Whether you have 24 hours or a lifetime to explore the Steel City, start here.
This once-industrial hub of western Pennsylvania has completely renovated to a now an up-and-coming city with a lot of awesome things to see and do like hiking up Mt. Washington or exploring downtown. Make your time here count; start this Quest for the best 24 hours in western PA.
Historic meets modern and posh meets minimalist for a unique stay downtown. Indulge in the contemporary amenities while honoring the building’s architecture, charm and stature.
Family business selling fresh fish, seafood, meat, and poultry since 1912.
Located directly south of downtown Pittsburgh, this lively neighborhood boasts an active business district in addition to scenic parks and recreational activities.
The Strip District
Located on a narrow strip of land in a flood plain, scenic neighborhood features historic points of interest such as Senator John Heinz Regional History Center and Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction Building.
Your first visit may be for the view, but you will return again and again to enjoy one of Pittsburgh’s premiere fine dining experiences.
Andy Warhol Bridge
Walk across the bridge to PNC Park and take in the view of the stadiums.
Roberto Clemente Bridge
The Roberto Clemente Bridge, named after Pittsburgh’s baseball great and humanitarian Roberto Clemente, connects the Downtown Cultural District to the beautiful PNC Park baseball stadium and points north.
Andy Warhol Museum
The Warhol is ever-changing, constantly redefining itself in relationship to contemporary life using its unique collections and dynamic interactive programming as tools.
Frick Art & Historical Center
Enjoy the Frick Art Museum; the Car and Carriage Museum; Clayton, the restored 19th-Century Victorian home of Henry Clay Frick; the Cafe at the Frick; the Greenhouse; and the Visitors’ Center which once served as the Frick children’s playhouse.
Randyland is the home of artist, Randy Gilson. Using paints, plants, plastic animals, yard sale finds and discarded construction materials, he has transformed his home and surrounding buildings into a colorful Pittsburgh landmark.
Home of the Almost Famous Sandwich! The Original Location from 1933! Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
This retro, yet modern, urban park incorporates classic design elements with modern amenities for both spectators and athletes.
Pittsburgh Improv Jam
Experienced improvisers, eager beginners, and brave first-timers are placed on teams together to create improvised comedic scenes based on audience suggestions. Don’t want to perform? Don’t sweat it! Audience tickets are only $3 cash the door or free with a downtown ticket stub from earlier that evening.
Best of Pittsburgh 2019 Party!
Join us for the 18th annual Best of Pittsburgh Party, where we celebrate Pittsburgh. 2019 was a record setting year with over 200,000 votes cast from readers across Pittsburgh who nominated and voted for their favorites, and August 8th is the big reveal.
Restaurant Week Early Access
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Summer 2019 starts early at select area locations. That’s three extra days to enjoy the limited-time menus that are featured.
Fresh Fest 2019
One year after the game-changing 2018 festival, Fresh Fest returns with another amazing line-up of Black-owned breweries as well as breweries collaborating with Black artists and entrepreneurs from Pennsylvania and beyond. VIP, Early Admission, and General Admission festival tickets are on sale now.
Fleet Feet Liberty Mile
Whether an average joe or a pro, challenge yourself, family, friends and others to find out who is the fastest during Downtown Pittsburgh’s only nighttime road race!