Pittsburgh is one of those cities that keeps drawing us back. Sure, it doesn't hurt that we're only an hour away from the city proper, but even if we didn't live so close we'd make the trip to check out all of its cool museums and educational spots. Whether you're going solo, a parent with kids that have a lust for learning, or even looking for great date options, Pittsburgh is … [Read more...] about Eight Pittsburgh Educational Spots Worth the Admission
Each holiday season, Carnegie Museum of Natural History decks its Architecture Hall with a Neopolitan Presepio and Christmas trees. While the presepio stays the same each year, the Christmas trees get a makeover and new theme. For 2015, the museum has chosen Scotland as the theme for its five gigantic trees- signifying the Scottish heritage that fills the city. The theme was … [Read more...] about Christmas Trees at Carnegie Museum of Natural History: A Salute to Scotland and a Hometown Hero
The winter holiday season is a really fun time to visit Pittsburgh. There's so many spots to check out Christmas lights and a ton of our favorite places to visit throughout the year really deck the halls with holiday decorations. One hall that is truly decked out this year is the Carnegie Museum of Natural History's Hall of Architecture. Not only are there five giant … [Read more...] about What’s a Neapolitan Presepio?