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Top recommendations from locals

Art Museum
“Even if you’ve never heard of Andy Warhol (a Pittsburgh native!) it’s really fun to see all of the exhibits. The building itself is a wonderful piece of architecture.”
  • 91 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Experimental art! Be aware there are three separate buildings; the main entrance is on Sampsonia Way by the cafe and gift shop. This place is not for everyone, and it may have inappropriate content for children depending on the exhibits, but it's awesome for art-lovers.”
  • 66 locals recommend
Baseball Stadium
“Baseball games at PNC Park are so much fun! We used to go every year in high school as a group, and now my company takes us there in the summer. Sit near home plate for an incredible view of Pittsburgh! Did you know the first world series was played in Pittsburgh? Yeah, we're pretty great!”
  • 65 locals recommend
History Museum
“ Founded in 1895, the Carnegie Museums are a part of Andrew Carnegie's lasting gift to Pittsburgh. The Carnegie Museums complex is located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh and encompasses the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Hall of Sculpture and Architecture. Other connected buildings include the Carnegie Free Library and Pittsburgh's own Carnegie Music Hall.”
  • 51 locals recommend
Football Stadium
“Need I say more? We have season tickets and often have extras so let me know if you are looking for tickets. ”
  • 48 locals recommend
“Classic overview of the city! Take the incline from the South Side at Station Square after lunch or dinner.”
  • 89 locals recommend
Science Museum
“The science center is home to many rotating exhibits as well as the USS Pittsburgh submarine, and the model train railroad. In addition they have a 3D movie screen. ”
  • 54 locals recommend
“You could spend an entire day wandering up and down The Strip and still not see everything. Come hungry! This is where the original Primanti Bro’s restaurant is (beloved in Pittsburgh) as well as lots of different markets, venues and retail stalls.”
  • 100 locals recommend
Botanical Garden
“Phipps is a wonderful place to feel like you’re getting out of the city. It has rooms filled with beautiful plants and installations and smells amazing! If you visit from May-September you can catch real butterflies flying around. FYI...the walkways can be a bit narrow but it is wheelchair accessible.”
  • 72 locals recommend
“Many hiking trails available (Blue Slide Park). Any of the Frick Parks. Check out the new Frick Park Environmental/Nature Center.”
  • 66 locals recommend
“Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Library (main original location), and Museum of Natural History are in the same place.”
  • 38 locals recommend
“The aquarium is IN the zoo, which makes the ticket price a great value. Parking is free and the food is decent. ”
  • 48 locals recommend
“ Schenley Park also has hiking trails, as well as a municipal pool. Check out Schenley Overlook as well. There is the Oval, where you can go for a walk/jog.”
  • 48 locals recommend
“Where emoji is invented. Seriously though, this is a great sightseeing place, and people here are literally changing the world everyday. Plus I am a student here so I am biased :)”
  • 26 locals recommend
“Northside has the largest aviary in the United States! This is the only place in the USA dedicated solely to birds. Great for children and adults.”
  • 43 locals recommend
State / Provincial Park
“Point State Park is a beautiful place to walk around and see the city views. The fountain is a wonderful place to take pictures and hang out.”
  • 56 locals recommend