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Best things to do in Pittsburgh

Museo d'arte
“The largest museum in North America dedicated to a single artist, it holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives from the Pittsburgh-born pop art icon Andy Warhol.”
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Baseball Stadium
“Regardless of your interest in baseball, the Pirates home stadium is a beautiful structure with stunning river and city views.”
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Football Stadium
“Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pitt Panthers football. Many summertime concerts played here also. Ask me for parking secrets for this venue when you arrive!”
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Museo d'arte
“The Mattress Factory is a contemporary art museum. It was a pioneer of site-specific installation art and features permanent installations by artists Yayoi Kusama, James Turrell, and Greer Lankton.”
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Botanical Garden
“A green oasis in the middle of Pittsburgh’s vibrant Oakland neighborhood, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens has provided a world-class garden experience to its visitors since 1893. Explore the beauty and wonders of nature at Phipps, encompassing 15 acres including a 14-room glasshouse and 23 distinct gardens. Experience industry-leading sustainable architecture and green practices, stunning seasonal flower shows, exclusive commissioned exhibits, renowned orchid and bonsai collections and more. This historic landmark is just a few miles from downtown Pittsburgh in Schenley Park.”
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“The “best of the best” neighborhood in Pittsburgh ! The views are spectacular from this area . The walkability and friendly atmosphere welcome all visitors and residents alike !”
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History Museum
“Discover Science and wonders of the natural world. This is where the HUGE dinosaur bones are on display. They also have a beautiful Gem and Crystal room. There is something for everyone here.”
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“The Strip District is Pittsburgh's market district. Its great to take a stroll up and down the streets and take in the foods, drink and specialty shops. Our favorite spots are: Colangelo's (delicious Italian food and baked goods) La Prima Espresso (freshly roasted and brewed coffee) Pennsylvania Macaroni (specialty import foods--great cheese selection) Presto George's (coffee roaster and teas) Commonplace Coffee Loom (fabric store) Roxanne's Dried Flowers (gifts, custom made wreaths and flower arrangements, plants) DeLuca's (breakfast diner, famous for its french toast) Enrico's Biscotti (fresh biscotti and baked goods, and cafe)”
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“The Pittsburgh Zoo is one of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the United States. Located in Highland Park, the zoo sits on 77 acres of park land where it exhibits more than 4,000 animals representing 475 species, including 20 threatened or endangered species.”
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“Created in 1889 with land donated by heiress Mary Schenley, the park now contains 456 acres of trails, woods, and attractions. A daily destination for university students, business-people, and outdoor enthusiasts, the park also hosts major annual events such as the Vintage Grand Prix and the Pittsburgh Race for the Cure. Visitors to Schenley Park can spend a morning at the remarkable Phipps Conservatory, enjoy lunch and a concert at the Schenley Park Café and Visitor Center, relax on Flagstaff Hill, play a round at the Bob O’Connor Golf Course, head to the Schenley Oval Sportsplex for ice skating or summer sports, or take a dip in the swimming pool. And of course, the trails offer a refreshing and convenient escape from the city.”
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Science Museum
“The Carnegie Science Center has four floors of interactive exhibits and is wonderful for kids. Among its attractions are the Buhl Planetarium (which features the latest in digital projection technology), the Rangos Omnimax Theater (promoted as "the biggest screen in Pittsburgh"), SportsWorks, the Miniature Railroad & Village, the USS Requin (a World War II submarine) and Roboworld, touted as "the world's largest permanent robotics exhibition." The Roboworld exhibition contains more than 30 interactive displays featuring "all things robotic", and is also the first physical home for Carnegie Mellon University’s Robot Hall of Fame. It is closed on Sundays when there is a Steelers home game.”
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“We love to ride bikes or hike with the dog in Frick Park; it is full of singletrack and fire roads and really lovely.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Point State Park, located at the confluence of three rivers, is at the tip of Pittsburgh’s “Golden Triangle.” The park commemorates and preserves the strategic and historic heritage of the area during the French and Indian War (1754-1763).”
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“Check out all the beautiful birds and penguins. Sign up for the raptor show.”
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“Walk to store 3 short blocks. Open until midnight. Can buy beer until 11:00. ”
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“Beautiful campus with its #1 school and top ranked engineering program. It is also a top ranked school for the performing arts. Many previous performers have their name listed on the sidewalk in front of the theater. Its campus joins the University of Pittsburgh. Both located in the Oakland neighborhood.”
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