Directions / Hours
Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall
4141 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Monday – Saturday
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
The Museum will be closing promptly at 2:30pm on Saturday, August 1, 2015 for a private event.
Admission (Effective April 2014)
Adults – $10
Seniors (55+) – $5
Children (5-13) – $5
Free admission is offered to military members serving on active duty, and in the Guard and Reserve; to those veterans who have served and retired military.
Free admission is offered to families and their guests if the family has an immediate family member deployed overseas serving in our current conflicts.
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Click here to download a Museum Guide and preview what you will see when you visit.
Visitors with physical disabilities can enter the Memorial via our ramp and accessible entrance located on the University Place side of the building (west side), with an intercom call box to request assistance. Parking is limited and may require one to be dropped off prior to parking elsewhere. Restrooms for visitors with physical disabilities are located on the third level, accessible via our two elevators.
Accessible Drop Off Area is located on the University Place side (left looking from 5th Avenue) of Building via the employee parking lot. Vehicles may drop off but NO Parking will be permitted in the employee parking lot.
Accessibility Coordinator – Jim Gubash, Facility Manager
Please contact us if you have questions or concerns at 412-621-4253.
From PA Turnpike:
Take I-376 (west) to Oakland Exit, #3B.
Up hill on Bates St.
Left on S. Bouquet St.
Right on Forbes Ave.
Left on Bigelow Blvd.
Exit I-279 Pittsburgh to I-376 Oakland.
Take I-376 to Oakland Exit to Forbes Ave.
Turn left on Bigelow Blvd.
From the Airport
Follow Route 60 to I-279 Pittsburgh.
Take I-376 to Oakland Exit to Forbes Ave. Turn left on Bigelow Blvd.
Paid Parking is available on the street or the parking garage located under the lawn in front of Soldiers & Sailors. (Click here to view Visitor Parking Brochure from University of Pittsburgh)