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Car and Carriage Museum

Event information

January 27, 2022
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location
Car and Carriage Museum
Cost:
Free
Description:
Travel back to the time of carriages, see some of the first horseless carriages to have an impact on Pittsburgh, and learn about Pittsburgh’s role in the developing automobile industry at the turn of the 20th century.
Car and Carriage Museum

Visitor Safety Guidelines

Wear a face mask
Visitors over the age of 2 are required to wear snug-fitting face coverings over their noses and mouths when indoors and on outdoor group tours.

Stay home if you are sick
If you are sick, experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or have been exposed to the virus in the 14 days prior to your reservation, please plan to visit at another time. We will be happy to refund or exchange your ticket, no questions asked.

Wash or sanitize your hands
Please wash your hands thoroughly and often. You will also find hand sanitizer available throughout our spaces.  

Travel light
For art preservation reasons, bags larger than 11x15 inches and backpacks are not permitted. Soft front-facing infant carriers and strollers are allowed. Wheelchairs, in limited numbers, are available for temporary use during your visit; to access a wheelchair, please inquire at The Frick Art Museum or Grable Visitor Center.
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