City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Downtown Pittsburgh Skyline
Pittsburgh is the second largest city of the US Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the county seat of Allegheny County. Pittsburgh is 22nd largest urban center of the whole United States.

Pittsburgh is largely admired by the kids because they love the Kidsburgh. They can watch the guitar exhibition at the Carnegie Science Center or get amazed by the Wizard of Oz at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh.  Animal lovers can go to the National Aviary and enjoy watching the penguins or visit the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium to see baby sea otters.  Visitors are mesmerized by the polar bears and the elephants which are playing and swimming here.

Kidsburgh offers you a lot of attractions including the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Carnegie Museum of Art.  You can witness scientific discoveries and dinosaurs coming alive.  You can travel through time since you will be experiencing the works of Impressionist and the contemporary.  Experience an exciting ride at the cable cars of the Duquesne Incline.  These transportations have been used by several travelers since 1877.
When you visit Pittsburgh, you can look forward to a series of festivals.  There are great museums that you can visit such as the ToonSeum, Carnegie Museum of Art and the Andy Warhol Museum.  The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is the best place to experience the American culture.  The Carnegie Science Center is where you can explore the roboworld, a coral reef and an actual submarine.  You can see the beauty of Pittsburgh by getting in the Gateway Clipper riverboat.  You can also learn the past and the present of Pittsburgh which is narrated by an expert.  Enjoy thrilling rides at the Kennywood Park.  This is the favorite traditional amusement park of the Americans because they have lovely gardens and top class coasters.

A Victorian glasshouse can be witnessed at the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.  You can experience the greenest gardens plus lots of wonders and discoveries.  The Senator John Heinz History Center is the place to explore the history of Pittsburgh.