Duration: Two days and two nights
Attention serious shoppers: On your mark. Get ready. Shop! Sophisticated style, fashion bonanzas and plenty of shopping opportunities lie ahead. We’ll kick things off in downtown Pittsburgh, a shopping metropolis. Then, we’ll hit the neighborhoods for some one-of-a-kind finds and authentic experiences. Follow our lead and we'll show you the secret side of shopping the countryside too, where you might just see an Amish barn-raising and a sale on that Coach bag you've been dying to have. Just leave extra room in the trunk.
Sip namesake microbrews beneath gothic chandeliers and fancy arches at the former St. John the Baptist, the same land where Allegheny Arsenal once manufactured supplies for the Union troops. Now, tasty sandwiches, arsenal pierogis and brick oven pizzas, along with some award-winning brewskies populate these pews.Read More >
The Primanti Sandwich is a true taste of Pittsburgh. It’s two slices of thick Italian bread with cheese and meat (think: roast beef or salami) and then piled high with cole slaw and French fries. It’s a meal unto itself!Read More >
This chic, contemporary hotel is within walking distance of the best dining, entertainment and shopping in Pittsburgh. It's like having your own place in the city's best location.Read More >
Located in historic Station Square, this hotel has more than 30 shops and restaurants at your doorstep. Station Square is also home to the iconic Gateway Clipper Fleet, Just Ducky Tours and the new Highmark Stadium, Pittsburgh’s 3,500-seat soccer-specific stadium.Read More >
The prime rib is pretty famous around these parts, and the rest of the menu is just as mouth-watering. Plus you can order everything to go if you feel like a prime rib picnic.
The Andy Warhol Museum
Andy Warhol spent a lifetime redefining art and culture as a whole. Pittsburgh’s Warhol Museum follows in his unique image. This constantly changing museum features some of his best-known work, as well as interactive experiences.
Point State Park
Located at the tip of Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle, Point State Park is the perfect spot to take a much-needed shopping break once your dogs start barking. The park contains an impressive water fountain that you can cool off by and dip your toes into, as well as paved promenades along the riverfront where you can find a secluded spot to take in dramatic views of the city, waterways and hillside scenery.
Located an hour outside of Pittsburgh, The Toy Box in Ligonier Pa., is a fantasy toy store in a Civil War era building - featuring toys for "kids" under the age of 110! The Toy Box has been serving western Pennsylvania since 1987 where you'll find Brio, Thomas the Tank, Folkmanis, Middleton, Corolle, Go Fly A Kite, Superflight, Playmobile, Red Farm Studio, Learning Curve Toys, Schylling, Kubla Craft and more, from over 400 suppliers.
Shops at Scenery Hill
40 miles south of Pittsburgh is where you’ll find unique shops in Scenery Hill, Pa. Shops include everything from the country inn and coffee roasters to jewelry and crafts. Head on over to the shops to explore fine gifts, holiday items, primitives, jewelry and more while enjoying local dining in their picturesque historic village.
Ross Park Mall
Just 15 minutes north of Pittsburgh is a luxury shopping mall that is anchored by Macy’s, J.C. Penney, Sears and Nordstrom’s. Along with the famous department stores, you’ll find nearly 150 specialty stores that make up this multi-level shopping center including Ann Taylor, J.Crew, Aveda, Banana Republic and more.