George is a master at finding amazing things to do in a city for under $100, and today, George is exploring some of Pittsburgh’s most unique and exciting things to do. It all begins with a quick run up Canton Avenue, the steepest street in the United States. (Thanks, but we’ll pass on that one.) George then explores Pittsburgh’s thriving art community, first with a visit to the Pittsburgh Glass Center, where he learns how to make beautiful objet d’art of blown glass. George then takes you on a visit to the one-of-a-kind Randyland, one man’s lifelong project, turning his home and environs into a whimsical and insanely detailed work of art. Pittsburgh has so much to offer the visitor, and George takes you along on some of the places rarely seen for lack of publicizing themselves, like the historic Carrie Blast Furnaces and its giant iron deer sculpture. A place that looks like you’ve stepped right into a movie. Then there’s a visit to the remarkable Carnegie Science Center and its interactive Robot Hall of Fame. You’ll even get acquainted with Kiwibots, Pittsburgh’s lovable robots who deliver food. Join George, and get ready to discover that putting yourself on a tight budget just might be the best thing to ever happen to your traveling!
George is a master at finding amazing things to do in a city for under $100, and tod...
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