Walk down Federal Street and parts of East Ohio Street with the Allegheny City Historic Gallery while we tell it’s history, plus show you images of the past. It’s like a walking tour 2.0 with visual aids. The tour starts on Saturday, April 30 at 12 PM from Federal and Henderson, down to the old … read more
A new video commercial brought to you by the Allegheny City Historic Gallery to promote a few of the hidden, lesser known gems on the Northside. Directed by Willy James. Watch below! Follow Willy on Facebook or Twitter.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we’re moving the grand opening of the Allegheny City Historic Gallery from Thursday, August 6th to Saturday, August 15th. We apologize for this delay and any inconveniences this may have caused. Thank you for your patience! Willy James. Publicist for the ACHG.
We hope you’re all excited. The long anticipated grand opening for the Allegheny City Historic Gallery will be on August 6th, 2015. Starting from 10am-12pm we’ll be having a ribbon cutting ceremony and officially open our doors! We’re excited for this and for all the faces who have supported us since the beginning to have … read more
We’re super excited for the Wine & Cheese Preview Party we have coming up at our location (433 East Ohio Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212) on Friday! It’s going to be happening at 6pm and will serve as a fundraiser for the gallery. It will cost $25 per person to come in and enjoy pleasant conversations … read more
Apr 13, 2015 |
I have very fond memories of Northview Heights. My family moved to 883 Mt. Pleasant Road in Northview Heights from Howard Street in 1968. Lamar/Williams Street ran across our back yard leading to Penfort Street going West, and the Northside Drive-In going East. In the fall we had a clear shot from the back … read more
Hey history lovers, We’re loving all the people sporting their new shirts from our gift shop! Classic Light Blue and Antique Cherry Red have been very popular and we have good news! We’ve set up our Instagram account and will be sharing many great historical pictures and news from the ACHG straight to you. You … read more