This former steel town is now a hot spot for fine food, a renowned art scene and strong spirits.

Once a hotbed of steel production, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is now a premier cultural destination. There’s a lot of hometown pride for the city’s own Andy Warhol — as well as a museum exploring his work and legacy. The August Wilson African American Cultural Center is dedicated to the playwright’s impact on American culture, as well as collections of work by Black artists. Oh and the food, whiskey and beer scene is both diverse and delicious, featuring everything from French brasserie fare to old-fashioned wurst and pierogi.

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Explore Pittsburgh

  • Downtown Pittsburgh
  • North Shore
  • Oakland
  • Strip District

Downtown Pittsburgh


At the confluence of the city’s three river systems — the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio — downtown Pittsburgh is a lively, walkable neighborhood and the city’s main business district. It also hosts some of Steel City’s top cultural offerings, from museums to theaters.

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Museums, Theaters, Parks, Restaurants

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North Shore


The North Shore neighborhood is the official home of Pittsburgh’s pro football and baseball teams. Enjoy a game or visit the Andy Warhol Museum, the largest cultural institution in North America dedicated to a single artist. And don’t miss the neighborhood’s food halls and breweries.

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Sports Arenas, Breweries, Museums

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Prestigious Oakland is home to Pittsburgh’s universities. Visit cultural sites like the Nationality Rooms and the Carnegie Museum of Art before strolling the fragrant acres of the Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens.

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Museums, Gardens, Universities

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Strip District


This is the gourmet epicenter of Pittsburgh’s food scene and the place to indulge in — among other culinary options — a whiskey tasting and a Southern-style supper at a restaurant that also offers old-fashioned arcade games.

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Dining, Coffee Shops, Bars

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Fall in Love with Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s Cultural and Culinary Delights

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Graze Your Way Through the Strip District

Take to the streets of the Strip District to discover the finest food and spirits in town. Get behind the counter of the market district’s bars and restaurants on a local food tour. Then end the day with a meal prepared by a James Beard Award-nominated restaurant group.

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Find Fascinating Culture Downtown

Begin your morning exploring downtown Pittsburgh, where the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers merge. Walk or bike in Point State Park before exploring the Pittsburgh Cultural District. Then it’s off to North Shore to visit the Andy Warhol Museum before grazing your way through a food hall and brewery.

Steak and frites

Explore Art in Oakland

Home to Pittsburgh’s universities, Oakland is an epicenter of innovation and culture. Visit the Carnegie Museum of Art before strolling the fragrant acres of the Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. End with a feast at a brasserie overlooking the lights of the Oakland neighborhood.

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