LGBTQIA+ Travel in Pittsburgh

​Get out and explore all that Pittsburgh has to offer!

From a vibrant arts and culture scene, outdoor adventures, rich history, a fantastic food scene and so much more – you’ll find plenty of welcoming and inclusive things to see and do. 

Stay a While

Pittsburgh is home to a number of TAG Approved® hotels offering fantastic accommodations. Whether you’re looking to stay Downtown or in the neighborhoods, amenities range from lush, boutique-style rooms to rooftop Biergartens. It’s safe to say Pittsburgh has you covered – quite comfily may we add. 

Get Out and Play!

Pittsburgh is home to a thriving arts and culture and scene. A visit to The Andy Warhol Museum is a must. Explore decades of artworks and collections of the Pittsburgh-native Andy Warhol, who openly expressed his queer identity and life in art. And, be sure to make time to explore the Mattress Factory, a unique, contemporary art museum that features site-specific installations, like the late Greer Lankton’s It’s all about ME, Not You. Lankton is remembered for eloquently exploring and questioning the norms of gender and sexuality. 

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Be Seen! 

Reel Q produces events and film screenings throughout the year, including the flagship annual festival, Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBTQ+ Film Festival. The organization’s mission is to increase availability and accessibility of queer film in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas.

Dine Out!

There’s no shortage of fantastic restaurants in Pittsburgh, too. From quick bites in local favorite spots to delicious meals with breathtaking skyline views, you’ve got your choice of delectable picks. Make sure you schedule a stop in East Liberty to check out Square Café, a colorful café known for tasty and creative breakfast, brunch and lunch offerings in a super welcoming space.