the Frick Art Museum, the ...