What to Do in Pittsburgh | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

Beyond Pittsburgh’s pretty downtown, transformation and momentum reign, with former industrial areas giving way to restaurants, shops and art venues.

25 thoughts on “What to Do in Pittsburgh | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

  1. Ali Al Sinan says:

    I'm from Saudi Arabia and I graduated from Pittsburgh. People in Pittsburgh are amazing they are so friendly and welcoming everyone. For me it was one of the best experience in my life.

  2. Dino J says:

    Id Like to come and visit Pittsburgh one day, looks like a cool city (little too hipstery for my taste), but i heard there are a lot of Croatians living there. It would be a great expirience to meet all those people that are far away from home. Greetings from Croatia 🇭🇷🇺🇸

  3. mrnewton86 says:

    Pittsburgh is a sister city to my hometown (Sheffield, UK), both known for steel production- it would explain why they have an NFL team called the Steelers and we have a hockey team also called the Steelers

  4. Nickolas says:

    Don’t go to these places if you’re thinking about going to PGH! I’ve been living here my whole life and the best places to go are:
    Ross Park Mall
    Sand Castle
    The Waterfront
    Fort Necessity & Ligonier (at fort ligonier, they have GEORGE WASHINGTONS black powder pistols on display.)
    Lake Erie

  5. chaotic B81 says:

    67,000 people have fled Pittsburgh since 1990. It's a high tax city with a 3% city wage tax, on top of your 3% state income tax without the infrastructure to justify such taxes. It doesn't even have a bike lane system and the roads are in disrepair. What is the city doing with all of those tax dollars? Wasting them.

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