Pittsburgh's ultimate history tour: order below

So, you think you know Pittsburgh?

Join us for a jaw-dropping, rousing, and hilarious walking tour through a historic stretch of downtown Pittsburgh. We take you to the actual sites where astounding events changed the world.  This is Pittsburgh history on steroids.

Geo. Washington, Braddock, Pa.
WHEN: Sunday August 13 at 1 pm. The tour runs approximately 90 minutes. It is open to the first 20 people, and it is free. 

WHERE:  The tour starts downtown Pittsburgh -- The City-County Building 414 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (at the statue of Mayor Caliguiri). Tours go rain or shine. 

Pittsburgh was hatched in the cauldron of a colonial era power struggle between two superpowers.They knew that whichever of them controlled the Point would control the continent -- and they were right. In the decades that followed, 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 to stop the spread of slavery. Native son and historian David McCullough said it best: Pittsburgh is the indispensable American city. 

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. If you'd like to arrange our tour guide to come to your group, write to us at historicpittsburgh@yahoo.com or call 412-821-2026.

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.

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