This interactive science museum features hands-on exhibits, an Omnimax theater, a planetarium, and even a submarine you can explore. It's a great place for kids to learn while having fun.
Explore the beautiful gardens and conservatory at Phipps, which often hosts seasonal flower shows and educational programs for children.
The zoo offers a wide range of animals from around the world, and the aquarium provides an underwater adventure. Don't miss the chance to feed the giraffes or ride the carousel.
This historic amusement park offers a mix of classic and modern rides, including roller coasters, water rides, and a dedicated area for younger children.
Geared towards kids, this museum offers interactive exhibits on art, science, and technology. There's even a maker space for creative projects.
Take a ride on one of Pittsburgh's iconic inclines, which offers stunning views of the city from the top. Kids will love the ride and the views.
Explore the world of birds at the National Aviary, home to hundreds of species of birds from around the world. You can get up close and personal with some of them during interactive exhibits.
This beautiful garden offers a serene escape from the city, with various gardens, walking trails, and family-friendly programs.
This museum features a vast collection of dinosaur fossils, minerals, and cultural artifacts. It's both educational and entertaining for the whole family.
Located in the Mexican War Streets neighborhood, Randyland is an eccentric and colorful art installation created by local artist Randy Gilson. It's a fun and free place to explore with vibrant colors and interesting sculptures.