Pittsburgh Children's Museum
10 Children's Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

The Children's Museum "tops the list of local attractions geared to...youngest children" according to a recent article in Pittsburgh Magazine, and is Western Pennsylvania's outstanding education resource for young children with their familites. Never before has the Children's Museum's work with young children been more important. As spearheaded by The United Way of Pittsburgh and the Allegheny Conference of Community Development, early childhood intervention is being embraced regionally as the surest way to a healthy and productive lifestyle.

Located in the historic langmark Old Post Office Building on Pittsburgh's North Side, the Children's Museum first opened its doors in June 1983. Since then the Museum has server more than two million people with outstanding hands-on exhibitis and programs.

The Children's Museum uses hands-on exhibits (permanent and temporary), artifacts, performances, storytelling and art activities to help children better understand themselves, others and the world.

Website: http://www.pittsburghkids.org