Mission Statement:

Destination: Greater Pittsburgh (DGP) is a regional tourism promotion organization made up of attractions, restaurants, hotels, destination marketing organizations and service providers in Western Pennsylvania. We work together to create a positive awareness of the Greater Pittsburgh Region among tour companies and group leaders; provide networking and sales opportunities for our members; and help create the best possible experiences for those who include the Greater Pittsburgh Region in their travel plans.

We'll See Yinz Soon!

DGP is proud to be a member of the American Bus Association. View details on Motorcoaches Rolling for Awareness 5/13/20 in Washington DC. 

To our guests:

As our region and country navigate the effects of COVID19, please be sure to check with our members we for updates on closures, postponements and cancellations.

While our health officials and business’ monitor the situation, one of DGP’s priorities is maintaining a consistent level of guest service. In wake of current events, some of our members are experiencing temporary changes in staff or shutdowns. Should you need assistance during these changing times and are unable to find the appropriate contact please reach out to Welcome@DestinationGreaterPittsburgh.com, we are here for you.

We look forward to welcoming you back to our region soon.

All our best – DGP

To our members:

One of the treasurers of DGP, and the group tourism industry as a whole, is that we are a strong community. As we go through tough times and uncertainty, support and encouragement is what we can offer each other.  Please know that DGP is here to support you in any way we can.

Please utilize the Members Login page of the website for internal updates. Join the DGP Members Facebook group to connect while away from the office and get updates on coming events such as:

Thursday Morning Coffee Breaks

These are great ways members can connect while we are on a pause from daily business – Stay strong and let us know if you need anything. 

Pinkerton High Bridge courtesy of the La