Traveling to Pittsburgh? Add These Must-See Places to Your Agenda…
This is a botanical garden where one can see all sorts of exotic plants. Being constructed in Victorian fashion, it provides a unique atmosphere that compliments the wide array of plants.
Just down the road where the rivers meet is this stadium built for the professional football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here you can see passionate fans dawn the gold and black while waving around little yellow towels called, terrible towels.
Carnegie Museum of Art
One of the first modern art museums in the United States, this museum will amaze you with its wide collection of art that will stun you as well as the Greco Roman architecture of the building itself!
Carnegie Science Center
This is the most visited museum in Pittsburgh and for good reason, It offers interactive attractions such as a miniature railroad, a robotics exhibition, and even a WWII submarine, the USS Requin.
Andy Warhol Museum
This is the largest museum in all of North America and it is all dedicated to one artist, Andy Warhol. The museum contains over 4000 works from paintings to photographs to films and sculptures.
Carnegie Museum of National History
One of the best natural history museums in the world, this has a section for nearly everything, natural gems, arctic life, dinosaurs, and so much more is here to discover and learn.
Check out this historical amusement park. It features many attractions, some of which have been in operation for almost a century. It is one of two amusement parks that is a National Historic Landmark due to its rides. What’s even crazier is that the park is located at the place where the Battle of the Monongahela took place. A vital battle during the Seven Years War that helped ensure Pittsburgh as a settlement.
This ballpark is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates of the NL Central division. This stadium is located on the Allegheny River near where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers form into the Ohio River. What makes this stadium special is that you can kayak the river hoping that a homer gets launched into the river. Although, very few people have launched the ball the 440+ feet needed to reach the river. But hey it could happen!