Review all the things to do in Pittsburgh below for your next getaway.
The Station Square Experience
Station Square is Pittsburgh's most popular tourist attraction. It is located along the river and the Sheraton is Pittsburgh's only riverfront hotel. It's the hippest place for dining, nightlife and entertainment in the burgh! The centerpiece of the 52-acre riverfront complex is the state-of-the art Fountain at Bessemer Court which features hundreds of multi-colored water jets soaring in the air as they dance to music.
Take a sightseeing tour of the city with one of many different modes. Set sail aboard the Gateway Clipper Fleet as you cruise along Pittsburgh's three rivers. Quack yourself up as you take a journey in a World War II amphibious vehicle on land and water with Just Ducky Tours. Or experience the wonder of futuristic transportation on a Segway in Paradise Tours. Plus you can head to the top of Mt. Washington on a historic cable car trek on either the Duquesne or Monongahela Inclines to take in the breathtaking views of city's skyline.
Gateway Clipper Fleet
The dock for the Gateway Clipper Fleet is just outside the hotel. This collection of America's premier riverboats offers sightseeing, dining and dancing cruises along Pittsburgh's three rivers. Plus, they offer game day shuttle service to PNC Park and Heinz Field.
Rivers Casino is a brand new $780 million casino and entertainment project along the Ohio River waterfront in Pittsburgh. Currently, the 400,000 square foot facility includes 3,000 slot machines, four dining locations, lounges, unencumbered access to the waterfront, sculptured landscaping, terraced dining and a 1,000 seat amphitheatre. Even better, Pittsburgh's only riverfront hotel, Sheraton Station Square, is only a five minute drive from the casino. Take advantage of our Rivers Casino Pittsburgh Hotel package and enjoy complimentary overnight parking and win big with our $20 free play voucher.
The Cultural District, a project of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is home to Downtown's dynamic art and entertainment scene. Discover a spectrum of choices for entertainment, arts, and enlightenment including contemporary music, modern dance, visual art and thought-provoking theater, as well as classical music, opera, ballet, popular musical theater, art film and more. You can find new and exciting things to do year-round in the Cultural District.
Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum
The four Carnegie museums are home to thousands of objects and artifacts, including some of the world's great art and the remains of the Earth's largest prehistoric creatures. The museums also have exhibits that make visitors wonder-about our world, the Universe, the past, and the future. The Warhol Museum, in Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol's birthplace, encompasses an art collection featuring his entire range of work along with archives of his legacy available for research.
Heinz History Center
The Heinz History Center is the largest history museum in Pennsylvania. We invite you to discover 250 years of Pittsburgh history. The Senator John Heinz History Center spans more than six stories and 275,000 square feet to present the most dynamic stories from American history with a Western Pennsylvania connection. The museum features both long-term and changing exhibition spaces, ensuring for a compelling, interactive environment for all visitors!
Die-hard fans are invited to enjoy Pittsburgh sports. Pittsburgh has professional baseball, football and hockey teams and the Gateway Clipper Fleet will transport you from the back door of the Pittsburgh riverfront hotel directly to PNC Park or Heinz Field. Enjoy our exclusive PNC Park Baseball package which offers low rates, a roundtrip Gateway Clipper Fleet Ticket to the park for each registered guest, and complimentary parking in the Sheraton Surface lot for one car. If you are a football fan, our Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square is one of the premiere hotels near Heinz Field.