This area was named as National Historic District for good reason: it is home to 15 blocks of Victorian style architecture. It is one of the liveliest, most entertaining areas in the entire city. There are boutiques, art galleries, famous bars and restaurants, live music and theatre venues, and all within walking distance! This is a must-see if you're in town, so don't leave without spending at least part of a day here!
Especially if this is your first time, but even if it isn't, Mount Washington is your ticket to an area that has some of the best scenic views of the city. There are also a number of lively neighborhoods, a bustling business district, and parks offering plenty of recreational activities for you to enjoy!
If you're going to go to Mount Washington, then the tram to the top is a must. This historic tram began its work in 1870 and to this day continues to carry passengers to the top. It offers one of the most splendid views of the city as it slowly ascends Mount Washington!
The locals love their baseball teams, and so will you when you visit PNC Park. Many rave about the excellent family atmosphere the park creates. If you don't believe that this park has everything for your baseball experience, then know that ESPN rated PNC Park as the top MLB stadium. Atria's is built into the side of the stadium, and is a fantastic restaurant to attend after a night of cheering and entertainment.
Uncover what lies beneath the veil of mystery that covers Ancient Egypt and its secrets at Carnegie. This museum offers to visitors the Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt, one of the most impressive exhibits including Egyptian history that you'll see. There's also the Hall of African Wildlife, Polar World, the Bird Hall and the Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians.
Pennsylvania is the perfect travel destination during a road trip as it connects the Mid-Atlantic to the Northeast to the Great Lakes areas of the country. History buffs can't skip a trip to Philadelphia to see where the Declaration of Independence was...