“A Day in Series” Pittsburgh, PA (w Printable Bucketlist)

If you ever find yourselves in western Pennslyvania, which you certainly should, the great city of Pixburg’ is not to be missed. My hometown. Full of the most “southern” people you’ll meet, north of the Mason Dixon line. With our pleasant “Pittsburghese”, with words like “yinz” replacing “y’all” or “you guys”, this historical city and proud people have a lot to offer. As a part of my “A Day in Series”, I’ve created a checklist of all of the must-do and must-visit activities and restaurants throughout the city, to make the most of your weekend visit!

You can also download a printable checklist to take along as you explore. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD<< A Day In Series-Pittsburgh>>



  • Heinz History Museum
  • Andy Warhol Museum
  • August Wilson Center
  • Carnegie Museum of Art
  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History
  • Carnegie House
  • Science Center
  • Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
  • Cathedral of Learning
  • Three Rivers Heritage Trail
  • Montour Trail
  • Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum
  • Frick Mansions
  • Pittsburgh Incline
  • The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra


  • PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  • Heinz Field Tour (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • PPG Paints Arena (Pittsburgh Penguins)


  • Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
  • Kennywood Park (Amusement Park- Summer)
  • Sandcastle (Amusement Park-Summer)
  • “The Point” Three Rivers
  • Schenley Park
  • Mount Washington
  • Rivers Casino
  • Gateway Clipper Fleet (Summer)
  • Duckie Tours
  • The Strip “Strip District” (Foodie Haven)
  • Southside Flats
  • Roberto Clemente Bridge
  • Mellon Park
  • Settlers Cabin Park
  • Water Steps
  • Point State Park
  • Explore Oakland
  • Southside Works

Food and Drinks

  • Pamela’s (Breakfast)
  • Primanti Brothers (Famous for their deli sandwiches, fries included)
  • Apteka (Central/Eastern European)
  • Bar Marco (Mediterranean)
  • Casbah (Mediterranean)
  • Two Sisters (Vietnamese- Best Known for their Pho)
  • Fish Nor Fowl (Small Plates + Fun Cocktails)
  • Eddie V’s Prime Seafood (Seafood)
  • Big Shot Bob’s (Voted Best Wings in Pittsburgh)
  • Jerome Bettis Grille 36 (American)


  • 5801 (Southside)
  • Visit East Carson Street – South Side
  • Visit the Strip District
  • Tequila Cowboy
  • Savoy
  • Pittsburgh Improv

Best Areas To Stay:

  • Downtown Pittsburgh
  • Northside
  • South Side
  • Strip District
  • Lawrenceville
  • East Liberty

How to Get Around:

  • Rental Car
  • The Pittsburgh Port Authority (One Way Rides are $2.75 with cash)
  • Rideshare (Uber or Lyft)
  • Rent a Bike

Other Notes: The Pittsburgh International Airport is approximately 20 miles west of downtown Pittsburgh and is easily accessible by bus, uber/lyft, or rental car. Click below to download your A Day in Series: Pittsburgh bucket-list.

<< A Day In Series-Pittsburgh >> CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

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One Comment on ““A Day in Series” Pittsburgh, PA (w Printable Bucketlist)

  1. Thank you for the post! I’ve lived in Pittsburgh for years and I’ve never heard of Casbah! I know where I’m going to eat next . Who knew that someone who lives here can learn new places from a travel blog?! Goes to show that Pittsburgh really does have a lot to offer. Thanks again.


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