Home of numerous well-known museums, Pittsburgh also has unique options that fly under the radar. Here are three worth visiting:
• At Bayernhof Museum, you’re guided through hidden doors revealing one of the world’s largest collections of self-playing musical instruments. With most in working order, you’ll also be able to hear them play.
• The Photo Antiquities Museum shows the history of photography while also displaying rare photos of Pittsburgh you can’t find anywhere else.
• Interested in the history of genetic alteration? The Center for PostNatural History explores this, covering everything from flowers to goats.
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– Robert Clark, WordWrite