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Top 10 Pittsburgh Attractions

At almost every turn in Pittsburgh, you can see historical buildings that help tell a story in how our country was formed. You can also see a wide variety of attractions that are fun for the entire family.

1. PNC Park

Baseball and other sports abound at this large park. It has been rated as one of the top parks in the country by ESPN.

2. Phipps Conservatory

This is a relaxing outdoor facility where you can view the stars at night and the beautiful plants and flowers during the day. A gift shop and cafe are located at the conservatory.

3. Heinz Hall

Beautiful decorated with lights in the winter and an array of colorful flowers in the spring, this large hall is the perfect location for pictures or tours. Several instrumental concerts are held here during the year.

4. Mount Washington

If you enjoy walking in the historical part of a city where there are shopping centers and places that serve delicious food, then this is where to visit. You have an amazing view of the city skyline, and it is the perfect place to show visitors when they arrive in the city because it has a little bit of everything that Pittsburgh has to offer.

5. Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Children are sure to enjoy this history museum as it features numerous exhibits in science and math. You can dig for dinosaur bones and gems, and there are family activities through the year.

6. Heinz Field

This spectacular field is home to the Steelers. You can catch a football game while viewing the city and the areas of the river. The stadium opened only a few years ago, and it is one of the largest in the country.

7. Duquesne Incline

Don't let your fear of heights get the best of you when you scale the side of Mount Washington in a cable car. The incline reaches 400 feet, and when at the top, you have a breathtaking view of the city below and mountains in the distance.

8. St. Anthony's Chapel

While this church has a great deal of historical architecture that is pretty to look at, it also boasts pictures of bones and statues that draw guests inside.

9. Carnegie Museum of Art

View displays of paintings and sculptures in this large museum. There are hands-on activities for children, and there are tours for groups.

10. Carnegie Science Center

Take part in the hands-on science experiments offered here while learning about almost anything that has to do with science. From dinosaurs to space technology, you won't leave without learning something about the scientific world.

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