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    1 Schenley Park

    As you walk into the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, you feel like you've been transported to another world. The lush tree cover and plants create a pleasant and calm atmosphere. The park ...

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    1 Allegheny Ave

    The Carnegie Science Center is one of the four Carnegie museums of Pittsburgh. It houses a world-class planetarium, a huge aquarium, the OMNIMAX theater and three demonstration theaters where live ...

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    1704 Harpster St

    St. Anthony's Chapel was built as a shrine to St. Anthony of Padua in the 1880s. Father Suitbert Mollinger, a wealthy Belgian priest, provided the funding for the project; unfortunately he ...

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    E Carson St & Smithfield St Brg

    Though it's called a clipper fleet, Gateway actually has Mississippi-style riverboats with huge paddle wheels driving them — which is fine, because it ...

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    4400 Forbes Ave

    This excellent museum rivals similar institutions in larger cities like New York and London, thanks to the vast Carnegie fortune. The museum makes for a great day out ...

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    200 Hartwood Acres

    Just north of Pittsburgh sits a historic Gothic-Tudor mansion. The former dwelling now welcomes visitors from spring through fall. The mansion's ground, 639 acres of ...

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    117 Sandusky St

    On display at the Andy Warhol Museum is his personal collection on human themes. Warhol's paintings of Marilyn, Elvis and Liz on enlarged pieces of newspaper are American ...

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    101 Commonwealth Pl

    The Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers meet here to form the Ohio River. Thirty-six grassy acres at the confluence of the three rivers of Pittsburgh bear witness to the more than 200 years of history ...

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    115 Federal St

    Home to Major League Baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates, this ballpark, with its seating capacity of more then 38,000, has been entertaining thousands upon ...

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    101 Commonwealth Pl

    The convergence of three rivers that make up Pittsburgh became a hotly contested site in the 1750s during the French and Indian War. The blockhouse that stands on the site of the ...