Enjoy Fall in Monroeville

Enjoy Fall in Monroeville

Monroeville is conveniently located near Pittsburgh and has something for everyone to enjoy.

The neighborhood of Monroeville is located only 12 miles east of Pittsburgh. It's home to a variety of large and small businesses, a large residential community, bustling shopping districts, some great restaurants, and tons of things to do. Monroeville also has a recently renovated convention center that hosts many exciting events throughout the year. Here are some of the top things to do in Monroeville in the fall

Hiking Trails 

One of the most beautiful places to be this time of year is Western Pennsylvania! Experience all the beauty of nature by hitting the trails at Boyce Park. Take to the trails via bike, boot, or horseback.

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Playing on the natural berms. #mtb #mountainbike #stumpy #braaap

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Grab A Sweet Treat 

The holidays are right around the corner! Get an early start on the sweets with a trip to Moio’s Italian Pastry Shop . This little slice of history has been in the area since 1935 and serving Monroeville since 1972 with Rum Cakes, Cannoli, Sfogliatelle, and much more. 

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Moio’s! #Italianbakery #handmade #sfogliatella #wow #heaven #christmasgoodies #pittsburgh

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Things to Do

Get into spooky season at Zombieburgh Lazer Tag . For $6 per person, you and your friends can hunt zombies and tag each other game after game. Host a birthday party for the kids or bring your team for a fun group outing! 

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Sundays are for axes! We have walk-in hours from Noon-7PM at both locations for just $20/hr per person. So get your friends and get your axes down here! 🎯🍻 axethrowingpgh.com #LumberjAxes #AxeThrowingPGH #WalkInsWelcome #BYOB #SundayFunday

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Did you know that the Monroeville Mall is the site of the original zombie apocalypse? George Romero’s Night of Living Dead is truly a hometown tale. Find out more about Pittsburgh’s zombie ties, then explore this piece of modern film history, while getting in some shopping in! 

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