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Visit Pittsburgh – Embark on a New Journey

Visit Pittsburgh – Embark on a New Journey

Sunshine and warmer weather is quickly approaching, making it an especially great time to take a trip to Pittsburgh. Whether you’re looking to plan an exciting weekend getaway or an eventful weeklong vacation, there are plenty of must-see experiences perfect for solo travelers and families alike.
Uniqueness Abounds…
Across Pittsburgh’s 90 unique neighborhoods, travelers can enjoy breathtaking views, fantastic hotels and accommodations, award-winning food and craft beverage scenes and much, much more.
As you plan your trip, be sure to include a few bucket-list activities that can only be found in Pittsburgh, like riding one of Pittsburgh’s iconic and historical inclines, visiting The Andy Warhol Museum – the largest museum in North America dedicated to a single artist – or viewing the largest collection of Roberto Clemente memorabilia at The Clemente Museum.
Wrapped in rivers, intertwined with trails and packed with parks, Pittsburgh is incredibly walkable, and it has also become known as a city that supports and encourages bicycling, with bike-accessible hotels and public transportation, an easy-to-use bikeshare system and a devoted community of cyclists.
In fact, some of Pittsburgh’s most famous guided tours allow visitors to explore the city’s neighborhoods by foot or bike, like Bike the Burgh and ‘Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour. There are plenty of self-guided ways to take to the streets as well, including Downtown walking tours and gallery crawls.
Those looking for more of an adventure can enjoy more than 180 miles of trails throughout the nine Allegheny County Parks, including the Three Rivers Heritage Trail System or Great Allegheny Passage, or take on a more unique hiking experience via 700+ public stairways totaling 24,090 vertical feet and numerous walkable bridges.
During the summer months in particular, visitors are bound to stroll upon numerous festivals and events going on throughout the city, including annual events such as the DICK’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon and Three Rivers Arts Festival. Even better, many of these events offer free admission, making them ideal for travelers looking to make the most out of their trip without breaking the bank.
Pittsburgh is known for being a family-friendly destination thanks to the many unique, affordable Only in Pittsburgh attractions and activities for all ages, from riding thrilling coasters at Kennywood to discovering exotic birds at the National Aviary, walking among the dinosaurs at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, exploring space at the Moonshot Museum and much more. With an experience fit for every member of the family, Pittsburgh is bursting with history, science, entertainment and adventure just waiting to be discovered.
Where to Stay?
With all there is to do in Pittsburgh, it’s important to choose the right place to relax and recharge each night of your stay. If you’re looking to be centrally located Downtown, check out The Industrialist Hotel, Pittsburgh, Autograph Collection, Joinery Hotel Pittsburgh, Curio Collection by Hilton or Kimpton Hotel Monaco. On the North Shore, The Landing Hotel at Rivers Casino is just steps away from the Carnegie Science Center, PNC Park and more. The Oaklander Hotel, Autograph Collection, named after its thriving, historic neighborhood, offers easy access to historic architecture, world-class museums, acclaimed hospitals, invigorating parks and recreational activities and esteemed institutions of discovery and learning, just outside its doors.
And that’s just to name a few options! Whether you’re looking for luxury or family-friendly, historic or modern, or maybe somewhere with a view, Pittsburgh has the right accommodation for every traveler.
Culinary Destinations
With award-winning restaurant and craft beverage scenes, there are plenty of dining options to please every traveler as well, from Pittsburgh staples like Primanti Bros. and Pamela’s Diner to newer, diverse offerings like James Beard-nominated Apteka, Ritual House, Café Momentum and highly-anticipated Novo Asian Food Hall. Adults can wash their meal down with a variety of options, including 50+ breweries like Necromancer and Trace Brewing, various distilleries like Noire Expedition or Kingfly Spirits, wineries, meaderies and cideries like Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar, Engine House 25 Wines and Kingview Meadhouse & Winery, and more. There are also plenty of non-alcoholic options as well, including a variety of local coffee and tea shops, juicers, bubble tea and milkshakes.
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