Duration: Two days and two nights
There aren’t many places where you can get a complete education that covers art, natural science and history like you can in the Pittsburgh area. This road trip will give you a lesson on two of the most renowned artists of our time in Andy Warhol and Frank Lloyd Wright. You will also learn the importance of economics during our shopping excursions. Nature will be front and center as you scale Mount Washington and visit one of Western Pennsylvania’s beautiful state parks. And, through it all, you will come face-to-face with history at every turn. Buckle up and hit the road with us as we explore all that greater Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania has to offer.
Owned and operated by television chef Lidia Bastianich and her son Joseph, this restaurant serves up some of the best traditional and contemporary Italian fare you will find anywhere.Read More >
Located in the heart of the downtown business district, the renowned Omni William Penn Hotel is a historic landmark elegantly renovated for the 21st century traveler, while retaining its original 1916 charm. Just steps away from the Convention Center, sporting and cultural venues and a variety of shopping. 17 miles from Pittsburgh International Airport.Read More >
If you enjoy great German cuisine served with outstanding German beer in a lively, festive setting modeled after a Bavarian beer hall, then this is the perfect place for you.Read More >
Great Allegheny Passage
If biking or hiking is your thing, then you will definitely want to check out the Great Allegheny Passage. With 135 miles of hiking and biking trails, this passage will lead you by rolling brooks and streams, quaint small towns and lush meadows and forests.
Heinz History Center
A great place to spend an afternoon (or morning) with six floors and more than 275,000 square feet of permanent and rotating exhibits. The Heinz History Center is home to the Western Pennsylania Sports Museum and the Library & Archives which documents more than 250 years of life in Western Pennsylvania.
Even if you’re not a baseball fan, PNC Park is an exciting place to be. With great views of downtown Pittsburgh to go along with outstanding food options, PCN Park is an ideal place to take the whole family during the baseball season.
Since 1893, the Phipps Conservatory has been an oasis of sorts for those seeking to get away from the hustle and bustle in favor of a more serene and relaxing atmosphere. The botanic gardens here are nothing short of works of fine art.