6 City Adventures in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The experiences found in the Steel City range from hulking sandwiches to an inventive museum that celebrates the life of a pop-art icon.   

Roberto Clemente used to play baseball here, a fact that is still celebrated to this day not only at the ballpark, but also a former firehouse turned museum that bears his name. Then, there’s the museum celebrating the art of Andy Warhol, who hails from Pittsburgh. Beyond that, the insight into local culture isn’t complete without exploring Frick Park and the food scene that created the “Almost Famous” Primanti Bros. sandwich.

The Clemente Museum

Mural of Roberto Clemente outside The Clemente Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of The Clemente Museum)

Roberto Clemente left his mark on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a player for the Pirates baseball team and as a humanitarian. His legacy lives on at this attraction that shares his story. 

Strip District

Strip District in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo by Jin Wu)

This riverside district in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, offers a foodie paradise with restaurants and markets that span cuisines of the world

The Andy Warhol Museum

The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum/photo © Abby Warhola)

This Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania museum explores the pop artist’s legacy through famous works, lesser known pieces and personal artifacts.

The Church Brew Works

Interior of The Church Brew Works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of The Church Brew Works)

Housed inside a deconsecrated church that opened its doors to worshippers around the turn of the 20th century, this Pittsburgh brewery has become a destination for craft beer fans.

Frick Park

A bicyclist rides by the entrance to Frick Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy)

This Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, favorite holds the distinction of being the city’s largest historic regional park

Primanti Bros.

Sandwich at Primanti Bros. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of Primanti Bros.)

Home to the "Almost Famous" sandwich, this Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, spot is more than just a local legend.