PITTSBURGH HOMETOWN HERO TOUR
Passport to Pittsburgh presents:
The Pittsburgh Hometown Hero Tour
Friday, January 20, 2023
Based on a minimum of 15 guaranteed guests.
Does not include driver or guide gratuity.
We will visit landmarks, attractions and neighborhoods to learn and experience the LOVE that Pittsburgh has for its many hometown heroes.
1:30 p.m.: Pick up location is at the Westin Downtown Pittsburgh.
1:45 p.m.: Duquesne Incline ride and tour through this iconic Pittsburgh historic landmark which opened its doors to passengers in 1877 and is still operating using the same cable pulley system today. We will ride the “funicular” up the side of Mt. Washington, tour the engine room and enjoy the spectacular view and skyline. (Named one of the best views in America).
2:30 p.m.: North Shore Hometown Heroes Driving Tour will take you along the beautiful North Shore will give you a different perspective of the city skyline and introduce you to some of Pittsburgh’s Hometown Heroes and Sports legends. Mr. Rogers Statue, the Immaculate Reception Shrine, War Memorials, stadiums and Andy Warhol too.
3:15 p.m.: Randyland, the unique folk art installation located in the Mexican War Streets neighborhood is “the happiest place in Pittsburgh” and most painted house in America. Randy Gilson, Randyland's creator, won the mayor’s award for Best Public Art in the City.
4:00 p.m.: Return to the Westin.
Questions: call Kim Adley, Owner and Custom Tour Designer at 412-298-0409 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your payment secures your reservation. No refunds are issued but the tour may be transferred to another person for that same tour. Passport to Pittsburgh reserves the right to cancel any tour due to inclement weather or if the minimum of 15 people is not met.