Hampton Inn Pittsburgh McKnight Road

4575 McKnight Rd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237, United States
Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - McKnight Rd.
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Evening Activities

by g_i_r_a_f

I will be stopping in Pittsburgh with a group of high school age youth on Saturday, July 8. We are looking for something fun to do or see. In the past we have spent the evening at Staion Square but are looking for something less touristy. Ideally the location would include a choice of restaurants. We will also end our evening with a ride on the incline. Beautiful view of the city at night. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


RE: Evening Activities

by Travmad

My wife and I really enjoyed the markets and a huge choice of restaurants in the stip district. It's very easy to find and locals use the are as well as tourists.

RE: RE: Evening Activities

by JamalMorelli

Walk around on Craig Street at night...
Go down to the point! The area near the new Pirate's stadium is lovely...The views from Mount Washington are stunning (people love getting wedding pictures done there)

Travel Tips for Pittsburgh

You must go to Mount...

by jaybird199

You must go to Mount Washington. Ask anyone,visitor or local, and they will tell you that you haven't gotten the full feel of PGH until you have gone there. You have two options. You can take the Duquesne Incline,or you can drive up there. But once there,you get the view from above. I have many fond memories of the city,but what always strikes me when I am there is the fact that for such a large,sprawling city,it is unique in that is it entirely built on or around hills. There are houses in the city that are built in the weirdest places! Wherever immigrants could find a semi-decent place to build,they did! It makes for curvy,wooded and appealing streets and boulevards. No other city I have been to compares. One of the reasons I love this city!

This says alot about Pittsburgh

by icunme

I believe this is the cloak room at the History Museum, although I am not certain, as there are cloak rooms everywhere - people just hang their things - fur coats, parkas, kids' jackets, whatever - no attendant - and you don't even think that perhaps your coat might be stolen. Nice way to live!

KDKA - World's first radio station

by Ewingjr98

KDKA radio, created by Westinghouse Electric in Pittsburgh, is the world's first commercial radio station. Originally located in East Pittsburgh, but moved to Gateway Center in the 1950s after the area was revitalized. KDKA's studios still reside here in Gateway Center.

A plaque in Gateway Center near Point State Parks commemorates the original site of KDKA radio. It reads:


World's first commercial
station began operating
November 2, 1920, when
KDKA reported Harding-
Cox election returns
from a makeshift studio
at the East Pittsburgh
Works of Westinghouse.
Music, sports, talks, and
special events were soon
being regularly aired.

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission 1990

2006 Major League Baseball All Star Game

by Ewingjr98

The 2006 Major League Baseball All Star Game was Pittsburgh's 5th. Forbes Field hosted games in 1944 and 1959 while the 1974 and 1994 games were played at Three Rivers Stadium. The National League has won all four previous games in Pittsburgh, but the American League pulled off a 9th inning come from behind victory to win 3-2 and extend the AL's winning streak to 10 years. Jason Bay and Freddy Sanchez represented the Pirates and both made great defensive plays and earned huge ovations from the home crowd.


by RblWthACoz

1501 Penn Ave.

Wholey's is a locally popular place to buy mostly meat and seafood products. It has that old world sense to it. Butchers and all of that stuff you don't find too much anymore. Just another one of them Pittsburgh thangs baby. I have bought alligator and frog's legs here...just to name a few of the interesting things. They have a very wide selection of items. :-)


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 Hampton Inn Pittsburgh McKnight Road

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Address: 4575 McKnight Rd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237, United States