Kids are FREE each Sunday in June, thanks to UPMC.
All children age 17 and under receive free admission to see the History Center’s six floors of award-winning exhibitions and interactive learning spaces.
Zoom down a 12-foot spiral “Liberty Tune” slide, nicknamed the “Liberty Tube,” in the first-floor Kidsburgh play zone.
Throw a touchdown pass to legendary Steelers and score the winning goal for the Penguins inside the two-floor Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum.
Innovate new products using aluminum, design Pop Art, and construct bridges in the interactive Discovery Place exhibition. Explore the Neighborhood of Make-Believe featuring the original set and puppets from “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Take the stairs to exercise your body and mind in the UPMC SmartSteps – the world’s only exhibition in a stairwell! Punch your stamp card on all six floors and receive a FREE Heinz pickle pin.
Visitors can also peer into the cockpit of a 48-foot “Huey” helicopter and sit inside a recreated 1960s living room as part of the History Center’s new exhibition, The Vietnam War: 1945-1975, which tells the stories of those impacted by the war, from the home front to the front lines.
Regular museum admission applies for adults.