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?!?!
A trip to Pittsburgh is as unforgettable as it is easy.
Become part of the heartbeat of our city and region and see why National Geographic Traveller, UK included Pittsburgh on the The Cool List 2019. Experience world-renowned art from some of the most prolific American artists in history, dine in unique, offbeat, and award-winning restaurants, and dive deep into the rich sports culture. We invite you to pull up a chair. You are welcomed here.
With a direct flight via British Airways, Pittsburgh is just a plane ride away. And, after landing, getting to downtown is a 20 minute drive. Find a wide range of hotels and unique stay opportunities in any of Pittsburgh's 90 neighborhoods.
Pittsburgh has raised the likes of famed pop artist Andy Warhol and iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright. One of the best ways to get to know Pittsburgh is to get up close to the work of these legends. The Andy Warhol Museum is found on Pittsburgh’s North Side at the end of the Andy Warhol Bridge. Explore seven floors chronicling Warhol’s life. Or, venture beyond the city to the beautiful Laurel Highlands, to tour Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, the famous works by Frank Lloyd Wright.
In Pittsburgh, find a sense of down-to-earth authenticity on each plate, whether you’re grabbing a quick bite or settling in at a James Beard-nominated restaurant. Pittsburgh is known for a few delicacies of its own, but we’re not all french fries and pierogies. You’ll find something for all appetites here. When it comes to dining, Pittsburgh is topping lists and making an impression!
We wouldn’t leave you thirsty. Pittsburgh has booming craft beer, spirits, and wine industries. With over 40 craft breweries in and around Pittsburgh (and a few interesting ways to explore them), you’re sure to drink your fill. If whiskey is more your style, find 9 area distilleries that recall Western PA’s starring role in the Whiskey Rebellion.
Pittsburgh’s sport culture is timeless, passionate, and a way of life for some. In Pittsburgh, you’ll find some of the most die-hard sports fanatics in the world. Catch a game any time of year at one of the excellent sports facilities, each found within walking distance of one another. And, there's no shortage of things to do between sporting events in Pittsburgh. Even if you don't see a game, there are plenty of ways to get the Pittsburgh sports experience, like the Senator John Heinz History Center and the Clemente Musuem.