Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Attractions
Unusual landmarks, museums, roadside attractions, and hidden wonders in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. Steel City offers Mr. Rogers tributes, Andy Warhol's stuffed dog, and the world's largest public collection of Catholic relics. George Romero filmed his early Living Dead films in Pittsburgh suburbs, where there are several destinations for classic zombiephiles.
Sights for Oddball Excursions
World's largest public collection of Catholic relics, holy bodily remains in Pittsburgh's bit o' heaven, a chapel built specifically for their display.
Two multi-story buildings and an adjacent lot have been transformed into a candy-colored playscape by resident artist Randy Gilson.
Curated by artists Mr. Arm and Velda von Minx, Trundle Manor exhibits dead things in jars, vintage taxidermy, antique medical devices, weaponry, coffins, sculptures and more.
Evans City, Pennsylvania
The graveyard where the opening scene was filmed from the movie that eventually turned zombies into a pop culture commodity. A zombie fan pilgrimage site.
An art professor's museum in a former clothing boutique exhibits fine examples of human tinkering of animals and organisms though breeding and genetic manipulation.
In and Around Pittsburgh
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- Swissvale: Trundle Manor - House of Oddities
- Pittsburgh: U.S.S. Requin, Cold War Sub
- Pittsburgh: 20-Foot-Tall Steelworkers of Iron
- Pittsburgh: Roboworld
- Pittsburgh: 5,000 Relics in St. Anthony's Chapel
- Pittsburgh: Randyland
- Pittsburgh: Center for PostNatural History
- Pittsburgh: Lawrence Welk's Original Bubble Machine [tips]
- Pittsburgh: Giant Street Musicians [tips]
- Pittsburgh: Eyeball Seats
- Pittsburgh: Andy Warhol's Stuffed Great Dane [tips]
- Pittsburgh: Lumpy Mr. Rogers Statue [tips]
- Pittsburgh: ReCARstruction [tips]
- Mount Washington: Stare Down: Washington and Indian Scout [tips]
- Pittsburgh: Itty-Bitty Western Pennsylvania
- Pittsburgh: Fredosaurus Rex: Mr. Rogers Dinosaur [tips]
- Pittsburgh: The Poet Houses
- Pittsburgh: Stephen Foster's Horse Jawbone [tips]
- Pittsburgh: Stephen Foster's Lucky Toes
- Pittsburgh: Dippy the Dinosaur [tips]
- Pittsburgh: Diorama of Lion Attacking a Camel [tips]