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Firstly and importantly it's free, secondly the staff member their was incredibly friendly. Free guide to explain the history and every stained glass window. Very peaceful and so place, great stop of if you're in the area. We loved it.
Don't let Pittsburgh's current reputation fool you...it was once the home to families such as the Carnegies, the Fricks, the Phipps, the Melons, the Boggs and Buhls...and the Heinz. This memorial chapel is evidence to their commitment to the city.
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We took a group of colleagues from the Netherlands on a quick tour after lunch. The chapel is beautiful. The guide gave us a quick tour and “played” the organ for up. This chapel manages to be grand and comfortable at the same time. A...More
We dropped by just to look inside but ended up attaching ourselves to an existing tour with a docent who was quite knowledgeable. The inside stain glass windows are so very colorful and beautiful to photograph. This chapel is located in the park square and...More
We walked into the amazing Heinz Chapel in Pittsburgh, and the beautiful, thunderous sounds of Widor's Toccata filled the entire space. It was an experience. We thought it was a concert, but it was actually a recording, though played through the pipes, which surround the...More
This very unusual building has compact footprint but its interior will have you remembering it as it soars way up. The feeling is of a darker version the Sainte Chapelle in Paris except without as much glass. Still, its stained glass is quite tall and...More
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Charles Connick is the famed American stained glass artist who has designed rose stained glass windows around the US, Heinz Chapel being one of the best. As to "distribution", not sure what this means.