Local Attractions

Andy Warhol Museum

Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the place of Andy Warhol’s birth, The Andy Warhol Museum holds the largest collection of Warhol’s artworks and archival materials. It is one of the most comprehensive single-artist museums in the world and the largest in North America.

You can read more about this unique experience on their website.

PRO TIP! For the best experience, please reserve your timed tickets in advance.

Duquesne Incline

You have seen the pictures, now it is time to take a ride on the iconic Duquesne Incline.   This a unique, must-do experience for any trip to Pittsburgh as you glide 400 feet above the city’s three rivers on this historic funicular, one of only a few remaining in the country. Clibm the hillside of  Mt. Washington in an iconic red cable car and enjoy the views from the Observation Deck at the upper station, where you’ll soak in an incredible skyline view, a view that was named one of the “10 most beautiful views in America” by USA Today weekend magazine.

Discover the sights on their website!

PRO TIP!  Bring exact change with you as the inlcine is a cash only site.

Tanger Outlets

If shopping if your style, head to the Tanger Outlets in Washington, Pennsylvania, just 25 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.  With a variety of stores, there is sure to be something to meet your shopping desires.

Learn more about the shopping center on their website.

PRO TIP! Make sure to pack an extra suitcase for all our your discounted finds!

Breweries and Pubs

Calling all beer lovers! Pittsburgh is the city for you.  With over 50 unique, Pittsburgh only breweries, you are sure to find a new favorite in the city.  Penn Brewery, the oldest and largest craft brewery in Pittsburgh, specializes in German-style beers brewed in the tradition of German immigrants.

Discover more about Pittsburgh Breweries and Pubs!

PRO TIP!  View the online Pittsburgh Brewery Guide to plan your very own beer trail.