Overly’s Country Christmas started as a home light display and turned into a volunteer effort to bring Christmas joy to Western Pennsylvania.Read More A Guide to Overly’s Country Christmas
Kennywood is one of Pittsburgh’s favorite places to create unforgettable memories. Holiday Lights brings an extra element of joy to the Christmas season.Read More A Guide To Kennywood Holiday Lights
The idea for the drive-through Christmas Light Up Celebration was formed in 1993, when the founders visualized the park done up in a light display to celebrate the birth of Christ at Christmas. Entertainment value aside, this volunteer-run display also gives back to the community by donating proceeds to a diverse group of charities with various needs.Read More A Guide to the Christmas Light Up Celebration
The Peoples Gas Holiday Market “brings a cherished tradition to Downtown Pittsburgh that mixes international flair with local charm.”
The appeal of the market is how many different things there are to see, and do, and look at. The vendors in particular are from all over the world, and as someone who isn’t a big Jetsetter, I got to experience some new things without even leaving my own town.
If, like me, you’ve been wracking your brain and searching Google maps for the next big thing, look no further. The Wooden Loft should be your next girls night out, date night, or get-together activity.Read More A Guide to The Wooden Loft
You’ve heard the rhyme: “In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. He had three ships and left from Spain; He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain.”
We remember Columbus, we remember the sequence of events, but we often forget the technology that made his voyages possible: the Niña, Pinta, and Santa Maria. The Niña and Pinta Replica team and the Columbus Foundation are trying to bring these pieces of history to light with their traveling museums, which are docked in Station Square until Wednesday, October 10.Read More A Guide to the Niña & the Pinta
Fall is (sort of) here so you’re probably thinking of pumpkin patches, apple cider, and mini golf. Wait, what?
Mini golf, like most outdoor activities, is more enjoyable in the fall. You’re not trying to play through the heat and humidity, the sun isn’t blinding you, and there might even be shorter lines with kids back in school, sports, and activities.
Check out some of Pittsburgh’s best mini golf courses where you can snag a hole-in-one, and some bragging rights.Read More A Guide to Mini Golf