Pittsburgh’s unique topographical blend of steep, winding hills and three rivers make it a great place for your next green getaway. Boasting approximately 24+ miles of riverfront trails, WalletHub named Pittsburgh a top city for an active lifestyle.
Starting at Point State Park, the Great Allegheny Passage is a 150-mile bike and walking trail that links with the C&O Canal Towpath in Maryland and ultimately takes you to Washington, D.C., for a 335-mile adventure. With a devoted bike community, Pittsburgh is home to bike-accessible hotels and transportation, fascinating tours and accommodating bike shops.
Showcasing its iconic three rivers, Pittsburgh is a premier location for recreational kayaking, boating, fishing and more. Kayak Pittsburgh provides kayak rentals, paddle boarding and guided tours – or, you can take a trip aboard the Gateway Clipper Fleet for breathtaking views of the city.
Arts & Culture
Pittsburgh has a stellar reputation for quality and vibrant arts scene. In the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh is the Cultural District, a dynamic 14-square-block area filled with world-class theaters, engaging art galleries, inspiring public parks and art installations. Through visual and performing arts, Pittsburgh offers everything from cutting-edge to classics.
Celebrating the life and work of pop artist Andy Warhol, The Andy Warhol Museum is the most comprehensive single artist museum in North America and the largest collection of Warhol art and archives in the world.
Experience art, history and nature a The Frick Pittsburgh, a five-acre complex of museums and landscaped grounds including the Historic Clay Mansion, The Frick Art Museum, the Car and Carriage Museum and the Scenic Gardens & Greenhouse.
Food & Drink
The Pittsburgh food scene is red-hot and on the rise. With 90 unique neighborhoods, Pittsburgh has a variety of diverse, local flavors. Ranging from world-renowned chefs and restaurants to irresistible soul food, there truly is something to satisfy all your cravings.
Allegheny County boasts more than 30 area breweries offering a variety of craft beer experiences from traditional IPAs, to delicious creations, to unique sours. If you’re a craft beer fan, be sure to check out Barrel and Flow Fest – the country’s first Black brew festival celebrating local, regional and national black-owned breweries – a must-see annual event.
And, enjoy even more adult local flavors with a variety of local distilleries. From whiskey to rum to local wine, learn about Pittsburgh’s unique history with distilling and taste a variety of spirits.
While the French fry and coleslaw-garnished Primanti Bros. sandwich and pierogies are traditional culinary staples of Pittsburgh, the food scene in this city of three rivers has exploded, much like the city itself.