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Mr. Rogers' Memorial Statue

North Shore Drive, between Heinz Field and PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA
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North Shore Drive, between Heinz Field and PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I made my family stay in Pittsburgh tonight just so I could scout out all things Mister Rogers. This was a score! Albeit the statue is kinda lumpy--not sure whose call that was! The setting along the river is beautiful. My biggest delight and surprise...More

Thank Linda D
Reviewed 6 days ago

Mr. Rogers Neighborhood was my favorite show as a child. Happy to discover this memorial to him. It is located near Heinz Field at the river in the lovely Roberto Clemente Memorial Park. Take the time to walk along the river and you will find...More

Thank USParkLover
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Mr. Rogers was an outstanding person and citizen of Pittsburgh. A well known advocate of children everywhere. His statue is situated on the walk along the north shore of the city, offering a great view of the skyline from the opposite side of the Allegheny...More

1  Thank Carolyn B
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Great to see a familiar face along the river. Mister Roger's was the best friend to our kids growing up and a true Pittsburger. Glad he is remembered in such a great way.

Thank fjmccarl
Reviewed 2 March 2017

I have loved Mr. Rogers for years and was very happy to see the statue that honors him. This kind man has always made everyone feel welcome. We found the statue on a nice walk along the North Shore and discovered that there were also...More

Thank PensandSteelersFan
Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

I always enjoyed watching the Mr. Rogers Neighborhood show with my children when they were small. It was broadcast from Pittsburgh so on my recent visit there, I was pleased to see they had honored him with a statue. It is a nicely done memorial,...More

1  Thank Robert L
Reviewed 5 January 2017

can't find a listing for the North Shore in general. Overall, this area has really improved since I grew up there 20+ years ago. Nice open space along the river, going all the way up past the three sisters bridges. Wasn't very impressed with the...More

Thank Mbv9415
Reviewed 30 November 2016

Loved the soundtrack at the statue with Mr. Rogers singing and talking to us. I walked here before dawn and watched the sun rise over the city. What a beautiful day in the neighborhood!

Thank ObservantGuest
Reviewed 29 November 2016 via mobile

What a wonderful tribute to someone who taught generations how to be kind and gentile human beings. I don't think the sculpture was deliberately made to resemble Mr Rogers but instead as a tribute to him. Either way, it's awesome!

Thank Jaime S
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Mr Rogers and Mr McFeely are true to life chlidrens Hero's, There is no one like these two men, God bless them,they love children. I am honored to be a friend of both.

Thank gestewart2016
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