PNC ParkAttractions » Arenas & Stadiums115 Federal St, 15212View siteNow is the time to spend the day with your kids as you can spend the day at The Pirates. This has gone from the worst park to the best park. PNC Park provides guest with the view of the skyline as well as the Roberto Clemente bridge. This is refreshing change because the exterior of the park is a sandy light brown instead of red brick. The restaurants open to the street as this fits the surrounding streets. This is what this park so attractive. There is a lot of different concessions but their prices on are on the high side of things. More teams need to look at PNC Park on how to build a new park, which was opened in the Spring, and this is a ballpark that leads to the downtown skyline and riverfront. It creates sports value.
Duquesne InclineAttractions » Museums1220 Grandview Avenue, 15211View siteThe Duquesne Incline is located at 1197 West Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA. It opened its doors May 20, 1877. Its opened every day Monday through Saturday 5:30am until 12:45am, and on Sunday and major holidays from 7:00am until 12:45am. The fare for adults ages 12 to 64 years old $2.50 each way or $5.00 round trip. The fare for children ages 6 to 11 years old is $1.25 each way or $2.50 round trip, and children 5 years old and under the fare is free. Also for college students attending Chatham University, Carnegie Mellon, and University of Pittsburgh. They also offer group rates of ten or more which is $1.50 each way or $3.00 round trip. Also group rates for children ages 6 to 11 years old is .75 each way and $1.50 round trip. They also offer wheelchair accessibility the upper station. If you are visiting Pittsburgh, PA come and enjoy one of the world's most visited destinations.
The StripAttractions » Parks & NatureBetween Liberty Ave and Smallman StThe Strip is a popular local shopping district just off of the southeastern bank of the mighty Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The area is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with the family. Full of street entertainers, art galleries and delightful shops, The Strip is a favorite among locals and tourists alike thanks, in part, to its myriad of diners, bakeries and retail stores. If youï¿½re looking for a souvenir or bit of Pittsburgh Steelers memorabilia, look no further; youï¿½ll find exactly what youï¿½re looking for here. Offering more than just shopping, the area is also home to such historical sites as the Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction Building and Senator John Heinz Regional History Center. Though itï¿½s free to wander up and down the sidewalks and window shop to your heartï¿½s content, you will have to pay for parking in one of the many convenient lots located in the neighborhood.
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG AquariumAttractions » Zoos & AquariumsOne Wild Place, 15206The Pittsburgh Zoo is one of the best Zoo's to visit due to all of the attractions, the very convenient to navigate layout of the part and the best part of all is that they have the nicest staff ready to assist you with whatever you may need. The Pittsburgh Zoo was founded in June 14, 1898. They have a very large array of animals which will entertain any visitors no matter of what age range. This zoo has gone through many renovations and contributes extensively to the research community, with many new advances towards the conservation of animals to prevent them from being endangered or extinct at some point. This zoo was founded on principals to benefit all of the members of the community, and it remains that way to even today.
LaVida Massage of ShadysideAttractions » Other5430 Centre Avenue, 15232View site
Stage AEAttractions » Other400 North Shore Drive, 15212View site
Hunt Institute for Botanical DocumentationAttractions » Other5000 Forbes Avenue, 15213View site
Kelly Strayhorn TheaterAttractions » Other5941 Penn Ave, 15201View site
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks FoundationAttractions » Other100 West Station Square Drive, 15219View site