4 Fantastic Things to Do in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this Summer


Are you thinking about travelling to a new state within the United States this summer? With so many possibilities it can be hard to choose a destination. However, considering a trip to Pennsylvania — specifically a trip to Pittsburgh — should be at the top of everyone’s summer bucket list. Read on to discover four fantastic things to do in Pittsburg! You’ll find there’s more to this city than meets the eye…

A Steep Climb

One of the most popular attractions near the city is the Duquesne Incline. This provides a breathtaking view and has recently had a wonderful restoration. As such, there’s no reason not to take the journey yourself and get a fantastic photo opportunity. It’s a great adventure and while not recommended for those who are scared of heights everyone else is sure to enjoy the experience.

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Become A Viking

Everyone knows that the weapon of choice for the Vikings was the coveted axe. At least, that’s what comic books would lead us to believe. Indeed, axes have shown up as tools and weapons in various fantasy stories, but you probably didn’t know that you can actually learn how to use these yourself even today. Well, you can in Pittsburg and it’s definitely not for chopping wood. Instead, you can try axe throwing. An activity where an axe is thrown to hit a target, it’s something that the whole family can enjoy. With cool lights and other fun effects, it’s certainly not as old fashioned as it sounds. You’re probably thinking that you have the slightest idea about how to throw an axe. But don’t to worry, friendly staff members teach eager axe throwers all about it on the day.

Discover Everything About Andy Warhol


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If you are a lover of art then you definitely want to check out the Andy Warhol Museum. You’ll find it a block east across from PNC Park. It’s the largest single-artist museum in America and is housed in a refurbished warehouse. Here, you’ll find tons of cool exhibits and exciting art pieces certain to intrigue and delight. Warhol was born and raised in Pittsburgh, so it’s no wonder that the largest museum with his name is right here. It also has a fairly low ticket price so if you’re looking for a low spending day, this could be a great place to visit.\

Science Center

If you’re travelling with your family, than you should most certainly think about heading to the Carnegie Science centre. Here you’ll find various cool exhibits that the kids are sure to love with interactive options designed to keep their attention. There a full exploration station with everything from sports to weather and robotic systems on display. This makes a very cool day out and you can spend at least a few hours here to see absolutely everything.

Hopefully this article has convinced you that Pittsburgh is worth your time and isn’t just a “flyover city” that it’s sometimes portrayed to be. It can be a great option for a family trip or just an exciting adventure to discover a previously untraveled area of the US.

**this post is a collaborative post.


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