The Carnegie Museums – Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center and the Andy Warhol Museum
Duquesne Incline – Take a step back in time on a century-old cable car and see the best views of downtown Pittsburgh while riding one of the few remaining inclines in the country.
Schenley Park – Situated in the heart of Oakland, the park contains 456 acres of trails, woods, and attractions.
Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh – An Art Deco & Gothic Revival skyscraper commissioned in 1921, the Cathedral of Learning is famous for it’s Nationality Rooms – classrooms designed and decorated in various national and historical styles.
Carrie Furnaces – Towering 92 feet over the Monongahela River, constructed of 2.5″ thick steel plate and lined with refractory brick, Carrie Furnaces 6 and 7 are extremely rare examples of pre World War II iron-making technology. Since the collapse of the region’s steel industry in the 1970s and 1980s, these are the only non-operative blast furnaces in the Pittsburgh District to remain standing.