More than 45 local makers and vendors will be at the museum to sell one-of-a-kind clothing, accessories, home décor, vinyl records, and more for shoppers during the annual event.
Visitors can shop and take a step back in time by visiting Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, snapping a selfie in front of a giant ketchup bottle in the Heinz exhibit, and discovering how Pittsburgh changed the world inside the Pittsburgh: A Tradition of Innovation exhibit.
Vintage Pittsburgh will also feature family-friendly activity stations along with food and beverage vendors.
The event on Saturday, April 1, is included with regular admission: $18 for adults, $15 for senior citizens (age 62+), $9 for students and children (age 6-17), and FREE for History Center members and kids age 5 and under.
To accommodate vintage shoppers, the museum will open early at 9:30 a.m.