Pittsburgh Combination Tour
A study in contrast takes you to the old and the new in Pittsburgh. Your tour begins with a ride on the historic Duquesne Incline to the top of Mt. Washington for a spectacular view of Pittsburgh's three rivers and Point State Park where the city of Pittsburgh all began. In 1753, a frontiersman names Christopher Gist led young George Washington to the land of the Three Rivers. Travel to old Allegheny City, now known as the North Side, to Manchester, Mexican War Streets, Millionaire's Row and Calvary Church. Journey past the Carnegie Science Center, PNC Park, Heinz Field and the Andy Warhol Museum. A lunch stop is made at Station Square before continuing on with the second half of the tour.
Learn of the development of Pittsburgh, from a fort in the wilderness to Americas Most Livable City. This comprehensive tour includes a stop at the West End Overlook with its magnificent view of the Golden Triangle. The tour will cover downtown Pittsburgh, including Pittsburgh's Crown Jewel, PPG Place and Oakland, the city's cultural center. A visit to the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning and its Nationality Classrooms is one of the many highlights on this tour.
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Renaissance Hotel - 9:05am
Westin Convention Center Hotel - 9:10am
Omni William Penn Hotel - 9:20am
Doubletree City Center Hotel - 9:25am
Marriott City Center Hotel - 9:30am
Station Square (Commerce Court) - 9:45am
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
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- Driver / Guide
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: Albert L. S, December 2013
The tour was great and the driver was extremely informative. Only negative-- He drove too fast.
Reviewed by: MONICA K, October 2012
The guide clearly knew the city well and had done his homework! It was entertaining and educational. Cathedral of Learning was the best part! - take the time to go back after the tour and see all of the Nationality Rooms (he only had time to show us a few of them). Only complaint is not enough bathroom breaks, so plan accordingly :)