If you're driving in for a Pirates game, park in the city and walk across the Clemente bridge, the views are great and it's a nice easy Walkman
There is a certain level of enthusiasm as you cross the bridge on game night! Music can be heard of local musicians trying to make a buck or two. Great view of the city and other Pittsburgh bridges as well.
This bridge is a great way to get around downtown Pittsburgh. Walk across to get to Point State Park, PNC Park, Heinz Field and enjoy a great view of the city, water, and bridges while you're there!
If you go to a Pirates game, park in town and walk the bridge to the stadium. It is closed to cars on game day so you'll have time to stop, take pictures of the stadium, the city and down our rivers. They is usually music being played (tip the guy) and you can buy cheap baseball hats and "t's"... More
There is nothing quite like walking across the Roberto Clemente Bridge on your way to a Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball game at PNC Park. Park your vehicle in any of the city garages and do yourself a favor and take in the pre-game entertainment which includes, but not limited to: Roasted Peanuts, Exquisite Views, and Live Entertainment (Saxophone Player & Fireworks!!)... More
Pittsburgh has more bridges than any city in the world,save Venice.If you want to see a masterpiece of bridge engineering,drive 15 miles East on Rte.30. The Westinghouse Bridge is a sight to behold,beware if you suffer from Vertigo.It is 500 Ft. from deck to ground,built from cement,it held the worlds record for many years as the largest. I used to... More
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