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Pittsburgh City of Steel

Monday, May 15, 2023

Price per person: $848.00

Walking Guide 3

Walking Guide 3 requires moderate amount of walking possibly on uneven surfaces; longer and shorter days; possible air travel with long walks to terminal gates.

Take the “Babushkas and Hard Hats” tour, experiencing the rise and fall of steel in Pittsburgh.  Ride the Duquesne Incline and cruise on a riverboat on the Ohio River.


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Pittsburgh City of Steel

May 15-17, 2023 | 3 days

Pickup: Lancaster, PA Harrisburg, PA    Lv-7:00 am Rt-7:15 pm

Price per person: $848 Double    $989 Single
$800 Triple    $779 Quad

Deposit – $75 per person at registration

2 breakfasts    1 lunch    2 dinners

Day 1 *Travel west toward Pittsburgh *View various exhibits at the Heinz History Center, PA’s largest history museum and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution *Check into our centrally located hotel and enjoy dinner together at an award-winning Pittsburgh restaurant (D)

Day 2 *Step back in time on a century-old cable car to see the best views of downtown Pittsburgh, riding up Mt. Washington in one of the few remaining inclines in the country, the Duquesne Incline *Take the “Babushkas and Hard Hats” tour at the Bost Building during which you’ll enjoy an interactive presentation about the rise and fall of steel in Pittsburgh and what it was like to work in a mill *Cruise on a riverboat near the head waters of the Ohio River Explorer is the world’s first green passenger riverboat. *Dine at a fine restaurant with a spectacular view of downtown Pittsburgh atop Mt. Washington  (B, L, D)

Day 3 *Have a guided city tour of Pittsburgh *Encounter exotic, rare and endangered birds up close at the National Aviary *Experience the unique atmosphere of Pittsburgh’s famous “Strip District” Since the late 20th century, the area has developed into a historic market district with many ethnic food purveyors, some art studios, antique dealers, unique boutiques, and other businesses. *Travel homeward, making appropriate stops along the way (B)


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