Walking/Bus Tours

In the spring, summer and fall, The Historical Society conducts tours relating to the architecture and history of Mount Lebanon. These tours can also be given to private groups like reunion classes or family gatherings. Regularly scheduled tours are shown in our event calendar. If you’re interested in scheduling a private tour, please contact us at info@lebohistory.org. Here are the tours we have done: 

  • Commerce & Architecture — a walking tour along Washington Road
  • Saints & Stained Glass– a guided tour of St. Bernard’s and Mount Lebanon United Presbyterian Churches, with an emphasis on stained glass
  • Graves & Goblins — a walking tour of Mount Lebanon Cemetery including the graves of a congressman and two Medal of Honor awardees
  • Tower & Tea — a guided tour of Southminster Presbyterian Church, including their bell tower, followed by a tea
  • Neighborhoods & the National Register — a bus tour of Beverly Heights, Mission Hills and Virginia Manor, exploring the architecture that helped Mount Lebanon earn its National Historic Neighborhood designation
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May
31
Wed
6:00 pm Bell, Book & Scandal
Bell, Book & Scandal
May 31 @ 6:00 pm
The four corners where Washington Road, Castle Shannon Boulevard, and Lebanon Avenue intersect is one of the most history-laden intersections in Mt. Lebanon. You’ll start this 90-minute hardly-any-walking walking tour with a behind-the-scenes look at[...]
Aug
5
Sat
10:00 am Neighborhood Spotlight: Beverly ...
Neighborhood Spotlight: Beverly ...
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am
Prepare yourself for in-depth look at the history and architecutral styles of Beverly Heights. On a one-mile circuit of the area’s streets, you’ll see a variety of styles built before and after World War II and learn[...]
Sep
13
Wed
7:00 pm Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm
Our speaker, Jack Puglisi, shares with us information about one of our beloved, wise and industrious “Founding Fathers.”    Had he prevailed, would we still be eating turkey on Thanksgiving?
Oct
11
Wed
7:00 pm Voices From the Attic: The Willi...
Voices From the Attic: The Willi...
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm
Author Carleton Young shares with us his journey after discovering hundreds of letters from two Civil War soldiers.
Nov
8
Wed
7:00 pm Veteran’s storytelling
Veteran’s storytelling
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm
In honor of Veterans Day, we will have a veterans Storytelling Program
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