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Best things to do in Pittsburgh

Art Museum
“The largest museum in North America dedicated to a single artist, it holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives from the Pittsburgh-born pop art icon Andy Warhol.”
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Art Museum
“The Mattress Factory is a contemporary art museum. It was a pioneer of site-specific installation art and features permanent installations by artists Yayoi Kusama, James Turrell, and Greer Lankton.”
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History Museum
“Discover Science and wonders of the natural world. This is where the HUGE dinosaur bones are on display. They also have a beautiful Gem and Crystal room. There is something for everyone here.”
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Science Museum
“The Carnegie Science Center has four floors of interactive exhibits and is wonderful for kids. Among its attractions are the Buhl Planetarium (which features the latest in digital projection technology), the Rangos Omnimax Theater (promoted as "the biggest screen in Pittsburgh"), SportsWorks, the Miniature Railroad & Village, the USS Requin (a World War II submarine) and Roboworld, touted as "the world's largest permanent robotics exhibition." The Roboworld exhibition contains more than 30 interactive displays featuring "all things robotic", and is also the first physical home for Carnegie Mellon University’s Robot Hall of Fame. It is closed on Sundays when there is a Steelers home game.”
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Museum
“Sprawling contemporary art museum features permanent collections of paintings, sculptures & more.”
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History Museum
“Devoted to the history and heritage of Western Pennsylvania, the History Center is Pennsylvania's largest history museum and a proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute. It has 6 floors of historical exhibits, archives & a separate sports museum. It is also wheelchair accessible.”
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Sculpture Garden
“Randyland is home of artist, Randy Gilson, Located in the Mexican War Streets district of Pittsburgh's Northside, the Randyland Courtyard is open most everyday from 10am and 7pm. Visitors are welcome to come and explore the public art displays in and around the property. Using paints, plants, plastic animals, yard sale finds and discarded construction materials, creator Randy Gilson has transformed his home and surrounding buildings into a colorful Pittsburgh Landmark. This vibrant set of buildings is a centerpiece that continues to attract both tourists and locals”
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Museum
“Interactive play for kids from MAKESHOP (a place to tinker with tools, a loom, sewing machine), an Art Studio, Water play area and more”
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Art Gallery
“A cluster of museums and historical buildings formed around the Frick family's nineteenth-century residence known as "Clayton". It focuses on the interpretation of the life and times of Henry Clay Frick, industrialist and art collector.”
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Bicycle Store
“Find the bike you had as a kid. Hundreds of thousands of bikes at this FREE museum. I don't even like bikes that much but it is one of my favorite places to go in Pittsburgh.”
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Museum
“One complex that contains both the Museum of Art (first museum of modern art in the USA) and the Museum of Natural History (over 230 dinosaur objects).”
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Museum
“museum located in the heart of the city, covering the french and indian war and the beginnings of Pittsburgh.”
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Art Museum
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Museum
“6-minute walk. An unusual store-front museum with very limited hours, exploring natural history emerging under the influence of humankind.”
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Museum
“Only museum in the country dedicated to all 5 branches of the military is only a mile away!”
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Museum
“Pittsburgh is a sports town, it is deeply rooted part of it's culture. Roberto Clemente is one of pgh's icons, and the Roberto Museum is right down the street. It features thousands of items of Clemente memorabilia, including professional sports photography, Clemente family snapshots, old uniforms, gloves, balls, bats, and seats from Forbes Field (and the Clemente family helps run it).”
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