Pittsburgh's ultimate history tour: order below

So, you think you know Pittsburgh?

Join us for a jaw-dropping, rousing—sometimes hilarious—walking tour through a historic stretch of downtown Pittsburgh. We take you to the actual sites where astounding events changed the world.  Order below.

Virtual Tour: If your group can't come on our walking tour, we'll bring our Virtual Pittsburgh History Tour to you--one of our tour guides will come to your group to tell Pittsburgh's amazing story. More here.

Geo. Washington, Braddock, Pa.
Why this tour: Pittsburgh was born in a colonial era power struggle between two superpowers who knew that whoever controlled the Point—where three rivers meet—would control the continent. Our city became an industrial colossus that built a mighty nation. It is the city of Carnegie, Frick, Westinghouse and Heinz; the cradle of the American labor movement; a main terminal of the Underground Railroad; the high water mark of the Whiskey Rebellion; and the birthplace of the national Republican Party, started here to stop the spread of slavery. Native son and historian David McCullough said it best--Pittsburgh is the indispensable American city. 

Too many folks don't know there used to be a steel mill in Homestead that dominated an industry; they've never heard of Jonas Salk, much less that he eradicated polio here;  they think Roberto Clemente is a bridge, Arnold Palmer is a drink, and Warhol is a museum. Pittsburgh's story grows dimmer with each passing year--we think it's a story worth telling. 

What they're saying about our sister tour, Haunted Pittsburgh: "This isn’t a tacky tourist trap . . . . This walking tour dives deep into Pittsburgh history to unearth forgotten tales, many starring some of the city’s most prominent citizens — and all featuring a good scare or two. Prepare to learn a few juicy Steel City secrets." Pittsburgh Magazine. Read more here.


Orders are not being taken yet--watch this space for details.