If you're interested in a free stay-cation for the entire family, look no further than your public library!
Starting this June, a new and exciting opportunity awaits you at Robinson Township Library. Select libraries around the county (including Robinson), partnered with the Senator John Heinz History Center and its Affiliate Program to offer library card holders access to free admission to unique sites (see available sites below).
Each kit can be checked out for up to one week at a time and grants admission for up to four people.
Senator john heinz history center
Complimentary Admission for up to four people
10 AM to 5 PM Daily
(Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day)
Also included in complimentary admission: Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, Fort Pitt Museum, and Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Historic Village in Avella, PA
The Heinz History Center has been in continuous existence since 1879, which makes it one of Pittsburgh’s oldest cultural organizations. The museum is Pennsylvania’s largest history museum and a proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. The Heinz History Center also facilitates its own affiliate program, working with over 200 historical organizations in our tri-state area. It is devoted to the history and heritage of Western PA and contains six floors of long-term and changing exhibits with hands-on activities, as well as a multitude of events and programs.
There is something for everyone! The museum system also includes the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, the Detre Library and Archives, and the Museum Conservation Center.
In addition, the Heinz History Center operates the Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village in Avella, PA and the Fort Pitt Museum at the Point in Pittsburgh.