Bus from New York to Pittsburgh
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Information about Pittsburgh:
Let’s talk about a city which is not thought as a place for vacations. It is one of the cleanest cities of America. Now days it is considered to be one of the best places to spend vacations because this city is quite affordable. There are a number of hot spots and entertainment spot for tourists in this city.
One of the most famous spot is Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. Here you can find everything starting from art to archaeology to science. Some of the Carnegie museums worth exploring are the Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum. The entry prices of different museums vary. This cultural institution has helped many people to explore beauty and different theories of past.
Talking about another spot Pittsburgh Pirates is the favorite spot for tourists to watch sports (game) for just 8$. If you are a sports lover and still not satisfied then you can go to The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum to watch the exhibits and artifacts celebrating the tradition of sports. The entry into the museum is different for adults and children.
The next spot is really interesting where you can spend just 10$ in a year to join a community bike program. In this program you can ride as much as 37 mile on the river front. The river front includes a trail of three rivers through which you can see both the shores of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers.
The next spot is a very lively place called as The National Aviary. Here you can find more than 600 birds from corners of the world. It is generally located around many Pittsburgh hotels. This aviary includes those rare species which you cannot find in other zoos and aviaries. Some of the rare species are -tailed Trogons, Scarlet-headed Blackbirds and Blue-winged Mountain Tanagers. The entry fee is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, $8.50 for children ages 2 and up, and free for age below 2.