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Family fun, outdoor entertainment, history, culture, sports, visual arts...No matter what you're idea of a good time is you won't run out of things to do, while visiting Pittsburgh.


There are plenty of interesting and appealing attractions in the city, for every preference, taste, budget or age, among the most favorite ones being:


>> Pittsburgh Children's Museum, filled with interactive and imaginative exhibits, for the enjoyment of adults and children alike, challenging the little ones' abilities, helping them to better understand themselves and the world they live in, teaching them new things in a fun, exciting manor, trough exhibits, displays and attractive hands-on activities.


>> The Andy Warhol Museum, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, featuring extensive permanent collections of art and archives on one of the most influential American artists of the twentieth century - Andy Warhol - a primary resource for anyone seeking insights into contemporary art and popular culture.


>> The historical Fort Pitt Museum, housed in a recreated bastion of Fort Pitt, which was originally built in 1758 by the British, offering visitors detailed information on Fort Pitt's role during the American Revolution, the Whiskey Rebellion and the founding of Pittsburgh.


The museum awas established and operated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission until its closure in August 2009 from state budget cuts, being re-opened in April 2010, after being taken over by The Heinz Center.


Annual Events


There are tons of fun and entertaining celebrations, happening throughout the year in Pittsburgh, including:

- the Annual Pittsburgh Folk Festival with ethnic music, food and a market that sells goods from all over the world;

- the Greater Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival, honoring Medieval England;

- the Annual Italian Summer Festival, and the Annual Irish Festival in September, just to name a few.


No matter what month you choose to visit the city, you'll find out that something is going on in town.


You have to catch at least one of Pittsburgh's annual events, in order to trully call yourself a visitor, 'cause either one of the city's exciting celebrations are considered a must, when visiting.




The second favorite activity, chosen by tourists, after visiting Pittsburgh's attractions is shopping.


Everybody loves to shop, and with the rich and vast array of great shopping options, convenient for both visitors on a budget or not, available in the city, shopping in Pittsburgh is a delight.


Among the top places to shop in Pittsburgh, there are:


- Station Square: 125 West Station Square Drive, Pittsburgh, PA.

- South Hills Village: Space 1405A, 301 South Hills Village, Pittsburgh, PA.

- Ross Park Mall: 1000 Ross Park Mall Drive, Pittsburgh, PA.

- The Galleria: 1500 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA.

- Robinson Mall: 100 Robinson Center Drive, Pittsburgh, PA.

- Northway Mall: 8000 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh, PA.

- Mt Nebo Pointe: Camp Horne Road & Camp Horne Rd, Pittsburgh, PA.

- Stoner Centre: 4136 Library Road, Pittsburgh, PA.

- North Hills Village: 8901 Mcknight Rd # 22, Pittsburgh, PA.

- Warren Plaza: 2541 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA.

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