About East End
The East End in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a culturally diverse part of they city. It has some of the most interesting neighborhoods, such as, Oakland, Shadyside, and Bloomfield. It is also the part of the city that is home to many well known colleges such as Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. There are many things to do in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Any art and history lover would enjoy visiting the Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History. Another place to see is the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum. It is the only museum in the United States that is dedicated to honoring men and women from all branches of military service. An interesting place to visit is Phipps Conservatory. A garden enthusiast would enjoy spending a day seeing the various gardens or the butterfly and Amazon forests here. The Strip District is also a great place in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a mile long stretch of road that is home to many restaurants and places to see. Located there is the restaurant known as Primanti's. It features a unique Pittsburgh sandwich that includes a topping of french fries and coleslaw. For someone looking for an exciting nightlife you may enjoy visiting one the many bars and clubs located here. The animal lover, would definitely want to take a tour of the PPG Zoo and Aquarium. It is home to many animals, including an exciting exhibit featuring sharks. Whether you want to find good food or tour a museum, you can find something interesting to see in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
East End News & Articles
Valentine's Day Celebration of Love for Friends
at The Bridge Music Bar
Grab Your Loved Ones For One Of The Biggest Valentine's Day Events In Pittsburgh And Make A Memorable Valentine's Day. Buy Your Tickets For Best Events In Town Plus So Many Fun Entertainment Happening Here!
Breaking Down The Walls: Building Empowerment
at Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse
Join us for a night of spoken storytelling by Clubhouse members aimed to breakdown the stigmatic walls associated with mental health diagnoses.
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble
at East Liberty Presbyterian Church
George Vosburgh, Director; Stephen Story, Associate Director; Julieta Ugartemendia, guest conductor; Dr. Edward Alan Moore, organ. Come and join us for one of the best event in your city.