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Best Team Outing Ideas in Pittsburgh

Living in a gifted city such as Pittsburgh comes with its disadvantages; for starters, with so much to do and see, it can sometimes become a nightmare to make a decision on what activities to partake in. This is especially so when you are dealing with a large group of people. Our Pittsburgh limo service, having been in operation in Pittsburgh for many years, understands this all too well. We have therefore decided to come up with a list of some of our favorite hangout spots. Try them out this summer.

We would also like to recommend employing the services of our Pittsburgh car service for your transportation to and from any one of the wonderful locations. Ride in comfort and style and leave all the stressful driving and navigation to our trusted chauffeurs. All you need to do is relax and enjoy the excesses of our luxury vehicles as you are safely transferred to a location of your choice.


Allegheny County Courthouse/Jail

Visit the Allegheny County Courthouse/Jail. No we didn’t stutter, and no, it’s not what you think; we don’t want you to go to jail. But the Allegheny is one of Henry Hobson Richardson's greatest architectural works. The Courthouse is located along Grant Street and features a Romanesque design that covers an expanse of two city blocks; it’s simply magnificent. Make sure to catch a glimpse of the Bridge of Sighs, where prisoners would be transferred to the court and back to prison. There are group tours offered by the History and Landmark Foundation or you could opt for a free self-guided tour where you have to use a brochure.


Carnegie Science Center

The Carnegie Science Centre is a Museum in Pittsburgh located in a 40,000 square-foot building. The Museum has over 200 interactive exhibits in the museum, which essentially guarantees that there is something for everyone. These include a miniature railroad exhibit, a planetarium, the Omnimax Theater, the World War II USS Requin Submarine, and a Health-Science Center. General Admission to the museum will include a visit to the Science Center Exhibits, the USS Requin, and the Buhl Planetarium.


Duquesne Incline

The Duquesne Incline is an old train station located on the South Side neighborhood of the city, scaling Mt. Washington. The cars in this station were built over two centuries ago in the 1800s. The cars were later restored and they now afford visitors picturesque views of the city. There is a lower station along the West Carson Street and an upper station on Grandview Avenue. Head over to the Southside and enjoy an adrenaline-filled, one-way ride on this steep incline. Once you are at the top, the upper deck offers visitors a gift shop where you can purchase a souvenir and a small art museum where you can learn more about the station.


Carnegie Museum of Art

Head over to the Carnegie Museum of Art in the Oakland neighborhood founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1896. The museum was geared at exhibiting modern works of art and now features works of artists such as Van Gogh, Degas, Durer, Hopper, and Cassatt. More recent admissions include video and photography displays as well as marble sculptures.

Posted on Jul 24 2018

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