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3 Reasons to Visit Pittsburgh this Labor Day Weekend

August is about to come to an end and that could only mean one thing, Labor Day is just around the corner as well, but sadly, so is the end of summer. Well, we all knew this day would come, all good things must come to an end, right? If you haven’t made any plans for your Labor Day Weekend this year, then our Pittsburgh limo service has got you covered. We have come up with a list of several exciting events scheduled for this Labor Day Weekend in the Steel City.

However, all this excitement for the impending weekend comes at a price. Everyone is going to be out and about trying their best to make the most of whatever little is left of their summer and as a result both human and vehicle traffic will increase to a chaotic level. For this reason, we recommend that you employ the services of our Pittsburgh transportation service and let our professionally trained, highly knowledgeable chauffeurs handle all the navigation and parking for you as you simply focus on enjoying the company of your friends and savoring the last bit of summer.


Summer Flower Show

This event has been taking place since April and will only come to an end on the 30th of September, so you still have some time. Head over to the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens on One Schenley Park any day between 9 am and 5 pm and enjoy a combination of visual arts, sounds, and kinetic motions that truly bring out the spirit of summer. The botanical gardens also feature contemporary installations by local Pittsburgh artists, which simultaneously makes this scenery a platform in which they can get their names out there. Head over to the Phillips Conservatory and Botanical Gardens before it’s too late and immerse yourself in the summer spirit one last time this year.


Some Like It Hot

‘Some Like It Hot’ is metaphorical name given to an all glass exhibition held at the Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery along Ellsworth Avenue. The exhibition has been ongoing since June and will come to an end on the 29th of September, which means you still have some time to attend this alluring display. Admission to the exhibition is absolutely free to the public and will feature glass sculptures of ten artists all with distinct styles and techniques; from cold-working to hot-sculpting, bringing out a unique collage of brilliant glass-work.


Indiana County Fair

The Indian County Fair kicked off on the 25th of August at the Indiana County Fair Grounds and will come to an end on the 1st of September. The County Fair features various events that are all paid for separately, so find out which events you would be interested by visiting their website before heading over. Daily events and activities you can expect to find at the County Fair will include exhibit and display buildings, kiddie farm, antique displays, train shows, live entertainment, and daily special activities.

Posted on Aug 28 2018

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