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Make your fall travel plans for Pittsburgh! It's the season of iconic festivals, Steelers football and vibrant foliage
With cooler temps and festival fun packed into every weekend, Pittsburgh has more to do than ever this fall! The Asian Lantern Festival returns to the Pittsburgh Zoo with colossal lanterns and an all-new 2023 display, Pittsburgh Irish Festival rocks the Carrie Blast Furnaces and Phantom Fall Fest is resurrected at Kennywood as we creep closer to spooky season.
Plus, September means the return of your Pittsburgh Steelers to Acrisure Stadium as the city becomes a sea of black and gold each Sunday. With the Pirates and Riverhounds also playing, it's easy to plan the ultimate sports getaway to the Burgh this month.
As college students begin their semester, we've launched BURGH101, a Pittsburgh savings pass offering discounts and specials at select locations. Enroll today, this is one class you don't want to skip.
Outdoor aficionados, don't worry. September is secretly the best time to visit as the water stays warm but cooler temps make long days of cycling, kayaking and hiking even more enjoyable.
When you're ready to relax, take a ride on the Inclines, celebrate Oktoberfest at trend-setting local breweries, see a show in the Cultural District, make dinner plans and rest at fantastic accommodations to recharge for the next day of exploring.
Discover how Pittsburgh’s diversity and vibrant 90 neighborhoods make our region a major travel destination to discover and celebrate.