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In Pittsburgh, there are sightseeing options to suit every taste and interest

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Groups love City of Champions Tour from Pittsburgh Tours & More features sports locations, team and players’ histories.

Pittsburgh Segway tour’s “glide technicians” wheel by and explain interesting sights.

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Food tasting marries neighborhood walking tours with ‘Burgh Bits and Bites walking tours.

The Flavor of Pittsburgh Tour from Pittsburgh Tours & More has private groups eating their way from Market Square to the Strip District.

Food Guy Adventures walking food tours celebrate food, culture and people.

Self- and guided-walking tours of art gems offered through the Office of Public Art.
Download Pittsburgh Art in Public Places free tour book, pittsburghartscouncil.org.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation have guided architectural walking tours, May through October.

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Learn about steel-making with Rivers of Steel’s guided tours of historic Carrie Blast Furnaces.

Babushkas & Hard Hats Tour of historic Pump House and blast furnaces includes ethnic food like stuffed cabbage rolls and pierogies.

Gateway Clipper Fleet, from one-hour river tours to an evening dinner-dance cruise.

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Narrated land and water adventure in an authentic WWII amphibious vehicle with Just Ducky Tours.

All aboard Explorer. Student/education vessel by day, riverfront cruise boat by night.

Two-hour sightseeing and history tour “All About the Burgh, Culture to Ketchup” happens in vintage-style Molly’s Trolleys.

Lenzner Coach Lines city and country tours: Pittsburgh Neighborhood Tour and Frank Lloyd Wright Homes of the Laurel Highlands Tour.
Explore on a bicycle with Bike the Burgh Tours.
See the sights on foot with Pittsburgh Running Tours.

Pittsburgh Party Pedaler has multi-passenger pedal-powered bicycle for ghost, movie or comedy tours.

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Clayton, home of industrialist Henry Clay Frick, offers full of Victorian decorative and art objects with docent-led tours.

Original English and American antiques, Tudor mansion, stables and gardens are at Hartwood Acres.


There are appointment-only tours of Rachel Carson Homestead where Silent Spring author was born.

ScareHouse offers one of the more frightening tours, through its labyrinth of scary rooms, each with a story to tell. Don’t go in the basement!