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Pittsburgh Tourist Attractions Pennsylvania - When planning a trip to Pennsylvania, you will find an assortment of Pittsburgh attractions to select for your trip that allow you to explore a wide-range of venues. For instance, open throughout the year, the Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium is the perfect place to take children when choosing Pittsburgh attractions for the entire family.

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There are plenty of tourist attractions in Pittsburgh awaiting a visitor to the city. Steelers fans and general football fanatics may enjoy a visit to Heinz Field where the NFL players take to the gridiron. If you wish to have a bit of amusement in your life, Kennywood is one of the oldest of its kind. Additional Pittsburgh attractions to consider when planning an itinerary include Point State Park and Station Square.

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Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium
1 Wild Place
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
You are never too young to spend the day at the zoo. At this site, you will find more than 4,000 animals, scattered about close to 80 acres of land.

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Gateway Clipper Fleet
350 West Station Square Drive
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
For tourists who enjoy a nice trip on the water, this sight serves as one of the largest boat operations in America. All through the year, numerous tours are offered.

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4800 Kennywood Blvd.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
When it comes to visiting one of the oldest amusement parks in North America, this is the place to seek out. Here, not only will you have a chance to enjoy a National Historic Landmark, but several water rides and roller coasters provide endless fun.

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Point State Park
101 Commonwealth Plaza
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Many tourists venture into the downtown section of Pittsburgh so they may enjoy some time at the Point State Park. Besides the natural scenery, there is also the Ft. Pitt Museum and Ft. Pitt Blockhouse situated in the area.

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Cooper Cabin Pioneer Homestead
199 Cooper Road
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Filled with family heirlooms and historic memorabilia, you will be able to browse about a handful of interesting buildings from the past. There is also a self-guided nature trail you may partake in during your visit.

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Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
Pittsburgh City
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
There are 13 rooms to explore when paying a visit to this Victorian glasshouse. No matter what time of year you vacation in Pittsburgh, you can always stop by this site.

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9600 Oceanshore Blvd
Jacksonville, Florida
There are plenty of marine features to explore when paying a visit at this site. More than just dolphins can be found at this sight, which is situated at State Rd A1A.

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Stephen Foster Memorial
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
When visiting this site, you will be able to pay homage to one of Pittsburgh fine musical natives. A concert hall, library, as well as museum were all fashioned to represent the great American composer, Stephen Foster.

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Station Square
Station Square Dr
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Located across from Smithfield Bridge, this attraction once served as a rail station before the early 20th century. Today, tourists flock to the area in order to sample the cuisine at the onsite restaurants, as well as do a little shopping.

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Rodef Shalom Botanical Garden
4905 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
This interesting botanical garden is a real-life replica of how ancient Israel once looked. When paying a visit to this tourist attraction, there are more than 100 temperate and tropical plants to admire.

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Pittsburgh Interesting Facts

  • Pittsburgh is centrally located – it is within 500 miles of more than half of the U.S. Population.
  • Clothing, groceries, and specialty foods are tax-free in Pittshburgh.
  • The first simultaneous heart, liver and kidney transplant was done at Presbyterian-University Hospital.
  • The first night game in World Series history was game 4 in 1971 in Pittsburgh.
  • The McDonald’s Big Mac was test marketed in three Pittsburgh-area McDonald’s restaurants in 1967.
  • Pittsburgh’s Civic Arena boasts the world’s first auditorium with a retractable roof.
  • Hugh J. Ward first came up with the concept of bingo in Pittsburgh.
  • Pittsburgh was home to the first U.S. Commercial Radio Station in 1920.
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