Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation invites you to explore the Mexican War Streets, one of the most colorful sections of Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhood.
You’ll learn about the history of the neighborhood, including creation of Allegheny Commons and the Mexican War Streets, and become familiar with the picturesque variety of Victorian architectural styles that are located there. The tour also features historic structures that have been creatively re-purposed by individuals, including the Mattress Factory, City of Asylum/Alphabet City, and the whimsically artful world of Randyland.
The Virtual Architecture Tour of the Mexican War Streets will be held on Tuesday, December 15 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. For more information, or to purchase your ticket, visit the Virtual Architecture Tour of the Mexican War Streets event page.