The Heinz History Center features a Pittsburgh electric trolley on the ground floor, as well as several other vehicles. Histories of Pittsburgh-area industries are covered on several floors, and a floor is dedicated to Pittsburgh's sports teams. There's a snack bar on-premises and this is an interesting little museum.
For those staying at the Hampton Inn Downtown on Smallman Street, it's immediately across the street, so it's hard to pass up. If you rode trolleys in Pittsburgh in the 1950's and '60's, the walk through the restored trolley on the ground floor is probably worth the cost of admission. Follow up this visit with a half-hour trip South to Washington, and the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum.
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