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SHOP ’TIL YOU DROP
Strip District, an Old World–style marketplace, is abuzz with
shoppers patronizing an exciting mix of wholesalers, fish and
produce merchants, ethnic food retailers, antiques galleries, gift
and specialty shops, craft shops, art galleries, and sidewalk vendors. A great perk about shopping in Pittsburgh is there is no tax
on clothing, shoes, or groceries.
The South Side of Pittsburgh is an endless source of shopping and entertainment. But, when
your group has exhausted all shopping efforts, arrange for them to wind down with a cocktail
and great meal along East Carson Street or at the SouthSide Works entertainment complex.
ONLY IN PITTSBURGH
Get nose-to-beak at the National Aviary, America’s only freestanding bird
zoo. Learn about this diverse collection of more than 500 birds from around
the world and take in free-flying outdoor shows or hand-feed flamingos and
The Nationality Rooms at the University of Pittsburgh are one-of-a-kind. These classrooms,
located in the 42-story Cathedral of Learning (pictured below), represent the countries whose
citizens immigrated to Pittsburgh. nationalityrooms.pitt.edu
End the afternoon with a tasting
tour at Wigle Whiskey, Pittsburgh’s
first new distillery since Prohibition.
Visitors will learn how and why
Pittsburgh became America’s first
epicenter of whiskey.
PITTSBURGH IS ART
Visit The Andy Warhol Museum, the most
comprehensive museum in North America
dedicated to one artist. The museum features an extensive permanent collection from
the prince of Pop Art and Pittsburgh native.
The Carnegie Museum of Art is arguably
the first museum of contemporary art in the
United States and houses an outstanding
collection of contemporary works. It is home
to Carnegie International, the oldest North
American exhibition of contemporary art from
around the globe.
Take in a show at one of the many theaters within Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, a
14-square-block area of downtown. From
ballet and opera to the symphony and
Broadway productions, Pittsburgh’s theater
scene has something for everyone.
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Revolutionary, reclaimed, clean, and green, Pittsburgh has earned its reputation as one of
America’s “most livable” cities. A thriving downtown Cultural District, outstanding dining
and nightlife, world-class museums, major league sports, and tax-free shopping await.
By Andrea Doyle