What You'll Get
$15 for a Visit for Two (Up to $30 Value)
The Tet Offensive. Electric Ladyland. The assassinations of MLK and RFK. As part of the visiting 1968: The Year That Rocked America, authentic exhibits and artifacts retell the tale of one of the most pivotal 365-day stretches of the 20th century. Listen to the stirring words of Dr. Martin Luther King's final speech, design a psychedelic album cover, or inspect more than 100 historical items including a 20-foot Bell UH-1H "Huey" helicopter that flew missions in Vietnam and real Apollo 8 mission artifacts. The exhibit also examines local events that made a national impact, with a nod to the locally filmed movie, Night of the Living Dead and the original sets and puppets from Pittsburgh's Mister Roger's Neighborhood.
1968: The Year That Rocked America runs until Sunday, May 12. In addition to this look back to the days of the '60s, The History Center is also home to six floors of exhibitions related to Western Pennsylvania history. All admission rates include access to the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum as well as the Detre Library & Archives.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid for regular admission only; not valid for programs or events with special fees. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Senator John Heinz History Center
Rising six floors above the historic Strip District, the Senator John Heinz History Center's handsome, red brick exterior houses 275,000 square feet of exhibits devoted to Western Pennsylvania history. Long-term exhibits include From Slavery to Freedom, which traces the quest for equality from the anti-slavery movement to the modern struggles for Civil Rights. Pittsburgh: A History of Innovation highlights the men and women behind the 250-year history of the region, whereas the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum delves into the history and lore of local athletics, from the Steelers’ Immaculate Reception to Bill Mazeroski's title-clinching home run in game seven of the 1960 World Series. The museum also hosts nationally renowned traveling exhibits; click to see a list of current exhibits.