2 mentions in First timer to Pittsburgh, what should I explore?
Laurel R. said, "...Jewish, theatres, restaurants and shopping. There are great museums; The Carnegie Museum of Art, The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, The Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Science Center. The Mattress Factory, The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh and more. Pittsburgh has also become a..." See More
Alexis C. said, "...to Oakland. Phipps and the Carnegie are a short walk. The Carnegie museums are each part of one large building. The Andy Warhol Museum is small, but worth visiting(http://www.warhol.org/). Also downtown is the Senator John Heinz History Center which is the history of..." See More
2 mentions in Pittsburgh on a budget?
Gre T. said, "...The Andy Warhol Museum is a don't miss if you are a visual artist. Though I first thought a museum dedicated to one artist would be somewhat boring over time, the curators do a great job mixing it up and keeping it fresh..." See More
James V. said, "...You might want to check out the Andy Warhol Museum. If you have access to a bicycle there is the trail along the river in the Southside area. Another option would be Schenley Park in the Oakland area...." See More
Alexis C. said, "...to Oakland. Phipps and the Carnegie are a short walk. The Carnegie museums are each part of one large building. The Andy Warhol Museum might be worth visiting if you're into Andy Warhol. Also downtown is the Senator John Heinz History Center which..." See More
Becky D. said, "...nice day. If you have time, take the incline up to Mt Washington for a gorgeous view of the city. The Andy Warhol Museum is nice, as is the Senator John Heinz History Center. Enjoy!..." See More
Breanna W. said, "...Hi Camille! I would definitely make it a point to get to the Andy Warhol Museum! It's one of my favorite places in Pittsburgh. And for dinner, do yourself a favor and get a reservation at Cure - it's one of my..." See More
1 mention in Roadtrip: Philadelphia to Chicago