Things to Do in Pittsburgh


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Visit Pittsburgh

Visit Pittsburgh is the official tourism agency for Allegheny County. Established in 1935, the non-profit organization provides many useful resources for those planning to visit the greater Pittsburgh area. Check out their useful guides and trip-planning tools.
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Landmarks and Attractions

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* Advanced registration required—see Conference website

Self-guided Walking:

Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park

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July is baseball season in Pittsburgh! Raise the Jolly Roger at PNC Park, hailed as one of the best ballparks in the country. The Pirates take on the Milwaukee Brewers—visit the Conference Registration Desk for information on the group outing!
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A Bit Further

River Tours: Pittsburgh sits at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers where the Ohio River is formed. Many visitors choose to see the City's sights from the water, and several companies offer options for river cruises, kayaking, and more.
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Hiking Trails: Pittsburgh Magazine article featuring 10 of the Best Trails in the Pittsburgh Area. Each route connects to a different area, ranging from an hour nearby to day trips and overnight excursions. A great way to explore the area while visiting the City!
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Fallingwater: A house built between 1936 and 1939 over a waterfall in southwest Pennsylvania. Frank Lloyd Wright, America's most famous architect, designed the house for his clients, the Kaufmann family. It instantly became famous, and today it is a National Historic Landmark. Fallingwater is located in southwest Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands and 90 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
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