Tick off Pittsburgh’s top attractions from the top of an open-air, double-decker bus during this sightseeing tour. Pass by over two dozen sights, from bustling, bar-filled South Side and the trendy Strip District to the Andy Warhol Museum and the National Aviary. Listen to live commentary on the history of the city along the way.
Explore Pittsburgh in a flexible, comprehensive way on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Cover 21 stops that include all of the city's highlights, stepping off the bus to explore further on your own whenever you like. Listen to commentary on board the bus that addresses the architecture, history, art, and culture of Pittsburgh.
Enjoy a private introduction to downtown Pittsburgh on this guided tour in and around the ‘Steel City.’ Begin with a trip to the top of Mount Washington via the iconic Duquesne Incline for a stellar, bird’s-eye view of Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. Then explore the popular North Shore, home to football’s Steelers, baseball’s Pirates and a variety of entertainment venues. Finally, cross the Allegany River toward downtown to see Pittsburgh’s Cultural District as well as the neighborhood of Oakland, home to the University of Pittsburgh. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Discover Pittsburgh's historic landmarks—with a spooky twist. During this small-group, history-themed ghost tour, you'll explore the city by night listening to quirky and scary stories along the way. Highlights covered include Grant Street's parade route, Hollywood history at Allegheny County Juvenile Court, and the ghost of the Frick Building.
Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, two of Frank Lloyd Wright's most renowned architectural masterpieces, are both a must-see while in Pennsylvania. But getting there without your own transportation is tricky. This private guided tour takes you both and includes comprehensive insight into Fallingwater so that you don't need to pay extra for a tour.
For those travelers who want to delve into the industrial history of Pittsburgh, this private tour offers a much deeper experience than you'll get on a typical sightseeing experience. In the company of your guide, the proud grandson of one of the leaders of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steelworkers, you'll visit such landmarks as the Bryce-Mesta Mansion Homestead,
the 1892 Battle of Homestead Site and Braddock while learning all about Pittsburgh's Steel Valley.
Just about an hour's drive from Pittsburgh is an American architectural icon: Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. On this architecture tour from Downtown Pittsburgh, enjoy convenient travel to this impressive 20th century home, spanning a waterfall in Pennsylvania's Allegheny Mountains. After a ride by private vehicle, tour the sight, and enjoy views of waterfalls on your return trip.
Discover a mix of must-see sights and in-the-know local’s favorites during this guided, small-group bike tour of Pittsburgh. Listen to in-depth information and riveting stories as you traverse the city, covering public art projects, bustling squares, and iconic skylines, leaving the beaten track behind. Highlights include Point State Park, Mellon Square, and the Strip District.
Discover a mix of must-see sights and under-the-radar locations during this guided, small-group walking tour of Pittsburgh. Learn the fascinating history of Pennsylvania's dynamic Steel City as you cover stops like fortress-filled Point State Park, historic Duquesne Club, the art-covered alleyways of Strawberry Way, and downtown Mellon Square.
Whiskey fanatics visiting Pittsburgh can look no further than this guided tasting tour showcasing the history of this famed American spirit. As you explore Downtown Pittsburgh, you hear about whiskey's role in the city's politics and social movements, learn about prohibition, and sample one of the oldest American whiskeys. With whiskey tastings and discount cocktails included, this guided outing is a great way to kick off your Saturday.
Wacky Walks in Pittsburgh is a royal themed scavenger hunt done using an app on your phone! During the game you will hunt for items around the city to gain points. Another way to earn points is by completing wacky challenges. There will be a King or Queen amongst your group in which you will compete for throughout the course of the game. The objective of Wacky Walks is to gain as many points as you can and hold on to your King/Queen title for as long as possible. Wacky Walks is not timed, so you can take as long as you'd like to complete it and can do it in any area of the city you choose. During the game, you'll have a remote host that will be chatting with you if you need help. Come get out and explore with us in Pittsburgh today!
A ticket to see the Pittsburgh Pirates play is your key to an unforgettable day of Major League Baseball action at one of America's most historic stadiums. Not only does PNC Park blend views of exciting baseball action with the picturesque Pittsburgh skyline, but the thousands of passionate baseball fans passionately cheering them on creates an atmosphere like no other. Whether you're a lifelong fan or just starting to learn the ropes of baseball, this ticket will give you an amazing experience - from the wild energy in the stands to the iconic view of downtown Pittsburgh, this is an event that must be experienced in person.
Seating categories are based on location and proximity to the field. Premium & Regular category seats generally sit along the 3rd baseline, behind home base or along the first base line. Premium seats are closer to the field. Whereas seats in the Budget seating category are generally higher up and in the outfield.
Pittsburgh was the birthplace of American Whiskey!
Landmark Distillery, Wigle Whiskey, re-ignited Pittsburgh's whiskey tradition. A twice nominated James Beard Semi-Finalist and 5 years as the most awarded craft whiskey distillery in the country by the American Craft Spirits Association, visiting Wigle is a Must-Do in Pittsburgh.
Join the Distillery team Saturdays for a tour and tasting. They'll walk you through how they start with organic, local grain to produce their award winning Rye and Bourbon Whiskey, Gin, Rum and other spirits. Throughout the tour they'll regale you with the true tale of the Pittsburgh’s Whiskey Rebellion, one of the country’s quirkiest and most pivotal events. The tour includes an explanation of our distillation process, a history of the Whiskey Rebellion told through the eyes of their namesake Philip Wigle, and a seated tasting of straight spirits.
The total length of the tour is 1 hour and is limited in size to ensure a fun experience for everyone.
Travel to a time before white Europeans "tamed" the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania, when Indians built mounds and walked trails. Be wary, though. It becomes the most dangerous place on Earth. We begin at the forts built at the Forks of the Ohio. We end at Logstown, the original Wild West town. Along the way, we'll be joined by howling wolves and dancing Indians. We'll visit an Indian burial mound that was carried away piece by piece until it is no more. Charles Dickens will reflect on his steamboat trip down the Ohio, and Grandmother will tell us why all the animals left Lenape land.
This is a self-guided audio tour. Please download the tour using the VoiceMap app in a wifi zone to enjoy full offline accessibility.
Together with the professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. Do you know how many bridges are in Pittsburgh? Pittsburgh is the “City of Bridges”. There are more than 445 bridges. You will be surprised how many stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of Pittsburgh. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. Perfect for those who are visiting the city for the first time and want to get the most of it!
Sample up to 12 beers on a 3 and a half group tour of four Pittsburgh breweries. Round trip transportation takes your group from the city center to the first bar. Choose from two start times and enjoy a complimentary pretzel snack with beer pairings. Sample the best beers at Strange Roots, The Couch, Penn Brew, and others. The tour also offers an in depth look at the beer making process.
Travel stress-free between Pittsburgh Airport (PIT) and the city with this private transfer service. You won’t need to deal with taxis or haggling for the fare. Instead, easily meet your driver at the designated spot, then relax into your private air-conditioned vehicle all the way to either the airport or your hotel, since this is a round-trip service.
At the Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh, every meal is an experience, whether on the road or on a lunch break. Dine in style and feel like a star at this popular restaurant, located at Station Square on the south shore of the city. Savor a 2- or 3-course, fixed-price meal with choice of theme. Enjoy the Legendary Burger, ribs, salmon, steak or a vegetarian option for the main course along with a side and desert. Coffee, tea or soft drink included.
Experience Pittsburgh through the eyes of a local on a private tour to the city’s top attractions and the hidden gems that most visitors miss. Set the start time and duration of the tour, then relax with provided round-trip transport from your hotel. Enjoy a walking tour of downtown Pittsburgh, visit the old Heinz Factory, discover the hippest neighborhoods, and much more. Then, take the Duquesne Incline up to Mt. Washington for the most impressive view of the city.
Wave goodbye to the Steel City with a comfortable, private transfer to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). No matter your flight time, this 24/7 service is ready to pick you up from your hotel, help you with your luggage, and whisk you to the airport. As you leave the Three Rivers behind, relax with complimentary soft drinks and Wi-Fi during your trip.
Enjoy a miniature tour of The Steel City during your transfer to or from Pittsburgh International Airport. This one-way transfer will take you and your group to or from your home or hotel. The journey also includes a small scenic tour of Pittsburgh within a fifteen-mile radius. The transfer can accommodate strollers but cannot accommodate wheelchairs.
Combining the excitement of competitive games and the rich culture that fills the Steel City, this scavenger hunt sends you on an adventure around Pittsburgh’s cultural sites. All you need is a smartphone to play this interactive game. Choose to play on the same team or against one another as you earn points by solving challenges and finding clues throughout the city’s cultural landmarks.
Stroll your way through Steel City as you race against the clock on this fun scavenger hunt. Ideal for groups of any size or age, you’ll take part in an interactive quest to complete the game before time runs out. Solve puzzles, answer trivia questions, and engage in challenges to earn points while discovering the many different sides of Pittsburgh.
Get a comprehensive tour of Pittsburgh in a unique way: on a scavenger hunt. With your group of fellow curious travelers and an adventurous guide, visit highlights such as Kaufmann's Clock, Point State Park, William Penn Hotel, and others. Find clues and prizes and learn about the city through your guide's commentary.
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