Showcasing the artistry and innovation of southwestern Pennsylvania’s industrial and cultural heritage by fostering dynamic initiatives and transformative experiences
Artistry. Industry. Innovation.
Things to Do
Tours, workshops, special events—there is always something fresh to do with Rivers of Steel!
Created by artist Lorraine Vullo in 2009, the Homestead Labyrinth at the Pump House was created to be a meditative journey that memorializes those who died on the site during the 1892 Battle of Homestead.
Step back in time to the early 1900s and discover the artistry of handcrafted manufacturing.
Visit, learn, and experience all five of the Rivers of Steel attractions that showcase the artistry and innovation of our region’s rich heritage.
Docked on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, an excursion on Explorer offers unparalleled opportunities to experience the beauty and history of Pittsburgh from its majestic rivers.
Site of the 1982 Battle of Homestead and a key part of the U.S. Steel Homestead Steel Works
This time capsule of America’s industrial heritage embodies the “can-do” spirit of early 20th-century craftsmen.
The Bost Building serves as the Visitors’ Center for the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area and offers exhibits on the region’s industrial and cultural heritage.