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Point State Park
Historic Sites, Parks, State Parks
USS Requin
Historic Sites, Ships
Heinz Memorial Chapel
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
PNC Park
Arenas & Stadiums
Heinz Field
Arenas & Stadiums
Forbes Field
Historic Sites, Arenas & Stadiums
Sri Venkateswara Temple
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Market Square
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Carnegie Mellon University
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Mr. Rogers' Memorial Statue
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
St Paul Cathedral
Churches & Cathedrals
Saint Anthony Chapel
Churches & Cathedrals
Church of the Epiphany
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
#1 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
It contains a simply marvelous collection of flowers, plants, etc. Walking through the various areas you experience fragrances and sights that are as fresh and envigorating as they are relaxing.
Brilliant lights, interactive displays, facts on every setting, on site snacks available for purchase (bread pretzels, mulled wine, popcorn, and hot chocolate, with or without the Kahlua).
PNC Park
#2 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
We saw a great game, sat in great seats and enjoyed the beautiful view of the Pittsburgh skyline just outside the park! Awesome to walk over the Roberto Clemente bridge and right into the park! Beautiful setting r...
Loved this stadium designed, eating delicious food, watching talented baseball players, and seeing the amazing view of the river and downtown Pittsburgh beyond the outfield.
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Mount Washington
#3 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
the fresh breeze, beautiful warm people, the refreshing sights of trees and mountain trails the grandview most beautiful vista in USA with the city 's skyline, AMAZING !!! BE SURE TO TAKE BOTH INCLINES AND GO BACK...
... world-class restaurants located there, along with some casual pubs and eateries that will make any afternoon or early evening fun and delicious, while you enjoy breathtaking cityscapes...as well as river views.
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Heinz Memorial Chapel
#4 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
From European point of view this is peculiar to built something like this in 20th century, but it looks quite unique and interesting in the middle of Oakland and adds a bit of medieval mystery to modern vicinity :...
Its Indiana limestone exterior walls are elaborately detailed and carved and its 250 foot tall spire is a Pittsburgh landmark.
Saint Anthony Chapel
#5 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
... contained here..had family member visit and all enjoyed this visit...if you are close to Troy Hill area..ten minutes from strip and down town this is must see..times and dates open to public on there web site..
We visited Saint Anthony's Chapel on 10/29/16 to view the the Saints relics and view the statues.
Heinz Field
#6 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
... a state without its own football team, we fully embraced the Pittsburgh passion for its beloved Steelers and absolutely love visiting this beautiful stadium with a breathtaking view of our beautiful city.
But, great facilities, easy access, great city view and as an expectator... awesome!!! Sound system could be a little bit louder.
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USS Requin
#7 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
You actually get to descend into the vessel, and view it as it was in 1945, The docents are extremely well versed on its history, as well as technical details.
Interesting site-vintage decor, all authentic to the times.
Point State Park
#8 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
This park has a bit of everything - great views of the magnificent architecture in the city, views of the mountains and inclines, views of the rivers ... Throw in some amazing history courtesy of Fort Duquesne and...
This has always been one of my favorite places in the city; I've always found the confluence of the rivers to be peaceful and the view to be beautiful, and now that I am an adult the historical perspective is grea...
University of Pittsburgh
#9 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Diverse restaurants, diverse activities and diverse sights.
Be sure to ride the elevator up as far as you can and you can view the surrounding areas from the highest point in Oakland.
PPG Paints Arena
#10 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Great views from every seat, helpful staff, an amazing penguins store, free stuff when you enter, a great sound system and lights.
Great venue, parking is close (expensive but close), the facility is spacious, great view from every seat.
The Strip District
#11 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
A diverse collection of wholesale and retail shops, restaurants, markets, and specialty food stores the Strip District presents sights, smells, and tastes to please all the senses!
Views and views of alleys, all breathtaking!
Roberto Clemente Bridge (Sixth Street Bridge)
#12 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Located next to PNC Park this bridge has wonderful views of the ballpark, skyline, other bridges, inclines, and rivers.
Sure the Golden Gate is wonderful and long with great ocean views, but we love the 6th Street Bridge in Pittsburgh the best.
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
#13 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Allow yourself several hours to explore and maybe even plan to have lunch on-site.
Wonderful Site
Monongahela Incline
#14 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
This one is easy to find, has convenient parking, and goes up to a quaint neighborhood with wonderful private shops, eateries, and bars as well as a spectacular view of downtown and the river.
I love this incline, there’s a great view of the top and I really enjoyed it I love taking pictures of the downtown skyline from the top of the incline this is also great for families and Washington if you work up...
PPG Place
#15 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
This is one of Pittsburgh's many amazing landmarks and can be seen from pretty much anywhere in the city.
Since you enter Pittsburgh city limits, you will see this tower from almost everywhere you stand and in every view it will stand out.
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Market Square
#16 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Nestled within this magnificent structure is Ruth's Chris and what a fabulous walk and site it will be!
After dinner grab your favorite Starbuck's refreshment and head over to PPG Place to view the beautiful fountain.
South Side
#17 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Great views of the river.
Sri Venkateswara Temple
#18 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Pros: Temple between woods in hill top, driveway, rest rooms, ambiance, calm atmosphere, view, positive vibrations, meditate, elegant tasty Indian food.
Happie to som many indian families after a long time of two years at temple, parking is avaliable at off site you need to take shuttle to reachup temple but parking at temple will be avaliable at normal days
Allegheny Cemetery
#19 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
It is a lovely place for a quiet stroll/run past grave-sites that go back prior to the Civil War and up to today.
My grandparents lived within view of the massive stone walls.
Shadyside
#20 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Carnegie Mellon University
#21 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
This gives the campus and open ambiance and a view of the brilliant blue Pittsburgh skies in the summer time.
I didn't know this was a University Ranking site, but this is a top school.
Pittsburgh Water Steps
#22 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
As a bonus the view from these steps is wonderful as you are looking out across the river to the financial district and the mountains.
It is a great view both looking towards the steps at the structure itself and looking from the steps to the scenic views of the city of Pittsburgh.
Fort Pitt Block House
#23 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
My wife and I visited this free site during our visit to Point State Park.
Interesting site.
St Paul Cathedral
#24 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Very beautiful Gothic church, lots of interesting things to view on the stained glass windows.
Squirrel Hill
#25 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
IamYoga Squirrel Hill -- An Insiders's View
Mr. Rogers' Memorial Statue
#26 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
His statue is situated on the walk along the north shore of the city, offering a great view of the skyline from the opposite side of the Allegheny river.
We found the statue on a nice walk along the North Shore and discovered that there were also many other great sites to see.
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Homewood Cemetery
#27 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
Grandview Overlook
#28 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
This park runs along the top of the ridge overlooking the river and downtown, offering amazing views and a safe, healthy hike at the same time.
A breathtaking view of Pittsburgh that is worth the trip for everyone who visits the city.
Andy Warhol Bridge
#29 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
The view of the city from it's rivers is magnificent.
Bridge was getting worked on during our visit in August but it still was a site to see.
Forbes Field
#30 of 62 Sights & Landmarks in Pittsburgh
The site of Babe Ruth’s final 3 home runs, and the place where Bill Mazeroski hit the ONLY game 7, 9th inning walk off in World Series history.
Site of the 1960 World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates!