Unique Pittsburgh Tours

Unique Pittsburgh ToursExplore the Steel City by foot, bus, trolley, Segway, cable car or riverboat. Experience the sights, sounds, tastes and history of the city of Pittsburgh in many different ways on some of these favorite unique tours and cruises. You never know what you will discover as these expert guides share their knowledge of the city with your group.

Just Ducky Tours
See Pittsburgh by boat, truck and duck with Just Ducky Tours. Have an adventure on land and water as you waddle through downtown, starting at Station Square and the Hard Rock Café. See the city’s Business District and discover the rich Cultural District while the guides share nifty facts and quack you up with their hilarious puns and jokes.

Address: 125 W Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15219 - MAP
Phone: (412) 402-3825
Web: www.justduckytours.com

Molly’s Trolleys
See the city in one of Pittsburgh’s most elegant modes of transportation. Molly’s Trolleys are charmingly designed after the ones that filled the city in the 1920s. Rent a trolley for a customized group tour, a daylong excursion or special events, like weddings and reunions. Or, join a special public tour like the ‘Burgh Brewery Tour.

Address: 842 Jacksonia St., Pittsburgh, PA 15233 - MAP
Phone: (412) 281-2085
Web: www.mollystrolleyspittsburgh.com

Segway in Paradise
Everybody ages 14 and up will enjoy learning about the city with Segway in Paradise. Hop on this futuristic transportation and get ready to glide about on a two-hour sightseeing tour. Get up close to must-see landmarks and easily navigate the urban landscape as your guide leads you through downtown Pittsburgh.

Address: 125 W Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15219 - MAP
Phone: (412) 281-7301
Web: www.segwayinparadise.com

Explore the vivid history and culinary delights of the city with 'Burgh, Bits & Bites. Sample cuisine from some of the best restaurants as you walk through one of these neighborhoods: Strip District Market, Little Italy, Mount Washington, Lawrenceville and Brookline. Or, indulge in a TGIF afternoon tour with wine tasting.

Address: Pittsburgh, PA - MAP
Phone: (412) 901-7150
Web: www.burghfoodtour.com

The Pittsburgh Tour Company
See the city from the top of a Double Decker Bus. The Pittsburgh Tour Company offers narrated tours through the whole city. Learn some history, fun facts and trivia about the "Burg" as you ride by the most important historical and cultural landmarks in the city. With nine scheduled stops, you will have plenty of opportunities to explore the city and stretch your legs.

Address: 445 S 27th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203 - MAP
Phone: (412) 381-8687
Web: www.pghtours.com

Your Active City
Take a fully escorted, guided walking tour through Pittsburgh with knowledgeable, professional guides. Your Active City offers inside tips on every tour, not heard anywhere else. Other types of tours include biking tours and the ever-popular Burgh Brewery Tour. Learn about the city’s trail system and sample some of the best craft brews.

Phone: (412) 303-0566
Web: www.youractivecity.com

Gateway Clipper Fleet
Relax on a public cruise or private event with Gateway Clipper Fleet as you observe the cityscape from the water. Learn about the history of Pittsburgh or just take in all the beautiful sights along the water’s edge as you travel up and down the three rivers. You can even feast at the themed dinners or dance to live music at the evening cruises.

Address: 350 W Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15219 - MAP
Phone: (412) 355-7980
Web: www.gatewayclipper.com

Sole City Tours
Discover the mysteries and histories of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods when you take one of the Sole City Tours. These walking tours are led by knowledgeable guides who are eager to share the fun history of each location. Learn some fun facts and munch on some tasty treats as you discover the hidden histories of the Steel City.

Address: Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 - MAP
Phone: (412) 508-2942

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Duquesne Incline

Address: 1220 Grandview Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15211 - MAP
Phone: (412) 381-1665
Web: www.duquesneincline.org