Pittsburgh Has A Bunch Of Hidden Gems, Here Are The Ones That Don't Cost A Thing
Consider yourself lucky to live in Pittsburgh — it has been named one of America's best cities to live in year after year. There's so much to see and do here, from chowing down on a famous Primanti Bro's sandwich to touring the Carnegie Science Center, there's certainly no shortage of places to spend your money at. Alternatively, there are dozens of really cool free to-dos to check out around the city, so slow down on the spending and save a little cash by visiting these often overlooked places around the 'Burgh.
Where: 1800 Preble Ave
Pittsburgh is home to a lot of things — but not many people know it's home to the world's largest bicycle shop and museum. That's right, Bicycle Heaven, located right here in Pittsburgh, triumphs all other bicycle shops and museums in the world — and it's totally free to visit. Make it a point to check out the seemingly endless array of unique bikes and their history all at this location, open 7 days a week!
Also, Randyland, Gravity Hill, Cinema in the Park, The Cathedral of Learning, St. Anthony’s Chapel, Johnny Angel’s Ginchy Stuff, La Hutte Royal, Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden, Trundle Manor: House of Oddities, Canton Avenue, Old Allegheny County Jail Museum, McDonald's Big Mac Museum Restaurant, Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, Allegheny Summer Concert Series, Unblurred Night Crawl, Allegheny City Historic Gallery, Trinity Cathedral Cemetery, The Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archeology, Allegheny Observatory, Riding the Pittsburgh T, Pittsburgh's Annual RADical Days, Local Nature Parks, Frick Park, Seldom Seen Greenway, Point State Park & many others got mention in this article.