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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Fort Pitt Museum will close for more than a month to allow for crews to add new pieces and enhance existing exhibits.

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Starting on Jan. 1, the museum will close for curators to clean the museum’s diorama as well as place some newly acquired pieces for the public to see.

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One addition that visitors at the Point State Park museum will see is an old whiskey still.

Staff members will also be preparing for the museum’s 50th anniversary.

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The Fort Pitt Musem will re-open on Feb. 2.