Tourists who take a flight to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) will find many interesting and exciting attractions to visit, including the Andy Warhol Museum, home to many works from the iconic artist, Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, which collectively houses more than 400 species. The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, will be of interest to those who enjoy science, history, or culture.
There are also a number of annual events that some may wish to take part in. There s the Three River Arts Festival in early June, which has been going for nearly half a century now, offering seventeen days of free art, fine food and live music. Or you could visit the St Patrick s Day Parade, the biggest parade of the year in Pittsburgh.
A flight to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), will take you to within sixteen miles to the west of the downtown district of Pittsburgh. The I-376 allows cars to access the airport, and there are also public transport options in the form of shuttles and taxis, to get you to downtown Pittsburgh.
Other highlights of the calendar year include the annual free military air show, Wings Over Pittsburgh in June/July, and the 4th of July Fireworks display should not be missed.
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