Are you planning your next trip to Pittsburgh? What are some of the best neighborhoods to visit in the Pittsburgh area? Taking in the right highlights while on your vacation will help you gain a unique experience from your trip. Book yourself downtown Pittsburgh hotel suites to gain the best experience possible during your visit. Here are some of the best neighborhoods and attractions you must see when you are visiting the Pittsburgh area.

Downtown Pittsburgh

One of the best places to visit in downtown Pittsburgh is Market Square. It is rich in history, and they provide tours just about any time of the day or night. Did you know Pittsburgh has more bridges than any other city in the world?

Another must see stop in downtown Pittsburgh is the city’s cultural district. The 14-square block area encompasses a diverse selection of Pittsburgh’s art and entertainment scene, providing year-round excitement to visitors and locals alike.


If you want to get with a funky and feisty vibe, take some time to visit Southside. There are 15 blocks of Victorian architecture to enjoy along with a handful of boutiques, galleries, extravagant nightlife and more. The annual Soup Contest is held here each year. Don’t miss out on seeing a show at the City Theater while you are in town.

North Shore

The Allegheny and Ohio rivers connect to make the North Shore. Here you can see the best views of downtown Pittsburgh. Take a day to spend at PNC Ballpark and watch the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team. The stadium is revered as one of the best in the majors. Swing over to a football game at Heinz Field or stop by some of the world-class museums in the area. Visit the Andy Warhol museum where you can view 8,000 different art pieces from the famous artist. If you are here on the 4th of July, you are in for a treat as North Shore is the best place to view spectacular firework shows!

Strip District

If you love low-price shopping, you will love staying in the Strip District. There is one-half square mile shopping to enjoy! From fish markets to produce stands and sidewalk vendors, there is something for everyone in the Strip District.


Oakland is the central hub of cultural, medical, and academia in Pittsburgh. You can visit prestigious museums and tour world-class hospitals. There are quaint coffee shops and neighborhoods to visit while you are in the area. This is a great place for an afternoon picnic in the part. After lunch tour the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural history and stop by the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

Highland Park

The Highland Park area is one of the best places to visit in Pittsburgh if you want to enjoy the rich history of the area. Some of the best things to do in the area besides seeing the Victorian, Tudor, Edwardian, and Craftsman styles is to enjoy the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.


This bustling neighborhood is home to many artists and designers. You can see some amazing art pieces that you can purchase from a local artist on the street. Art All Night is a great place to see artists or list your own pieces for sale. The Clemente Museum is another place to stop and enjoy.

Pittsburgh has so many unique places to visit and cultures to explore. Plan on spending several days in the area if you truly want to enjoy everything that Pittsburgh has to offer! Downtown Pittsburgh accommodations can help make your stay even more memorable. Experience all that the city has to offer with a stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown. Located in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh, the DoubleTree Pittsburgh Downtown puts you minutes away from Pittsburgh’s top attractions, all while offering you the spacious comforts and luxuries to help make you feel at home. No matter the reason for your travels to Pittsburgh, let the friendly staff of the DoubleTree Pittsburgh Downtown help make your visit special.