The car was invented to get commuters directly from point A to point B, which made life easier but destroyed the once-thriving tourism industry of point C. Visit all points on the map with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get one ticket to the Pittsburgh International Auto Show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center (up to a $10 value). The ticket is valid for one of the following days:
- Friday, February 17, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Saturday, February 18, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Sunday, February 19, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Monday, February 20, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.<p>
The annual Pittsburgh International Auto Show revs ocular engines with a multi-day showcase of domestic and foreign rides. More than 30 exhibitors skid to a stop at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, with vehicles on display from revered domestic and international manufacturers. Attendees roam the expansive layout, comparing auto features, posing for pictures with well-groomed roadsters, and feeding oats to baby SUVs. Concept vehicles and smart cars usher guests into the future of transportation, and daily special events satisfy interests of all makes and models with free giveaways, face painting, and a children’s museum. Additionally, gearheads 12 years of age and younger get in for free by stating their date of birth or proving they can drive a stick shift.
The Pittsburgh International Auto Show offers discounted admission on Monday, February 20, and every day to seniors and members of the military.
Pittsburgh International Auto Show
The annual Pittsburgh International Auto Show brings brand-new cars and auto enthusiasts together for four days of gazing and gear talk. An expansive layout of sparkling domestic and exotic international rides unfurls within the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, where show-goers can snap pictures with the auto industry’s latest crop of carriages. Daily events keep attendants abreast of new, innovative technologies and reveal how automakers fit live horses into today’s car engines. The Pittsburgh International Auto Show also keeps youngsters occupied with kid-focused entertainment like the SimZilla extreme racing simulator and a NASCAR racing simulator Hank the interactive robot. For those who are not-so automotively enthused, there are plenty of other forms of entertainment including a 30 ft. ultimate gaming experience trailer, spa treatments, car raffles, and tons of other giveaways and attractions. Discount parking and free shuttles from Smallman St. in The Strip are also available.
94% of 315 customers recommend
“The show was very fun and there was a decent amount of cars there but many dealers didnt bring their more expensive cars”
“Good show needs more exotic cars”
“This was a great deal and because I went a friend decided to go with me.”
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