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Pittsburgh is KidsBURGH®!

The fun-filled family attractions in Pittsburgh make up KidsBURGH®, the ultimate destination for family adventure. With plenty of options to plan the perfect weekend getaway for the entire family, you'll want to come back again to again.

Best of all, book your trip here and save up to 50% on attraction tickets. You'll even find great hotel deals too! What are you waiting for, book your KidsBURGH® getaway today!

KidsBURGH® Attractions include:

Carnegie Museum of Art

Visit the world-renowned museum and create your own masterpieces with ARTventures, a weekend drop-in art making activity designed for the entire family.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Known for its world-class collection of dinosaurs, gems and minerals, dioramas, and artifacts from ancient Egypt and Native American cultures, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History is a must-see for every visiting family.

Carnegie Science Center

Climb to new heights at Highmark SportsWorks®, make it ‘rain’ in the water table, journey to the stars at Buhl Planetarium, or engineer a building out of big blue blocks!

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh

Ink your own silkscreen in The Studio, build and tinker with old and new technologies, in MAKESHOP, pump and move water in all directions in Waterplay®, and more at the award-winning Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. "Hands-On Harley-Davidson™: An educational traveling exhibit", May 20-September 10, 2017.

Duquesne Incline

Take a ride on the Duquesne Incline, one of Pittsburgh’s remaining funiculars. Scale Mt. Washington aboard the unique cable car and take in the view that The New York Times called one of the best in the world.

Gateway Clipper Fleet

A Gateway Clipper Cruise is fun for the entire family! There is no better way to see America's Most Livable City than from the decks of a Gateway Clipper riverboat. Enjoy our expert narration on all things Pittsburgh - past and present- relax, and experience a day out on the water.

Idlewild & SoakZone

Featuring seven theme areas of fun including Story Book Forest and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Idlewild & SoakZone has been voted "Best Kids' Park in the World" by Amusement Today magazine and named "Best Park for Families" by the National Amusement Park Historical Association.

Just Ducky Tours

Just Ducky Tours is Pittsburgh's only fully-narrated one hour adventure through the city on LAND and WATER! Each excursion begins in historic Station Square before waddling through town then splashing into the river for the ride of your life in an authentic WWII amphibious vehicle!

Kennywood

Kennywood Amusement Park is America's finest traditional amusement park with a 117-year history of providing the finest in family fun and entertainment. The park offers six roller coasters, 10 classic rides, 14 rides in Kiddieland and much more to guarantee a unique and memorable experience for the young and young-at-heart. This National Historic Landmark is the only park to have three rides designated as a "Coaster Landmark" by the American Coaster Enthusiasts.

National Aviary

You can feed a toucan, meet our penguins, hang out with our sloth, hand-feed birds, and explore lush exhibits where birds fly freely around you! Plan your visit today.

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

This summer at Phipps, treat the whole family to the enormous glass flowers of our SUPER. NATURAL. show, the fluttering friends of Butterfly Forest and other garden delights.

Pittsburgh Zoo + PPG Aquarium

This summer discover Dinosaurs at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Come face-to-face with 18 dinosaurs, from the brachiosaurus towering overhead to the awe-inspiring tyrannosaurus rex. Trek back in time for a prehistoric experience.

Senator John Heinz History Center

"The Smithsonian's Home in Pittsburgh" makes history fun with six floors of exciting exhibits and interactive learning spaces. Kids will love exploring sound and tempo, designing Pop Art, and building bridges across Pittsburgh's three rivers in the new Discovery Place. Slide down the Liberty Tubes and board the History Center trolley to the Neighborhood of Make Believe with the original set and puppets from "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."