Around this time of year, it’s hard not to start thinking spring. Here are seven spring activities in Pittsburgh you don’t want to miss.
1. Opening Day at Kennywood
Kennywood’s 2020 opening day is Saturday May 2nd. Kick off a summer at the park and cross your fingers for a sunny and gorgeous day! For more information on Kennywood, click HERE.
2. Page Dairy Mart Ice Cream
The family-owned ice cream shop goes back decades. It’s worth waiting in line on the first warm night of spring for a sky high cone or perhaps a yinzer sundae. For more information on Page Dairy Mart, click HERE.
3. Fish Fries
With the spring comes Lent which means lots of fish fries! Hit up area local churches or VFDs for delicious home-cooked fish sandwiches, mac and cheese, cole slaw and more. For more information on fish fries, check out this list of Pittsburgh Fish Fries.
4. Phipps Spring Flower Show
For 2020’s spring show “Canopy of Color” not only has all the beautiful flowers on the ground, but breathtaking baskets and displays above. Ring in the new season in brilliant color! For more information on Phipps Conservatory, click HERE.
5. The Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festivities
From the parade, to mass, to lots of reveling at the local bars, there are so many reasons to hope spring comes early. For more information on St. Patrick’s Day in Pittsburgh, click HERE.
6. The Pittsburgh Marathon
The Pittsburgh Marathon in May always brings in the best weather in Pittsburgh. Even if you aren’t running, it’s great to get out and cheer on the participants. For more information on the Pittsburgh Marathon, click HERE.
ZooBrew, the Pittsburgh Zoo’s 21+ event, includes over 45 craft beer samples and lots of yummy bites. There are opportunities for up close animal encounters and live music too. For more information on ZooBrew, click HERE.