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Sightseeing in Pittsburgh

“There is no shortage of things to do at the aviary. The exhibits are focused around being interactive and let guests and the birds coexist. See birds from all around the world, feed canaries, feed toucans and meet the two sloths! If you are a fan of birds of prey, go to the sky deck where you can see unbound birds flying around. ”
41 locals recommend
History Museum
“Devoted to the history and heritage of Western Pennsylvania, the History Center is Pennsylvania's largest history museum and a proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute. It has 6 floors of historical exhibits, archives & a separate sports museum. It is also wheelchair accessible.”
41 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Henry Clay Frick's home in Pittsburgh. Tours available. Nearby, the Frick Art Museum with rotating exhibitions. Frick's reknowned art collection ended up in New York because, it is said, Frick feared the damaging effect of industrial soot and grime, spewed by his own factories, on his masterpieces. ”
2 locals recommend
“Great for walking, biking, deer viewing, geese viewing, scenically getting to Lawrenceville.”
3 locals recommend
Historic Site
“STEELERS FANS - Sight of the Immaculate Reception at Three Rivers Stadium. There's a statute and a memorial here. Good place for a photo.”
1 local recommends
“Something to check out if you're walking around downtown - the building is Romanesque Revival. Find the "bridge of sighs" between the two buildings, the court and old jail.”
1 local recommends