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?!?!
The MeetPITTSBURGH team is proud to now offer extended services to support you as you plan your next hybrid event!
As our clients’ needs continue to evolve, the MeetPITTSBURGH team is committed to adapting to meet these new demands and exceed expectations.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Pittsburgh for an in-person meeting. Until that time, please know that we are ready to assist in your planning needs as you move forward with hosting virtual and hybrid events.
Right now, travel isn’t like it once was, and we know that you still need to plan for your future meeting in Pittsburgh. We are here and equipped to show you your event venues virtually and get you familiar with Pittsburgh. We have partnered with Threshold 360 to bring Pittsburgh to you. Our interactive mapping combined with a personalized one-on-one tour will give you the information that you need to plan your event. Contact your MeetPITTSBURGH team member for more information.
MeetPITTSBURGH wants to be your one-stop resource for all things health and safety in Pittsburgh. That's why we've developed the PGH Commitment - a highlight of the wide range of health and safety commitments put forward by the Pittsburgh hospitality and tourism communities that prioritize your health and wellbeing.
The PGH Commitment is a mutual pledge between the Pittsburgh hospitality and tourism communities and the region's residents and visitors, demonstrating that these partners are aligned in exceeding the highest expectations when it comes to health and safety. The information presented through the PGH Commitment is an aggregate of in-place protocols from the Pittsburgh International Airport, local venues, businesses, transportation operations, restaurants, hotels, retailers, attractions and more.
The PGH Commitment adheres to the health practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County Health Departments and the City of Pittsburgh.
As you continue to work through the planning process, please keep these tools and assistance in mind: