50 Fun Things Pittsburgh Must Do

Editor's Note: This list was first published in April of 2011. You might also like our: 'Burgh Bucket List –– 25 Don't-Miss Experiences for the Yinzer in All of Us. 

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50 Fun Things to Do

Have Fun with Your Friends

Have Fun with Your Friends

Tired of the same old? Have fun with your friends by heading to Trundle Manor, racing dragon boats, partying bier-hall style and more.
Have Fun with Your Sweetheart

Have Fun with Your Sweetheart

Impress your sweetie with a moonlight kayak trip, a hot-air balloon ride, a tour of the Strip District or one of these many other options.
Have Fun by Yourself

Have Fun by Yourself

Fly solo with this list of one dozen fun things to do by yourself in Pittsburgh.
Have Fun with Your Family

Have Fun with Your Family

Treat the wife and kids to an outing they'll never forget: From old-school video games to star parties to amusement parks and more.
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