Welcome to Pittsburgh! What do you want to do first? Not sure yet? Well what about plans for tomorrow? …Well you still have time to decide… Where are you staying? You haven't booked a hotel yet?!?!
For upcoming events that will pique your interests, fire up your taste buds and inspire new adventures, look no further. Check back each week for an up-to-date list of what to do in the 'Burgh.
Jan. 11-24 | Various Pittsburgh Restaurants
It’s the most delicious time of year in Pittsburgh! This year’s Winter Edition Restaurant Week features special dine-in and takeout options for more than 30 local restaurants. Show your support to the restaurants while enjoying an incredible meal. Participating restaurants are committed to operating within all local, state and federal health and safety guidelines.
Jan. 13 | Virtual
Enjoy virtual interactive sessions for early learners ages 3-5. Hosted by the Senator John Heinz History Center, this session features the story of groundbreaking jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams. This is a free program with donations strongly encouraged. Advanced registration is required.
Jan. 15 | Virtual
The August Wilson African American Cultural Center presents Poetry Unplugged, an MLK Celebration. Tune in for a virtual night of truth and power using the life and work of Martin Luther King as inspiration. Poets include Paragraph, Caroline Rothstein, Peggy Robles-Alvarado and CJ Parker. Tickets are required.
Jan. 15 | Virtual
Join The Andy Warhol Museum and Danielle Linzer, director of learning and public engagement, for an online experience created specifically for people who are blind or have low vision. Explore the museum’s extensive collection with vivid, rich verbal description and discussion. Pre-registration is required.
Jan. 17 | PPG Paints Arena
The Pittsburgh Penguins are back in action at PPG Paints Arena for this season’s home opener vs. the Washington Capitals. Pittsburgh’s season includes 26 sets of games where the Penguins will be playing the same opponent in two-consecutive games. The game starts at 12 p.m. and will be aired on NBC.
Mondays through Feb. 22 | Carnegie Science Center
Enjoy Munchkin Mondays with your small scientists featuring themed activities for kids ages 2-6. Explore exciting science concepts, shows, make-and-takes and live science demonstrations every Monday at Carnegie Science Center. This event is free with museum admission.
Please Note: Some events have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak precautions. These listings may not reflect the most recent updates. Please check official event and venue websites to confirm the status. Thank you for understanding.