Explore the streets of Pittsburgh on foot with a private guide. Discover the city’s rich history and most interesting spots with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable local.
See and learn about sites like Pittsburgh’s former Wall Street, the world’s first all aluminum building, and America’s first modern movie theater.
$85 total (1-4 people)
$120 total (5-9 people)
$150 total (10-15 people)
$180 total (16-20 people)
More than 20 people? Contact us for pricing.
Everything in the Downtown Walking Tour + we’ll take the Duquesne Incline up Mt. Washington for the best view in town, and explore the neighborhood of Oakland, including a visit to the Cathedral of Learning.
Max Amount of People
$180 total (1-4 people)
$350 (5-7 people)
Everything in the Walking Tour and Combo Tour + we’ll drive through the old Heinz factory, go up the steepest public street in America, explore the former richest neighborhood in the world, and see Mr. Roger’s home and Andy Warhol’s childhood home.
Max Amount of People
$240 total (1-4 people)
$420 total (5-27 people)
- Pick up and drop off at the location of your choice
- Vehicular transportation
- Round trip ticket for Duquesne Incline ($5/person)
You’ll stroll through the Cultural District and check out the boutique shops, trendy restaurants and revitalized theaters.
You’ll stand on the site of a French fort from the 1750’s that George Washington captured.
You’ll rive up the steepest public street in the U.S. and look out from the top of the Cathedral of Learning, the tallest educational building in the Western hemisphere.
You’ll visit the old Heinz Factory while learning about Pittsburgh’s rich history. You’ll hear how Pittsburgh became the “Steel City,” about legendary Pittsburghers like Andrew Carnegie and George Westinghouse, and how the Pittsburgh Renaissance transformed Pittsburgh from the “Smoky City” into “America’s Most Livable City.”
You’ll be taken through some of Pittsburgh’s unique neighborhoods, from the historic downtown to the North Side, Mt. Washington, Strip District, Oakland and more.