Don't book separate appointments for your nails, eyebrows, and hair. You'll save time and look like a million bucks at Pittsburgh's Lavida Massage.
Treat yourself to a relaxing and nurturing massage and reap the benefits.
Clients of this salon will experience fashion-forward hairstyle trends to match their personal style.
A good salon is hard to find. That's why this salon is here, and accept walk-in appointments!
If you don't have cash on hand, you may pay for your service with one of your major credit cards, such as Visa or MasterCard.
Lavida Massage is just steps away from a parking lot.
Even if you're busy, take care of yourself. A day at Lavida Massage is a great way to treat yourself after a busy week.
If you're a sports fan, YMCA Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh is the place you want to be.
It's time to break a good sweat at have fun doing it! Try aerobics for a new edit to your workout routine.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So head to YMCA Pittsburgh for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.
One of Pittsburgh’s well known landmarks, Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum has stood as a testament to veterans from Western Pennsylvania for more than 100 years. The Greco-Roman Revival structure designed by renowned architect Henry Hornbostel houses a concert hall, a ballroom, and museum exhibits featuring military themed artifacts and personal mementos. The museum includes the Hall of Valor, which honors local veterans who have gone above and beyond the call of duty while in action. The Gettysburg Room exhibit houses artifacts from the famous battle including objects that belonged to General Gouverneur K. Warren, known as the “Hero of Little Round Top”.
Size: Big enough for exhibits on topics from military gear to the iconic "We Can Do It!" campaign, plus general-use rooms like the remarkable Grand Ballroom.
Eye Catcher: The uniforms on exhibit, which documents the evolution of military uniform from the Civil War through modern operations in Iraq.
Permanent Exhibit: Throughout the museum is miltary-themed art, which features mediums such as stained glass and oil paint. One painting, dubbed the "Cavalry Charge of Colonel Schoonmaker," depicts the colonel riding into battle astride a white horse.
Don't Miss: The Hall of Valor, which is filled with nearly 700 members honoring local veterans and military heroes. Many of them have earned honors from the Silver Star to the Medal of Honor.