Phipps Conservatory

Since 1893, Phipps Conservatory has offered tourists a top-notch garden experience on 15 acres. It also includes a 14-room glasshouse and 23 different gardens.

Mount Washington

Mount Washington steep hillside with views of Pittsburgh's skyline was ranked as the country's second-most stunning view.

PNC Park

The Major League Baseball  venue PNC Park is situated on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's North Shore. It is the MLB team's Pittsburgh Pirates' fifth home.

Bicycle Heaven

The largest bicycle-focused transportation museum in the world is called Bicycle Heaven.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

The museum has one of the best paleontological collections in the world, housing over 22 million specimens.

Cathedral of Learning

The 42-story Late Gothic Revival Cathedral, is the second-tallest university building in the world and the tallest educational structure in the Western Hemisphere.

Senator John Heinz History Center

The biggest historical museum in Pennsylvania. The Heinz History Centre is a lovely memorial to those who have contributed to Pittsburgh's past, present, and future.

Monongahela Incline

The Monongahela Incline is the country's first incline to accommodate passengers. It provides one of the most beautiful vistas of the city.

Roberto Clemente Bridge

Roberto Clemente Bridge, which is the primary link between downtown and the stadium region, is a spectacular cable-supported suspension bridge.

Allegheny Cemetery

More than 124,000 persons are memorialised in Allegheny Cemetery. Soldiers who served in the French and Indian War are buried in some of the oldest graves.