The Pittsburgh region is rich with beauty. These Art Places represent some of the most profound intersections of natural beauty, public art, and the beauty of the built environment in southwestern Pennsylvania. www.scenicpittsburgh.org
Lake Elizabeth, in West Park, allows visitors to experience the scenic beauty of the man-made lake in the context of West Park's beautiful landscape architecture and in the shadow of the City of Pittsburgh.
Iconic and beautiful, this spot highlights the beauty of the city's architecture, natural environment, and the vibrancy of its cultural heritage.
Enshrining one of the best views in the city, and the best view in all of Major League Baseball, PNC park acts as the gateway through which many visitors experience the beauty of the Pittsburgh region.
The Forks at Allegheny Landing allows visitors to experience this sculpture, which reflects both the cultural heritage of the Steel City and the fluid movement of the region's rivers, in relationship to the built and natural beauty of the city.
This area, designed by landscape architect R. Jackson Seay Jr., features numerous pieces of public art around the theme "labor" and presents beautiful views of the region's rivers, bridges, and urban areas.
Point State Park is a 36-acre expanse that allows visitors to experience the historic beauty of the confluence of Pittsburgh's three rivers. The part was originally designed by landscape architect Ralph E. Griswold, and it includes a pedestrian passage designed by Charles M. Stotz known as the portal bridge. The park's 2006 renovation was led by landscape architect Marion Pressley of Pressley Associates.
This spot, with a permanent poetry display on its Discovery Trail, combines the experience of literary and visual arts with that of scenic beauty in the natural world.
The Touchstone Center for Crafts in Farmington, PA offers visitors the chance to experience some of the region's finest crafts and programming amid the beauty of the Laurel Highlands.
Frank Lloyd Wright, famous for the integration of natural and architectural elements, presents a incredible scenic experience at Kentucky Knob. It is the perfect place to explore contemporary art and the beautiful designs of Mr. Frank lloyd Wright.
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