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The Waterfront

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149 W Bridge St, Homestead, PA 15120-5042
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Fire in the Valley- Carnegie Steel and the Town That Built America
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Fire in the Valley- Carnegie Steel and the Town That Built America

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Pittsburgh's Steel Valley along the Monongahela River made the steel which built America and fueled the Arsenal of Democracy for two World Wars. It was also the site of the Battle of Homestead 9 July 1892, the most consequential armed confrontation between workers and company-employed strikebreakers in American History.
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MRJAMMERZ wrote a review Jan 2020
WEST MIFFLIN74 contributions23 helpful votes
This was once a thriving Steel Mill with thousands of People worked here. The steel Mills are all gone. BUT there are thousands of people working here again! It is a beautiful shopping complex with hundreds of store that spans the cities of Munhall , Homestead, and West Homestead. There are corporate Head Quarters and Retail store spanning the complex and a water park at the far western end, Complete many restaurants and 22 screen Movie theater all within a 2 to 3 mile drive all with in the Complex. As they say there is SOMETHING FOR ALL!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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h0ckeygirl36 wrote a review Dec 2019
Pennsylvania655 contributions167 helpful votes
Will usually come down to go to the improv. I'm a go into a couple stores but there isn't a whole lot that I am interested in, wish they would get better stores. I will say however that it was really decorated pretty for Christmas wish I had the grand on or take pictures.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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kisr08 wrote a review Nov 2019
Brandywine, Maryland15 contributions16 helpful votes
This is a great getaway location. Just a few miles from the city, I think it adds lots of things to do in a close area that i did not need to go out of it to shop, eat, and even a comedy shop. They have several great hotels on the same site and even though it did get busy, it was a high energy crowd of folks simply enjoying what this great place had to offer. Will be going back again.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dr Michael D wrote a review Sep 2019
Trafford, Pennsylvania103 contributions13 helpful votes
There are many shopping outlets here as well as a lot of good places to eat. Bring your walking shoes as you can park at one end and get a workout walking to all the shops and stores.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Erica F. wrote a review Jul 2019
Linthicum15 contributions1 helpful vote
The shops and restaurants offer something for everyone. We had dinner and played games at Dave and Busters, browsed through some of the shops, and saw a movie at the AMC Theater.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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