We invite you to visit and explore the Fred Rogers Exhibit! The Exhibit is a wonderful display of Fred’s life and work, and you just may see a few familiar puppets and sweaters. The Neighborhood Trolley, Daniel Striped Tiger, X the Owl, and many other beloved television characters and storied images make their home at the Fred Rogers Exhibit.
The multimedia Fred Rogers Exhibit is a public, interactive display located on the upper level of the Fred M. Rogers Center building at Saint Vincent College. The Exhibit traces the life, work, and influence of Fred Rogers, beginning with his hometown roots in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, carrying through his early introduction to television and decades of work, and continuing through the mission and vision for building on his legacy through the Fred Rogers Institute.
Designed for adults and for children accompanied by adults, the Exhibit includes wall panels with narratives and photos, cases displaying special artifacts from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, video screens with clips of programs and interviews featuring and about Fred Rogers, and a “Speedy Delivery” letter-writing station for visitors.
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Except for special events and meetings, the Fred M. Rogers Center building is closed on weekends and on all major holidays including Christmas, New Years, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and Thanksgiving.
The Exhibit was designed by emphas!s design inc., of New York.
The McFeely-Rogers Foundation provided funding for the Exhibit design.
The Fred Rogers Institute thanks Fred Rogers Productions for assistance with research and materials for the Exhibit.