PITTSBURGH'S SECRETS REVEALED!
SO, YOU THINK YOU KNOW PITTSBURGH?
Join us for a jaw-dropping, hilarious walking tour into Pittsburgh's astounding, largely unknown past. The dean of Pittsburgh tour guides, Haydn Thomas, tells you Pittsburgh's story as you've never heard it.
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WHEN: WATCH THIS SPACE--NEW TOUR SOON!
WHERE: Downtown Pittsburgh--the front of the City-County Building 414 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. Tours go rain or shine, and we start on time. (Sorry, there are no public restrooms available at the City-County Building at the time we do our tours).
COST: This event is FREE to the public. If you like it, feel free to tip Prof. Incredible at the end.
RESERVE A SPOT: Contact us to let us know if you would like to come--we'll get right back to you to confirm. Hurry--spots are running out!
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The tour traverses a trail downtown Pittsburgh that we call the "Miracle Mile"--because an astounding number of events occurred there that changed the world. We take you to sites associated with: ●The infamous Homestead strike, and the worst day in American labor history. ●How Major James Grant sent hundreds of soldiers to their deaths in one of the stupidest attacks in military history--and even after the French captured him, he wrote to his commanding General asking for a promotion (and, yes, Grant Street is named after him). ●How George Westinghouse gave his revolutionary air brake a hair-raising, unplanned tryout--to save a man's life. ●The time when Pittsburghers prevented a full-blown civil war at the high water mark of the Whiskey Rebellion--by throwing a picnic and getting the rebels drunk. ●How abolitionists launched the national Republican Party in Pittsburgh to stop the spread of slavery. ●We'll show you the site downtown where the modern zombie craze was born -- fans of "Walking Dead" et al. take note. ●We'll show you where the Lewis and Clark expedition really started--and tell you the unbelievable story of why Meriwether Lewis couldn't wait to get out of Pittsburgh. And much more. This is Pittsburgh history on steroids!
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