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History center discounts admission on Stanley Cup parade day

Fans wearing Penguins gear — and who isn’t? — can get $4 off the regular admission June 15 at the Senator John Heinz History Center and Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. The offer is good from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

A visit to the Strip District sports museum could help fans who are Downtown for the Penguins parade to continue the celebration of Pittsburgh’s fourth Stanley Cup championship. There, exhibits cover the region’s history of ice hockey, and visitors can see Penguins items such as “Le Magnifique” Mario Lemieux’s 1991 Stanley Cup jersey and skates and Sidney Crosby’s hockey stick from his record-setting rookie season in 2005.

For those not wearing Penguins gear, regular admission rates apply: $16, $14 for senior citizens, $6.50 for ages 6-17 and students, and free for children 5 and younger.

— Tribune-Review

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