Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Statement

Update as of 10/22/22

The Historical Society is concerned for the safety of our visitors and volunteers. The History Center observes the requirements established by the Allegheny County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

.Update as of 8/13/22

Currently the Allegheny County COVID-19 Community Level is “Medium”. Following CDC guidance, masks are not required indoors at the History Center, although anyone who wishes to wear a mask is welcome to do so.

Update as of 8/7/2021

History Center is open to the general public. For everyone’s safety, we ask that visitors wear masks and our docents have been asked to do the same.


Update as of 4/14/2021

History Center is open to Members only beginning 4/17/21 and to the general public beginning 4/24/21. For everyone’s safety: masks must be properly worn, social distancing practiced, and capacity is limited to 20 %.


Update as of 11/19/2020

With the announcement of stay-at-home advisories by both county and commonwealth officials, the Society’s Board of Trustees voted at its November 18th meeting to close the History Center to the public for thirty days, at which time the situation will be reevaluated. This decision was taken to protect the health and welfare of both visitors and volunteers and to lessen the possibility of spreading the COVID-19.