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Allegheny County Parks coloring pages @ Alleghey County Parks
Apr 28 – Jun 30 all-day

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Just a sample. Visit web page for downloadable printable coloring pages.

Fred Rogers Productions – Resources to help Families during COVID-19 @ Fred Rodgers Productions
Apr 28 – Jun 30 all-day

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We understand that many families are now trying to find their new “normal” in light of the news of COVID-19, known also as coronavirus. As an organization committed to providing quality entertainment and resources for children and families, we want you to know that Fred Rogers Productions is here for you in these difficult and uncertain times.

This page contains a list of all of the virtual events, activities, and other social initiatives we are sharing online.

We are sharing one activity, craft or recipe each day on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Watch on the PBS KIDS Video Player and Amazon Prime

“How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus” via PBS KIDS for Parents

“How You and Your Kids Can De-Stress During Coronavirus” via PBS KIDS for Parents

When Something Scary Happens: Resources to Help Families Cope in Emergencies and Other Challenging Times via PBS KIDS for Parents, includes activities and tips such as Draw Your Feelings, How to Prepare Children for Unexpected Events and Emergencies, and Helping Children Cope After a Crisis or Emergency.

Celebrate a special birthday with Daniel Tiger and Tigey,” a song to sing when families cannot celebrate birthdays in person, via PBS KIDS

Sing along to your child’s favorite songs from Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and watch clips from the show in the free Daniel Tiger For Parents App, via PBS KIDS in English and Spanish

“Daniel Misses Grandpere,” a digital storybook to help children manage feelings of missing loved ones during social distancing, via PBS KIDS for Parents

Activity sheets and other tips at PBS KIDS for Parents

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

Watch on the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Legacy Website, the PBS KIDS Video Player, and Amazon Prime

Instagram takeover with Matthew Cordell, author and illustrator of the forthcoming “Hello, Neighbor! The Kind and Caring World of Mister Rogers” on the Fred Rogers Productions Instagram page

Draw Along and Read with Luke Flowers, illustrator of “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: The Poetry of Fred Rogers” live event on the Fred Rogers Productions Facebook page

Peg + Cat

Watch on the PBS KIDS Video Player and Amazon Prime

Virtual Story Time with Peg + Cat co-creator Billy Arsonson on the show’s Facebook page

Virtual Story Time with Peg + Cat co-creator Jennifer Oxley on the show’s Facebook page

Activity sheets and other tips at PBS KIDS for Parents

Odd Squad

Watch on the PBS KIDS Video Player and Amazon Prime

Odd Squad Healthy Habit #111: How to Stay Away from Germs,” video from The Big O with tips for staying healthy, via PBS KIDS

Odd Squad Healthy Habit #339: Social Distancing,” video from The Big O with tips for staying healthy, via PBS KIDS

Activity sheets and other tips at PBS KIDS for Parents

Para Recursos para ayudar a las Familias durante el COVID-19 en Español, haga clic aquí

History at Home @ Heinz History Center
Apr 28 – Jun 30 all-day

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While you’re practicing social distancing at home, the Heinz History Center has you covered with an array of virtual history offerings. 

For more information about the Heinz History Center’s response to COVID-19 and the most up-to-date closure information, please click here.

Do you love History at Home? Want to see more? Please consider making a small donation to support the History Center and our family of museums during this difficult time.


Throughout 2020, the nation will commemorate the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote in the U.S. The 19th amendment, ratified on Aug. 18, 1920, prohibits the states and the federal government from denying the right to vote to citizens on the basis of sex. To mark the centennial of this watershed moment in American history, the History Center has launched Women Forging the Way – an initiative focused on elevating women’s history in 2020 and beyond.

Women Forging the Way


The History Center is one of just two cultural organizations in Western Pa. to partner with Google Arts & Culture and curate digital exhibitions seen by people around the world!

The Legacy of Fred Rogers
#Pixburgh: The ‘Burgh
From Farm to Table with the Heinz Collection
Pittsburgh: An Idea Factory
Presidents in Office
Pittsburgh Goes to the Moon
Making Meadowcroft
Italian Americans in Western Pennsylvania


Blast off to the Moon, explore the treasures of a long-lost steamboat, discover retro toys from your childhood, and so much more! Our online tours allow you to travel back in time to virtually visit our best exhibitions from past years.

Destination Moon
Toys of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s
We Can Do It! WWII
Pittsburgh’s Lost Steamboat: Treasures of the Arabia


Get the inside scoop on our past exhibits and programs directly from our historians and curators.

Destination Moon
Vietnam War
American Spirits
Toys of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s
We Can Do It! WWII

Visit our video gallery for more.


From the oldest site of human habitation in North America to the Gateway to the West, from America’s Steel City to the City of Champions, from hard hats to high tech, this region has evolved and changed through time. The museum collections of the Heinz History Center reflect these stories and preserve the rich history of the people who have shaped our region and the world. To learn more, explore the museum’s collections online.

History Center Museum Collections
L&A Collection Highlights
Historic Pittsburgh
Meadowcroft Rockshelter Gigapan
Generation to Generation: Family Stories Drawn from the Rauh Jewish Archives
A Tradition of Giving: The History of Jewish Philanthropy in Pittsburgh
From Slavery to Freedom microsite


Looking for a way to explore the archaeological wonders of the from home? Our First Peoples curriculum offers educational resources including teacher guides, virtual tour documents, and interactive images.


Stream or download our two featured podcasts.

KDKA Radio Time Capsule with Andy Masich
The Cornerstone – a podcast presented by the Rauh Jewish History Program & Archives


Enjoy more than 300 posts on the History Center’s blog by browsing the entire blog archive.


Explore back issues of Western Pennsylvania History magazine online.


Download and print these Pittsburgh history-themed coloring pages.

History Center Vehicles

Three Vehicles
Steel Car

Women in Pittsburgh History

Daisy Lampkin
Rachel Carson
Nellie Bly

Fort Pitt Museum

Fort Pitt Museum Activity Sheets

Museum from home with Carnegie Museum of Natural History @ Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Apr 28 – Jun 30 all-day

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Enjoy Carnegie Museum of Natural History from your living room!