Experience The City of Bridges
- The Dusquene Incline
- Take a step back in time on a century-old cable car and see the best views of downtown Pittsburgh while riding one of the few remaining inclines in the country.
- Kennywood Park
- The historic park boasts 32 thrilling rides, six roller coasters and an amazing kiddland.
- Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
- Explore the Pittsburgh Zoo and its thousands of animals representing over 400 species.
- PNC Park
- Home to the Pittsburgh Pirates! PNC Park is named one of the best ballparks in the nation for its intimate design and city views.
- Downtown – Only two miles in diameter, it is an easy walk from hotels to shops, theaters, and restaurants.
- Regardless of what you crave, you will be sure to find somethign to satisfy your desires amongst all of the exciting, unique dining venues.
- Shop to your heart’s content! With the bustling streets of downtown filled with a diverse array of stores – you are bound to find a souvenir for everyone.
- Make time to explore Point State Park, a 36 acre park and the only large public park in downtown Pittsburgh.
- Oakland – The academic, cultural and healthcare center of Pittsburgh
- Known as one of Pittsburgh’s liveliest neighborhoods, you’ll from everything from grand architecture and quaint coffee shops to international cuisine and speciality shops.
- Schenley Plaza offers an oasis from relaxation and recreation to food and entertainment. The beautiful grounds offer users a public green space in a busy urban center.
- Shadyside – Stroll through Shadyside at sunset and enjoy the sun as it glimmers through the trees
- Located in the East End, upscale chains and designer boutiques line the prosperous shopping districts of Walnut Street, Elssworth Avenue, and Highland Avenue
- Squirrel Hill
- Located east of Downtown, Squirrel Hill is one of PIttsburgh’s most popular neighborhoods with a variety of ethnic restaurants, delis, and bakeries, as well as trendy boutiques, new eateries and upscale shops.
- Stroll both Murray Avenue and Forbes Avenue, where you’ll find a variety of restaurants and institutions such as the Carnegie Library.