The Pittsburgh Pass Giveaway
It’s summertime in Pittsburgh, so shame on you if you don’t get out and enjoy all of the amazing amenities Pittsburgh has to offer. However, checking out all of your favorite museums and amusement parks can really drain your bank account. That’s where the Pittsburgh Pass comes in. For one low price, the Pittsburgh Pass admits you once into five of Pittsburgh’s best attractions.
What do you get? Each pass will only cost you $83.99 for one admission into five of the best Pittsburgh attractions, a savings of over $32! If you’re part of a pair, that will get you over $65 in savings. So what iconic Pittsburgh institutions are included, you ask?
Kennywood Regular Price- $39.99 It wouldn’t be summer in Pittsburgh without Potato Patch fries, funnel cake, and all of the classic amusement rides at Kennywood. Opened in 1898, Kennywood still has some of its original rides, and embraces a nostalgic atmosphere of simpler times. But it’s not all old-school. This year’s newest attraction is the Black Widow ‘thrill ride’. Check out the video for a sneak peak.
Sandcastle Regular Price- $31.99 When the weather gets too hot, there’s no better place to be than Sandcastle. With seven different slides including their newest one, Dragon’s Den, a wave pool, a regular pool, and the Lazy River, you have all you need to stay chill.
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Regular Price- $14 One of only six major zoo and aquarium combos, the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is home to over 4,000 animals, including 20 threatened or endangered species. In addition to the stunning wildlife, the zoo often hosts hot events like the ZooBrew in September, featuring craft beers, food, and music.
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh Regular Price-$13 You don’t need rugrats to have a good time at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, but just in case you offer to babysit one of your nieces or nephews, it’s the perfect excuse to explore this one of a kind museum. There is a plethora of interactive exhibits from the Gravity Room and Phosphorescent Room in the “Attic” to the multimedia art studio, and hands-on Waterplay exhibit. It’s the perfect place for anyone young at heart.
Carnegie Science Center Regular Price-$17.95 Who says learning can’t be fun? At the Carnegie Science Center, you can explore the Highmark Sportsworks, the world’s largest permanent robotics exhibit, and SpacePlace – a two-story replica of the International Space Station. (They also have some kick ass lightshows for when you have the munchies).
We have one Pittsburgh Pass to give away to one of our lucky readers! To enter, follow the instructions below, and leave a comment on this post with your favorite Pittsburgh Pass place and why. Or go HERE purchase your passes today. This special pricing is available until June 12th.
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