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Westmoreland, Somerset and Fayette Counties (Laurel Highlands)

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Big Mac Museum Restaurant

Say CHEESE in front of the world’s largest Big Mac replica. While you’re there, pull up a seat and enjoy a Big Mac with the inventor. Enjoy all your McDonald’s favorites at this one-of-a-kind restaurant.

Located south of Pittsburgh in the Laurel Highlands, Westmoreland County

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History 

Carnegie Museum of Natural History, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, is among the top natural history museums in the country. It maintains, preserves, and interprets an extraordinary collection of artifacts, objects, and scientific specimens used to broaden understanding of evolution, conservation, and biodiversity.

Located east of downtown Pittsburgh, Allegeheny County


David Bradford House

This stone house, built in 1788, was home to attorney David Bradford, a leader in the Whiskey Rebellion. Today, this beautifully restored and furnished National Historic Landmark is open year-round for group tours.  The museum includes an 18th century garden and replica log kitchen cabin.  Visitors of all ages enjoy visiting this house.  The most common visitor question is "Why is Alexander Hamilton's portrait hanging upside down?"  Don't you want to find out the answer?

Located west of Pittsburgh, Washington County


Duquesne Incline

Serving tourists and commuters since 1877...

Scale the wooded slopes of Mt. Washington in beautifully restored cable cars used by commuters since 1877. Enjoy a panoramic view of Pittsburgh, peruse a pictorial history of the Steel City, watch the original hoisting equipment in operation from the viewing platform, and visit the gift shop. Free parking is available at the lower station at 1197 West Carson Street.

Located in the South Side section of downtown Pittsburgh, Allegheny County




Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob

Designed on a hexagonal module, Kentuck Knob is a one-story Usonian house - a signature design of Wright. Both dramatic and serene, Kentuck Knob is situated just below the crest of a hill and appears almost part of the mountain itself. Additional attractions for the visitor include sculptures by contemporary artists such as Andy Goldsworthy, Sir Anthony Caro, Harry Bertoia, and many others. Kentuck Knob is open for tours March - December!

Please visit for more information about our tours, or call 724-329-1901.

Located south of Pittsburgh in the Laurel Highlands, Fayette County



Gateway Clipper Fleet


For the best in Pittsburgh Riverboat Tours, cruise with Gateway Clipper Fleet. For over 50 years we have been sailing the Three Rivers hosting Pittsburgh Sightseeing and Dining Cruises. We also present breathtaking Pittsburgh Weddings, elegant Corporate Outings, and fun School & Social Events with the picturesque city skyline as the backdrop. Join us and experience the best Pittsburgh tours. It only happens out on the water!

Located in the South Side section of downtown Pittsburgh, Allegheny County

Go Ape Treetop Adventure


So much more than a simple zip line canopy tour, the Go Ape North Park course is a fully immersive outdoor experience. Go Ape features 5 action packed treetop obstacle course sections, leading you higher into the forest canopy. Guests will navigate 41 exciting crossings like, the Pirates Crossing, Chantemerle Bridge, 2 Tarzan swings and 7 exhilarating zip lines. When you Go Ape you get an outdoor adventure worth talking about!

Located in the North Hills Suburbs oPittsburgh, Allegheny County



Gillian Mazurek
991 Tennis Court Road, Allison Park, PA 15101

Kennywood Park

Kennywood is America’s Finest Traditional Amusement Park! The Pittsburgh-area park offers a mix of modern thrills and classic rides, including eight roller coasters, a 14-ride Kiddieland, lands themed to Thomas & Friends™ and the Pittsburgh Steelers, and several attractions that cannot be found anywhere else. Founded as a trolley park in 1898 and named a National Historic Landmark in 1987, Kennywood provides unforgettable fun for all ages.

Located in the South East Suburbs of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County

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National Aviary


Travel a world of birds at the National Aviary! Visit and interact with over 600 exotic and endangered birds in natural habitats at your nation's official birdhouse.

The National Aviary is America's only nationally-designated indoor bird habitat. Located in West Park on Pittsburgh's historic North Side, the National Aviary's large walk-through exhibits create an experience unlike any other – an intimate, up close interaction between visitors and free-flying birds. 

Located in the North Side of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Take a ride into the past where you can actually see and ride vintage streetcars! Admission includes 4-mile ride, guided tour, exhibits, film and picnic area.

Take a ride into the past at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum!  Imagine a Museum where visitors are actually encouraged to touch the exhibits and ride in them too! We are a lot more than a trolley ride; our museum guides will put the trolley in its historical context and explain what life was like 50-100 years ago. 

Located west of Pittsburgh, Washington County

Kristen Fredriksen
1 Museum Road, Washington, PA 15301-6133
724-228-9256 ext 313
Fax 724-228-9675

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One of America's Best Haunted Houses! As seen on Good Morning America, Seth Meyers, CNN, and Travel Channel. Open on select dates from mid-September through early November. 

Located within The Galleria At Pittsburgh Mills

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2420 Penn Avenue. 

Senator John Heinz History Center

Explore Pittsburgh's rich tradition of innovation and discover 250 years of Western Pennsylvania History at the Senator John Heinz History Center, Pennsylvania's largest history museum and a proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution

Located in the Strip District neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County

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Fort Pitt Museum

Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village

West Overton Village & Museums

West Overton Museums, located in Scottdale, is the only pre-Civil War Village completely in-tact in Pennsylvania. The birthplace of coal and coke magnate, Henry Clay Frick also features the historic Mennonite homestead of Abraham Overholt. It includes the original distillery building where Old Farm Pure Rye Whiskey was produced.

Located south of Pittsburgh in the Laurel Highlands, Westmorland County