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Duquesne Incline

Duquesne Incline

Providing safe, reliable, rapid public transportation, via funicular railway, since 1877, for the residents and businesses of the Duquesne Heights and Mount Washington sections of the City of Pittsburgh.

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Mellon Square

Mellon Square

This video gives an historical background on the city before the park, why it was built, and who built it. Mellon Square: A Modern Masterpiece from Melissa McMasters on Vimeo. Mellon Square: A Modern Masterpiece from Melissa McMasters on Vimeo.  

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Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is improving quality of life for the people of Pittsburgh by improving the park system to excellence in partnership with the City. Return to Top

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Pittsburgh-Area Museums Well Worth a Visit

Pittsburgh-Area Museums Well Worth a Visit

A trip to the museum can expand your breadth of knowledge, amaze the senses, spark your imagination, and provide hours of fun. The Pittsburgh area has a plethora of museums ranging from the world class to niche interest. The following is a list of museums in our area. For your convenience, they are grouped according to location. Pittsburgh American Jewish Museum Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community Center

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Pittsburgh Cultural District

Pittsburgh Cultural District

Pittsburgh has much to offer its residents and visitors.  Our cityscape rises majestically from the point of three rivers, impressive with its glittering towers and web work of bridges.  The downtown area is filled with restaurants, shops, hotels, and public parks.  The old feel of an industrial city has almost vanished.  Today Pittsburgh is not only a busy corporate center and leader in high-tech industries,

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A Trio of Museums Attracts Throngs

A Trio of Museums Attracts Throngs

When you think of museums in Pittsburgh, most likely the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, The Heinz History Center, and The Carnegie Science Center are the first ones that spring to mind. However a trio of lesser-known museums is rapidly becoming popular in their own right. The Mattress Factory, Andy Warhol Museum, and The Toonseum are both distinct and delightful in their exhibits and in

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Haunted Pittsburgh: The Ghoul’s Guide to Haunting and Frightening

Haunted Pittsburgh: The Ghoul's Guide to Haunting and Frightening

After coming to Pittsburgh, many people fall in love with our city and never want to leave.  This seems to be true, even after death! You may not know it, but Pittsburgh is packed with poltergeists.  In 2007, The Associated Press and Ipsos conducted a poll and found that one in three people believe in ghosts.  Had they asked Pittsburghers, they might have been surprised

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Strange Pittsburgh

Strange Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh has a rich history and culture, but do you know about the strange side of the Steel City? Westinghouse Atom Smasher Forest Hills is home to the nation’s first Van de Graaf nuclear generator, but many know it as the Westinghouse Atom Smasher. It has stood in Forest Hills since 1937, but hasn’t been active since 1958. The structure stands five stories tall and

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Phipps Conservatory – A Grand Idea

Phipps Conservatory 						-						A Grand Idea

In the late 1800s, traveling any great distance was expensive, time-consuming, and inconvenient. Television and radio were yet to be invented and the first primitive cars were just coming on the scene. Manned flight was still years away. For the average person, the chance of ever seeing a cactus or a palm tree outside of a book was only a dream. Yet throughout history, perhaps

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Pittsburgh Botanic Garden: Paradise Found

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden: Paradise Found

With the opening of the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden located in Collier and North Fayette Townships, Pittsburghers may have regained paradise. The sprawling 460-acre garden is situated on abandoned mining land and when completed, will be one of the largest botanic gardens in the world, and the only one in the United States constructed on reclaimed land. The garden has been two decades in the making

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