Welcome to Pittsburgh! Summer sizzled in our great city, but we’re just getting warmed up! Fall in Pittsburgh and Its Countryside is a treat for the senses, as the foliage around the region transforms the area into a masterpiece of rich, autumn colors.
Visit Greene County, and see for yourself why Martha Stewart Living calls it one of the best places to experience this great season. And of course, fall is a time for sports,the Pittsburgh Steelers and the University of Pittsburgh Panthers charge onto Heinz Field for what promises to be an exciting football season! So don’t miss a minute of this fall fun in Pittsburgh and Its Countryside. Pittsburgh’s location in western Pennsylvania gives our visitors the opportunity to experience locally grown, quality foods. Visit one of the many farmers’ markets right in the heart of the city or travel a few miles out to experience farm life and pick your own produce! While you’re in the countryside, visit a working winery and complete your country experience with an overnight stay in a local farm house. Pittsburgh’s Community Supported Agriculture Program keeps Pittsburgh and Its Countryside’s farms alive so we can all benefit. Also, read TABLE Magazine to find the local cozy bistros in town and delicious recipes that you can make with your farm-grown treasures sure to make your mouth water.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place that combined both the fast-paced lifestyle of the city and the quiet, more relaxed atmosphere of the great outdoors?
Welcome to Pittsburgh and Its Countryside! Few cities can match what Pittsburgh has to offer. But, just outside the city limits, you’ll find some of the most picturesque surroundings imaginable. Gentle rolling hills, mighty rivers and streams, fertile farmlands and vast woodlands offer ample opportunities for exploration and adventure. South Western Pennsylvania has everything an outdoor enthusiast could ever want.
The first covered bridge in the United States was built in Philadelphia in 1805,it was named the Permanent Bridge. Over the course of the next century roughly 12,000 of these iconic American spans were constructed across the country, and while the Permanent Bridge is gone, 750 remain standing today, 47 of them in southwest Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh and Its Countryside is a great destination for a family getaway, a company convention, a reunion of old friends or any other group function. No other region offers a greater selection of ways to play, discover and explore!