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Carnegie Museum of Natural History - Carnegie Museum of Natural History is a place of discovery,education and adventure that welcomes everyone to enjoy the wonders of its collections and exhibitions. Founded in 1895, the Carnegie Museums are a part of Andrew Carnegie's lasting gift to Pittsburgh.

Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum - This museum highlights the glorious achievements, courage and sacrifice of the nation's soldiers and sailors. It is the largest museum in the country showcasing great deeds of the men and women in uniform.

Sandcastle Waterpark - Sandcastle has become Pittsburgh's wildest and wettest places to enjoy your summer. Experience fourteen twisting, turning, plunging, and churning waterslides. There are pools for adults, including the world's biggest hot tub and pools for kids, including Wet Willie's Water Works.

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Kid-A-Palooza - Kidapalooza offers many fun kid activities and photo meet & greets with popular characters. Kids will have a great time at this family event held at Pittsburgh's David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Children of all ages can meet favorite cartoon characters, test their athletic skills at the Sports Zone, enjoy the Princess Pavilion, meet Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, create a unique CD, play games, and win prizes.

Three Rivers Arts Festival - Through the continued use of Gateway Center and the addition of the gallery-and-theater network found in the Cultural District, thousands discover exhibition spaces, restaurants, theaters, live stages and gathering places. This is why Pittsburgh is credited as one of the strongest cultural destinations in the country.

Pittsburgh Blues Festival - The Pittsburgh Blues Festival is Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s largest annual event, raising more than $1 million to fight hunger over its fifteen years. You can meander among the food and merchandise vendors, hang out in your camp chair, and even bring the dog.

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Tango Cafe - Five thousand miles north of Buenos Aires, in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA, Tango Café is a popular gathering spot for all who enjoy friendly conversation, delicious coffee, and authentic homemade Argentinean pastries.

Mallorca Restaurant - A Touch of Sunny Spain. We would like to extend to you a very warm welcome, now and also when you visit our restaurant. We offer the finest Spanish Continental Cuisine, an award winning wine list and world class service.

Thai Place Pittsburgh - One of the top 10 Thai Restaurants in the Country. 3 locations in the Pittsburgh area, come treat yourself to a delicious meal!

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