We may not be out of winter’s grasp yet, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay bundled up at home. Check out this list of things to do during the rest of our cold season here in and around Pittsburgh.
If you’re ready for a winter weekend escape, pack up your gear and head to Laurel Mountain for an incredible skiing experience. Combined, Laurel Mountain and its neighboring sister resorts, Seven Springs and Hidden Valley, offer 79 slopes for you and the family to explore. With numerous options to warm up, catch entertainment, or indulge in a spa experience, this escape has something for everyone. Plan your visit here.
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Pittsburgh has so many incredible museum experiences to choose from, and wintertime is the perfect opportunity to explore. If you’ve lived in the area for a while, you’ve probably already experienced bigger name museums like the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (and if not, don’t miss it). But there are so many more unique museums to try out.
With its free admission and decades worth of all things bicycle and other memorabilia, Bicycle Heaven can’t be missed. And for those who love architecture, visit the Nationality Rooms, where you can tour classrooms from around the world within the gorgeous Cathedral of Learning.
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Movie Night at Phipps Conservatory
If you’re longing for the warmer months and the beauty that comes back to life during them, don’t miss movie night at Phipps Conservatory. On February 28 at 7 pm in Botany Hall Auditorium, catch the 80s classic, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Then after the film, explore their space-themed Orchid and Tropical Bonsai Show: Out of This World until 10 p.m. Check out more details here.
Whether you are a snow enthusiast or are counting the days till spring, Pittsburgh offers plenty of entertainment for you and the family to enjoy. Get out and explore!
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