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Best things to do in Pittsburgh

Musée d'art
“The Andy Warhol Museum tells Andy Warhol’s story and explores his legacy through the largest collection of Warhol art and archives in the world. There is also a large, full floor gallery that holds rotating exhibitions featuring deep dives into the museum’s collection or showcase contemporary artists that resonate with Warhol's life and work. Past exhibitions in the 2nd floor gallery have included John Waters, Sister Corita Kent, and Kim Gordon. Explore all 7 floors of this wonderful museum, get immersed in the mutlimedia exhibitions, play in the Silver Clouds room and enjoy the work one of Pittsburgh's best cultural exports, Andy Warhol.”
Recommandé par 90 habitants
Musée d'art
“The Mattress Factory is a contemporary art museum. It was a pioneer of site-specific installation art and features permanent installations by artists Yayoi Kusama, James Turrell, and Greer Lankton.”
Recommandé par 63 habitants
History Museum
“We do not visit this place enough. It is one of the better museums in the country. Spend the afternoon here and then walk through Oakland and see the sites. ”
Recommandé par 45 habitants
Science Museum
“Andrew Carnegie is a large benefactor to Pittsburgh and you will find his name a lot of places. The Science center is great place to satisfy the curiosity in children of all ages. ”
Recommandé par 52 habitants
“Sprawling contemporary art museum features permanent collections of paintings, sculptures & more.”
Recommandé par 32 habitants
History Museum
“Explore Pittsburgh rich tradition of innovation and long history throughout Pennsylvania's largest history museum, a proud partner of The Smithsonian Institution. The 275,000 sq. ft. museum features six floors of long-term and changing exhibit space, including the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum.”
Recommandé par 42 habitants
Sculpture Garden
“Using paints, plants, plastic animals, yard sale finds and discarded construction materials, creator Randy Gilson has transformed his home and surrounding buildings into a colorful Pittsburgh landmark. After Randyland, take a slow stroll through the beautiful Mexican War Streets Northside neighborhood, it’s quite beautiful! ”
Recommandé par 39 habitants
“Interactive play for kids from MAKESHOP (a place to tinker with tools, a loom, sewing machine), an Art Studio, Water play area and more”
Recommandé par 32 habitants
Galerie d'art
“A cluster of museums and historical buildings formed around the Frick family's nineteenth-century residence known as "Clayton". It focuses on the interpretation of the life and times of Henry Clay Frick, industrialist and art collector.”
Recommandé par 18 habitants
Divertissement général
“only a 17 minutes trolley ride with an additional 5 minutes walk off of the Woodstreet station, the museum give you an excellent idea of the city”
Recommandé par 17 habitants
Bicycle Store
“Find the bike you had as a kid. Hundreds of thousands of bikes at this FREE museum. I don't even like bikes that much but it is one of my favorite places to go in Pittsburgh.”
Recommandé par 15 habitants
“One complex that contains both the Museum of Art (first museum of modern art in the USA) and the Museum of Natural History (over 230 dinosaur objects).”
Recommandé par 15 habitants
“Stunning, enormous 19th-century library with a cafe, classes open to the public, and kids' activities. For instance, every Saturday from 10:30-11AM is story reading for kids age 0-36 months; after the reading, kids can play with puzzles, a toy train set or of course books.”
Recommandé par 2 habitants
“only a 20 minutes trolley ride with an additional 5 to 10 minutes walk off of the gate away, the museum give you an excellent idea of the city”
Recommandé par 9 habitants
Musée d'art
Recommandé par 3 habitants
“6-minute walk. An unusual store-front museum with very limited hours, exploring natural history emerging under the influence of humankind.”
Recommandé par 6 habitants