My favorite Pittsburgh park. There's a track, turf field, tons of trails, and more.
Huge park with a track, field, tennis courts, mini golf course in the summer, ice skating rink in the winter, pool, and playground. Great views of the city!
Amazing hikes and beautiful views. It’s a fantastic city park. It also has playgrounds, ice skating rink, pool, etc
Created in 1889 with land donated by heiress Mary Schenley, the park now contains 456 acres of trails, woods, and attractions. A daily destination for university students, business-people, and outdoor enthusiasts, the park also hosts major annual events such as the Vintage Grand Prix and the…
Wonderful park with plenty of space to run, play with your dog, or just enjoy some peace in nature.
“ Founded in 1895, the Carnegie Museums are a part of Andrew Carnegie's lasting gift to Pittsburgh. The Carnegie Museums complex is located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh and encompasses the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Hall of Sculpture and Architecture. Other connected buildings include the Carnegie Free Library and Pittsburgh's own Carnegie Music Hall.”
“Frick Park is the largest of Pittsburgh's four historic parks covering 644 acres. The trails are clearly marked and many follow the bubbling creek. Hot Dog Dam is a favorite natural splash and go hiker's dogs to enjoy.”
“The Pittsburgh Zoo is one of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the United States. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's Highland Park, the zoo sits on 77 acres of park land where it exhibits more than 4,000 animals representing 475 species, including 20 threatened or endangered species. Address: 7370 Baker St, Pittsburgh, PA 15206”
“Celebrate an inspiring Pittsburgh-native! What an eccentric guy. Please note this may not be appropriate for children.”