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Why you should visit Pittsburgh in spring

Spring is in the air. The days are getting longer and the sun feeling warmer, turning Pittsburgh, PA into a vibrant and welcoming city to visit in spring. Visit a museum or take in a Pittsburgh Pirate's ballgame. To ensure your stay in Pittsburgh is hassle-free, we encourage you to book our Pittsburgh car service.


Mount Washington

Ride the Duquesne Incline up to spectacular views of Pittsburgh. Mount Washington is one of the most popular areas in Pittsburgh, drawing over one million visitors a year. Enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants or take a relaxing walk in Emerald View Park. Admire the architecture of St. Mary of the Mount Church. The breathtaking views of Pittsburgh and the confluence of the 3 rivers makes Mount Washington a fabulous spring destination.



It may be warming up outside, but the ice is still cold until early April for the N.H.L. Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena. Soccer fans should check out the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. This United Soccer League team plays at Highmark Stadium. The M.L.B. Pittsburgh Pirates play at PNC Park. There is not a bad seat or section at the park to enjoy the beautiful Pittsburgh skyline.



At the Carnegie Museum of Art, you can see paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs and so much more. The museum's collection has more than 30,000 objects, including paintings by Vincent van Gogh. The museum is considered to be one of the first museums of contemporary art in the country.

Learn about dinosaurs, geology, ancient Egypt and much more in the exhibition halls of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Considered by many to be one of the most important buildings of the 20th century, Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is an architectural masterpiece and is located in Mill Run, PA. One of the best features of Fallingwater is that most of the furnishings and artwork are original to the house.

Phipps Conservatory is Pittsburgh's botanical garden and has been open since 1893. Along with all the beautiful and exotic plants to see, there is the Cafe Phipps. The cafe is listed as one of the best museum restaurants in the United States by Food & Wine magazine.

If you are looking for a different kind of museum experience, go to Bicycle Heaven. Bicycle Heaven is the world's largest bicycle museum. It is also a place you can get your bike repaired or buy a new one.


Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

The Pittsburgh Zoo is 77 acres of fun. The African Savanna area has elephants, zebras and flamingos. The Asian Forest exhibit has tigers and red pandas. The Water's Edge offers views of polar bears and northern sea otters. You are sure to find a favorite animal and an enjoyable day at the zoo.

Visit Pittsburgh in the spring for sightseeing, sporting events and fun family activities. Do not worry about parking or driving directions, just use our Pittsburgh transportation for a safe and comfortable ride to all your spring adventures around Pittsburgh.

Posted on Mar 28 2017

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