Tours in Franklin Park


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  • Pedal Power Tours
    With Pedal Power Tours, you and 13 of your best friends?or soon-to-be best friends?can tour the Steel City in a pedal-powered trolley. At the helm, a certified captain regales tour-goers with the city's distinguished locales and stories. Hop on a comedy tour that might as well be a standup show on wheels; a points-of-interest tour that showcases historical and architectural marvels; a ghost tour that winds through famously haunted and supernatural spots; or a film tour that brings passengers within camera shot of sights where movies such as Silence of the Lambs and RoboCop were filmed.
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    150 S. 22nd St.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • urban mommies
    Urban Mommies is a great way to meet new moms through cultural and educational activities, all with baby in tow.
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    Shady Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Lenzner Coach Lines
    Lenzner Coach Lines has transported and entertained travelers on trips throughout Pittsburgh and its neighboring communities since 1939. These days, the company accommodates voyaging visitors with a fleet of more than 75 vehicles, including 25-passenger vans and 47- and 55-passenger motor coaches. With commuter service and shuttles between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia's international airports, guests stay on schedule to their destinations, which also include casinos, amusement parks, and other East Coast cities. Lenzner’s fleet of trolleys accommodates passengers on narrated historical tours of the city, trekking past cherished landmarks and sites such as Millionaire’s Row, PPG Place, and Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle.
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    110 Lenzner Ct
    Sewickley, PA US
  • North Park Lounge Clubhouse
    Your next meal awaits at North Park Lounge Clubhouse in Gibsonia. Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to North Park Lounge Clubhouse — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks. Surf the web from your tablet or laptop on North Park Lounge Clubhouse's complimentary wifi. At North Park Lounge Clubhouse, you can work your arms a little. Pick up the food yourself and carry it out. At North Park Lounge Clubhouse, you can safely park just around the corner.
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    5301 Ranalli Dr
    Gibsonia, PA US
  • Hopewell Windmill
    Come September every year, though, the course—the size of a football field—transforms into a creepy, crawly stomping ground for ghouls and goblins. During the weeks before Halloween, visitors putt their way past eerie creatures and props to the tunes of spooky music, and glow-in-the-dark golf balls let them play into the night without affixing a little headlamp to each ball. Players of all ages are welcome. Located in Hopewell Township, The Windmill has entertained local families with its 18-hole miniature-golf course for more than half a century. Away from the obstacle-laden course, a snack bar produces tasty treats, including nachos, corn dogs, and the Windmill's renowned ice cream.
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    2142 Brodhead Rd.
    Aliquippa, PA US
  • Frick Art and Historical Center
    When Helen Clay Frick passed away in 1984, she left behind provisions for her childhood home, one of the few surviving buildings on Pittsburgh's fabled "Millionaire's Row," to be restored and opened to the public. Her family home from 1883-1905—named Clayton by Helen's industrialist and art collector father, Henry Clay Frick—is one of the only intact Gilded Age homes left standing in America. The 22 historic rooms were restored to circa 1900 conditions and visitors can view many art acquisitions along with some of the original household furnishings. Also on the 5.5-acre property, The Frick Art Museum hosts temporary exhibitions and displays a permanent collection with a focus on early-Renaissance Italian painting and 18th-century French painting and decorative arts. Size: 5.5 acres of land, the home of the Frick Art Center, the Car and Carriage Museum (temporarily closed for renovation), a Greenhouse, and Clayton Eye Catcher: if visitors are roaming the grounds, they'll probably be most impressed by the original house, a 22-room mansion purchased by the Fricks in 1882 and expanded in 1892 The Building: the Frick Art Museum opened in 1970, but many structures date back to the 1800s Permanent Mainstay: Henry Clay Frick began his collection of art, emphasizing landscapes, portraits, and Old Master paintings, with the purchase of Landscape with River by George Hetzel, which hangs in Clayton Don't Miss: Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape–a new exhibition that just opened in The Frick Art Museum
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    7227 Reynolds Street
    Pittsburgh, PA US

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