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What's happening in Pittsburgh now, you ask?
Looking for ways to experience Pittsburgh from home? Check out some of these Pittsburgh businesses and attractions that are offering virtual experiences!
The Science Center will host a virtual Earth Week celebration on social media Mon.–Sun., April 20–26, 2020. CSC’s Three Things, a curated list of something to READ, something to WATCH, and something to DO posted at 8 am on Facebook and Twitter, will celebrate a different Earth-friendly theme each day.
Pittsburgh is home to many iconic musicians. Kick back, relax, and enjoy some Pittsburgh-themed tunes courtesy of our Pittsburgh Playlist!
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is offering a collection of all-new online classes. From seasoned green thumbs to aspiring floral designers and budding backyard vegetable gardeners — some of the most popular Phipps courses are available to attend from the comfort and safety of your home.
Bring the 'burgh to your next video conference call or virtual happy hour! Take a trip to Pittsburgh's Mount Washington neighborhood for incredible city views, visit the iconic Cathedral of Learning or celebrate with Crosby during the Stanley Cup parade.
We invite you to meet in Pittsburgh virtually with these custom Zoom backgrounds, sure to make every video call feel like home.
Thursday and Fridays at 7pm
While our physical theater is closed, all of us at Pittsburgh Public Theater invite you into our artistic home in a new way. Join us online for PlayTime, Thursdays and Fridays at 7pm. PlayTime is a new online reading series, hosted live by Artistic Director Marya Sea Kaminski, that will bring great classic plays and the work of extraordinary Pittsburgh writers right to your living room, computer, or device.
Support our local artists by bidding on one, or more of the 90 Painted Chairs. Browse the 90+ chairs transformed by local Pittsburgh artists and place your bid through May 15. The online auction for VisitPITTSBURGH and The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council's 90 Painted Chairs Program benefits the Teaching Artists Initiative.
Experience the Gilded Age at The Frick Pittsburgh. Virtual museum experiences include kids activities, virtual tours, virtual exhibitions and much more! Check out our Frick blog post for more inspiration.
Explore the cultures that make up Pittsburgh! Watch videos about each Nationality Room on their site. Check out our Nationality Rooms blog post for more inspiration.
Immersive, room-sized installations can be just as awe-inspiring virtually as they are in person! Virtual experiences include video walk-throughs and artist interviews.
Have some fun at home with the Pirates! The team has posted word games and other activities to keep you busy and in the spirit for the black and gold.
Connect with the Carnegie #MuseumsfromHome with interactive virtual visits, lesson plans, archives and more! You can find plenty to do from the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, plus the Carnegie Science Center and the Andy Warhol Museum.
The Grammy Award winning Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is bring new music, music from archives and music for educating at home to you!
A favorite single-screen cinema in Lawrenceville is offering online showings of classic, independent, and foreign films. Pop some popcorn, grab a beer, and enjoy the show!
Explore the wonder of the Westmoreland at home with art activities, virtual tours, and the Westmoreland's Blog, where you can get up close and in depth with artists and exhibitions.
Support a local business and show your Pittsburgh Pride with some swag from Steel City, available online!
Spread a little Pittsburgh love with the Sending Love Postcard Campaign from love, Pittsburgh's online shop. Whether you send a note to a loved one, a healthcare professional or a neighbor, a small act of kindness can go a long way.