Top 10 Pittsburgh Attractions

Growing up in Pittsburgh, I was fortunate to have all the many restaurants and attractions to choose from for the perfect day or night out.  In this post, I shared my Top 10 favorite attractions in Pittsburgh, enjoy! 🙂

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1) Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium
Spend a beautiful day exploring what the Pittsburgh Zoo has to offer. Enjoy the sites of many animals from across the world and relax by hearing the heart-warming sounds as you walk the grounds.

2) LeMont
Are you looking for a romantic night out on the town? Then the LeMont is your place to go.  When you come to LeMont, except to be splurging because it is an expensive restaurant! Enjoy fine dining as you overlook the beautiful skyline.

3) Gateway Clipper
Travel the rivers of Pittsburgh on a Gateway Clipper Cruise for an evening of dining and dancing, it will be an experience you won’t forget!  Explore Pittsburgh in the best kind of way, by sailing the rivers!

4) Red Fin Blue
Escape from reality and pretend you’re at the beach by enjoying dinner down by the river at Red Fin Blue.  Enjoy a delicious, inexpensive meal while relaxing on the deck.

5) Andy Warhol Museum
It’s the only museum in the country dedicated to a single artist.  Spend the day at the art museum enjoying the many different art pieces.

6) Beer Market
I’ve only been to Beer Market once, but I definitely plan on going back soon. I’m very picky when it comes to beer and trying new kinds. However, when you go to Beer Market you have to try unique, delicious craft beer. Beer Market also serves wine.

7) Point State Park
This is my favorite place to go in the summer. It’s the perfect ending to a romantic date night. Enjoy the breathtaking fountain, as it lights up at night down by the river.

8) PPG Place/ Market Square
It’s the perfect place for a date night or just walking around and looking at the scenery, it’s surrounded by PPG’s glass buildings. It’s my favorite place to go during the holiday season to ice skate and enjoy the cheerful atmosphere.

9) Nakama
If you like Sushi or Hibachi, then the place to go is Nakama. While you’re there, you might even run into a famous athlete from Pittsburgh.

10) Kennywood
Spend the day at Pittsburgh’s well-known amusement park.  Make sure to try the Potato Patch French fries you won’t be disappointed.

I enjoy venturing around Pittsburgh, exploring new places and trying new things. If you have any suggestions of where I should try let me know, I’d love to hear!