Senator John Heinz History Center
Heinz History Center Exhibits
Pittsburgh: A Tradition of Innovation The ongoing exhibit at the Senator John Heinz History Center chronicles the influential role that Pittsburgh has played within the country and the realms of Pop Culture.
The H.J. Heinz Company An expanded 2014 exhibit at the Senator John Heinz History Center showcases the important role that the ketchup giant played in the development of the prepared foods industry.
Pittsburgh and World War II: We Can Do It! A 2015 exhibit at the Heinz History Center pays homage to the city’s role during World War II as well as the men and women who contributed to the war effort.
The Arabia: Pittsburgh's Lost Steamboat The Steel City-built Arabia capsized in the Missouri River in 1856, not to be seen again until excavated by a family of treasure hunters over 130 years later.
Poptastic! The Art of Burton Morris The Heinz History Center honored one of Pittsburgh’s best known talents with a 2013 exhibit that showcased his Pop Art creations of both local and national significance.
Geek Pittsburgh Photo Galleries
Pittsburgh: A Tradition of Innovation Exhibit Photo gallery featuring highlights from the ongoing exhibit at the Heinz History Center that chronicles the role that Pittsburgh has played throughout the centuries.