What's New in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh grand openings, new exhibits and big announcements

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New for 2023 | What's New in Pittsburgh

Update your itineraries and make plans for your next visit. Here's everything new in the city to add to your list.

The Landing Hotel Pittsburgh | Rivers Casino Pittsburgh

 Pittsburgh's newest hotel has it all – 210 guest rooms, direct access to the existing casino, an easy walk to Acrisure Stadium and PNC Park, and panoramic views of the city’s stunning skyline. Boasting a contemporary interior and exterior, the hotel also features free breakfast, free valet parking and a 24/7 fitness center.

Christian James | Joinery Hotel Pittsburgh

The newest restaurant concept housed within Joinery Hotel Pittsburgh, Christian James shows that behind every great dish is an even better story. The restaurant's unique concept uses a fictional character reminiscing about his travels to inspire a global menu paired perfectly with personal anecdotes and history.

Bonafide Beer Co.

Christian Simmons (Pennsylvania Libations, Four Seasons Brewing) and Travis Tuttle (Butler Brew Works), two familiar faces in the greater Pittsburgh beer scene, formed the new Bonafide Beer Co. in the Strip District out of friendship and a vision to produce authentic experiences for their patrons. The refined taproom and cocktail bar makes for a great place to sip and enjoy Bonafide’s modern take on everything from IPAs to Scottish ales, Irish dry stouts and American lagers.

Neighbor to Neighbor | Kelly Strayhorn Theater

Running Feb. 11-May 27, Neighbor to Neighbor is a visual art exhibition featuring the works of six artists. Presented in collaboration with BOOM Concepts, the exhibit, which brings together a diverse range of visual strategies, considers the impacts and possibilities around active neighboring. 

Bombay to Burgh

Flavorful. Trendy. Authentic. This Southeast Asian bistro,located across from the Edgewood Towne Center, has it all. Bombay to Burgh partners with local farmers and makers for the best ingredients which are then transformed into authentic dishes from the Indian subcontinent. 

58th Carnegie International | Carnegie Museum of Art

The 58th Carnegie International, the longest-running North American exhibition of international art, returns to the Carnegie Museum of Art this fall Sept. 24, 2022 – April 2, 2023. This year’s International, titled Is it morning for you yet?, is curated by Sohrab Mohebbi and aims to present an overview of how art and artists respond to the critical questions of our time.

Mars: The Next Giant Leap | Carnegie Science Center

When it comes to space exploration, why stop at the Moon? Mars: The Next Giant Leap, opened at the Carnegie Science Center on Nov. 19, 2022. The new exhibition launches visitors on a 300-million-mile journey to Mars, where they will explore relevant, contemporary issues that surround space exploration. This new 7,400 square foot permanent exhibition gallery is the most expansive new experience added since the Science Center opened in 1991.


Steelers Hall of Honor Museum

Acrisure Stadium has a new reason to visit year-round with the Steelers Hall of Honor Museum, which opened during the 2022 regular season. The addition honors the rich history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, highlighting the best Steelers’ players, coaches and front office personnel through displays, photos and video exhibits. The museum is located above the Pro Shop near Gate B.

On the Horizon | Coming Soon to Pittsburgh

A preview of what's next in Pittsburgh. Check back for groundbreaking announcements, new developments, upgrades and improvements, major event news and everything else coming soon to the city.

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National Senior Games

SportsPITTSBURGH is excited welcome the National Senior Games back to the City of Champions in the summer of 2023. Thousands of athletes, family members and fans are expected for the Games, a 20-sport competition for men and women aged 50 and over, and the largest multi-sport event in the world for seniors. Pittsburgh last hosted the National Senior Games in 2005. 

VIKINGS: Warriors of the North Sea | Carnegie Science Center

Sound the war horn! This limited exhibition, in Pittsburgh from Feb. 11 - Sept. 4, features never-before-seen Viking jewelry, clothes, weapons and much more. Visitors have their pick of immersive experiences as they can build their own Viking ship using a touch screen, hold a Viking sword and even try on traditional garb and roleplay as a Viking.

Novo Asian Food Hall

A first of its kind in Western PA, Novo Asian Food Hall will be an Asian food hall featuring seven stalls from Pittsburgh restauranteurs in an open kitchen concept. Mike Chen (Everyday Noodles) and Alex Tang (Mola) helm this ambitious concept coming in 2023 to The Terminal.

Indoor Mini Golf Locations | Puttery and Puttshack

The Strip District will be getting two immersive upscale mini-golf venues in 2023. Visitors to Puttery can enjoy a 21+ experience testing their skills on three themed, nine-hole course while sipping course-exclusive cocktails. Puttshack, located at The Terminal, will offer an upscale, hi-tech experience with exciting competition and scoring elements, plus exceptional food and drinks.

Pop District

The Andy Warhol Museum announced a major expansion project that will see the museum grow into six blocks of the North Shore, transforming the space into what they’re calling the Pop District. In 2024, construction begins on a multi-level venue which can accommodate up to 1,000 guests and will be available for corporate events. Additional components of this $60 million upgrade include development of a workforce development program, murals and classroom space to train artists of the future.

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