Museum and Chapel Tours
We are happy to pre-arrange tours of our Museum and/or Chapel for your group.
Chapel Tours allow guests to explore the beauty and meaning of the colorful icons which adorn the walls of Saints Peter and Paul Chapel, and the artistic and liturgical traditions of Orthodox Christianity.
A Museum Tour gives visitors an up-close experience with the cultural and artistic heritage of early Christianity and the region surrounding the great city of Antioch, where the disciples were first called Christians (Acts 11:26).
Our Titanic Tour features the exhibit “Titanic Connections: Unique and Untold Stories,” located in our lower museum lobby, and may be accompanied by a Titanic-themed luncheon or dinner for your group!
For more information or to arrange a group tour, please call 724 -238-3677 x426 or email email@example.com.
Make a “culinary connection” to the Antiochian heritage! Several unique menus, developed by our Executive Chef, may be pre-arranged for group dining or private gatherings at Antiochian Village. Groups of fewer than 30 guests may wish to be served in our Museum’s indoor gallery courtyard, subject to availability. Dining options include:
Titanic Luncheon or Dinner
Based on actual passenger menus aboard the great ship, our Titanic-themed luncheon or dinner makes a wonderful companion to our Museum’s Titanic Tour.
This delicious array of appetizers, entrees, and melt-in-your-mouth desserts has many guests asking how our chef, a western Pennsylvania boy of European heritage, learned to make such fantastic Middle Eastern food. The answer: years of “training” alongside our beloved church ladies!
Add a hometown flair to your visit, with a menu featuring ethnic dishes famous (or infamous) in the Pittsburgh region. Options include (but are not limited to) pierogies, haluski, halupki, kielbasa and sauerkraut, and salad topped with French fries.