Pittsburgh stands at the point where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers come together to become the Ohio River.
It is the second most populous city in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia, and the metropolis of the western part of the state.
Pittsburgh Penn Street Station
Pittsburgh welcomes visitors from around the globe. Its strengths lie in its authenticity as an all-American city, and its genuine, hard-working and welcoming sense of community that has transformed it into one of the most surprisingly beautiful and progressive cities in the USA.
To fully relive Pittsburgh's past, visit the Senator John Heinz History Center for an immersive historical experience.
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission installs plaques to commemorate significant individuals, events and landmarks throughout the state. The guidelines require that the "person, event or site to be commemorated have had a meaningful impact on its times and be of statewide or national rather than only local significance."
By land or water, on four wheels or two, tour and experience Pittsburgh first hand.
Tag along with knowledgeable guides for free architectural walking tours of Downtown, or take food tour to sample Pittsburgh's authentic culinary prowess. Get out on the water aboard the Gateway Clipper or the Rivers of Steel Riverboat.
Keep active with a bike tour or keep it interesting on a Segway, there's something incredible to see in Pittsburgh, no matter how you get there.
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