Home of zombies, the first commercial radio station and the first bingo game, this town we call home has a lot of history - and a lot of fun stuff going on!

Getting Around

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Pittsburgh Museums and Parks

  • Carnegie Museum of Art
    Exhibits like the Pittsburgh International, youth art classes and more can be found at the CMOA, founded by Andrew Carnegie to highlight the "Old Masters of the Future."
  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History
    Dinosaurs, gems, ancient history: learn about it all at CMNH!
  • Carnegie Science Center
    Want to learn about the planets, motion, or health? The Carnegie Science Center is the place for you.
  • CitiParks
    Find information about free events and activities in the city's parks and recreation centers including free summer movies, Schenley Ice Rink and pools open in the city.
  • Heinz History Center
    250 years of Pittsburgh history, including art, antiques, sports, inventions, and more, is chronicled in this museum, located in the Strip District.
  • Mattress Factory
    The Mattress Factory presents art you can get into: whole-room installations, urban garden parties, and more can be find at its historic North Side location.
  • National Aviary in Pittsburgh
    Big birds, small birds, even penguins: see them all at the National Aviary!
  • Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
    For well over 100 years, Phipps has introduced Pittsburghers to the natural beauty of flowers and other plants.
  • The Warhol
    See the art of Pittsburgh Pop-Art Icon Andy Warhol and other contemporary artists.

Pittsburgh Sports and Recreation

Pittsburgh Music

Pittsburgh History