Pittsburgh Historic Neighborhood Tour
The tour is family-friendly with a chance to book a ride to the Duquesne Incline which is where you can stand and observe the area and learn about the history of how it was built. The history of the area refers to the meeting of Christopher Gist and George Washington who ended up in the same area. To put it in to clearer terms, the two will be discussed because of finding this area first. Food and drinks are not included with this tour, but guests are welcome to make arrangements to bring bagged lunches.
The tourists will enjoy learning about the Carnegie Science Center which is located in the same area as well. It is considered to be one of the highlights of the tour. Children that are apart of this tour will catch up on the science and history lessons they may have missed in school or begin to learn about something different. This tour is great for expanding the lives of others who are the ancestors to the two men.
Millionaire's Row is an area of the tour where you will find out the secrets of Pittsburgh. John D. Rockefeller was known to be the industrialist in this area building up the homes that were needed. The area has been renovated several times since 1753. This proves that Pittsburgh is a valuable asset to the American history that has been taught in schools across the world.
The tour of the historic neighborhood in Pittsburgh is a great family outing for those who love to learn about their American history. The tour is based on those who have always wanted to know about Pittsburgh and the wonders behind how clean the land has been for decades. The place of beautiful exhibits and artifacts are in Pennsylvania, and tourists find that they have an amazing time learning and enjoying the weather all at the same time.
A study in contrast takes you to the old and the new in Pittsburgh. Your tour begins with a ride on the historic Duquesne Incline to the top of Mt. Washington for a spectacular view of Pittsburgh's three rivers and Point State Park where the city of Pittsburgh all began.
In 1753, a frontiersman named Christopher Gist led young George Washington to the land of the Three Rivers. Travel to old Allegheny City, now known as the North Side, to Manchester, Mexican War Streets, Millionaire's Row and Calvary Church. Journey past the Carnegie Science Center, PNC Park, Heinz Field and the Andy Warhol Museum.