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What's good in the Neighborhood

 
 
 
 
 
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Welcome to the “The Burgh.” Woven into the fabric of this historic city is its incredibly rich heritage, diverse culture and profound notoriety. From technological innovations and medical advancements to artistic and industrial evolutions, Pittsburgh has truly become a bona fide renaissance city. Its spirit of renewal and rebirth speaks a universal language crossing generational barriers and welcoming those aspiring to learn, grow and expand. Whether you’re looking for a unique dining experience or touring specific attractions, you’ll find a world of exploration is within reach.

 

ATTRACTIONS

Oakland is known as the cultural hub of Pittsburgh due in part to its ethnic diversity and broad international appeal. Its prominence is world renowned, drawing guests from across the globe. From classic architecture and museums to arts and innovative technology, a sea of attractions awaits those looking to be inspired, educated and awed.

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DINING

Steeped in cultural and ethnic diversity, Oakland is flooded with an array of traditional and nontraditional eateries that span a wide range of variety from trendy cafés to formal dining and everything in between. Each unique in its own right, they collectively share a common thread: a spirited atmosphere, down to earth people and exquisite cuisine.

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TRANSPORTATION

The Oaklander is conveniently located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood, easily accessible from Philadelphia, NYC, Cleveland, Columbus and Washington, DC.

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CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART

CATHEDRAL OF LEARNING

SOLDIERS & SAILORS MEMORIAL HALL AND MUSEUM

PETERSEN EVENTS CENTER

PHIPPS CONSERVATORY

HEINZ MEMORIAL CHAPEL

ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM

SCHENLEY PARK

CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER

PPG PAINTS ARENA

PNC PARK

HEINZ FIELD

THE CULTURAL DISTRICT

POINT STATE PARK

THE FRICK

 
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Pittsburgh features numerous transportation options for visitors, including plentiful ride sharing services, taxis, Port Authority buses and the “T”, our local trolley system with service throughout downtown and into the southern suburbs. Truly fortunate guests may even get an opportunity to ride in a self-driving car from one of the technology companies using our city as a testing ground for autonomous vehicles.

Pittsburgh international airport

Pittsburgh International Airport – 22 miles - Fly, Shop & Dine at Pittsburgh International Airport, ranked as a top domestic airport by JD Power, TripAdvisor and Travel + Leisure magazine, and named as global Airport of the Year in 2017 by Air Transport Magazine.

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Our team is happy to assist with transportation arrangements during your stay – please call prior to your arrival or talk to one of our Experience Ambassadors during your stay for details.

 
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