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[[Image:Pittsburgh zoo ppgaquarium.jpg|right|thumb|300px|PPG Aquarium]]
 
[[Image:Pittsburgh zoo ppgaquarium.jpg|right|thumb|300px|PPG Aquarium]]
 
* <see name="Highland Park" alt="" address="southwest of the intersection of Washington Blvd and Allegheny River Blvd" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="http://www.pittsburghparks.org/highland" hours="" price="">One of the largest parks, Highland is home to 2 lakes, Lake Carnegie and Reservoir No. 1, both built for municipal water use and used for recreation. Also features gardens, overlooks, and a network of trails.</see>
 
* <see name="Highland Park" alt="" address="southwest of the intersection of Washington Blvd and Allegheny River Blvd" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="http://www.pittsburghparks.org/highland" hours="" price="">One of the largest parks, Highland is home to 2 lakes, Lake Carnegie and Reservoir No. 1, both built for municipal water use and used for recreation. Also features gardens, overlooks, and a network of trails.</see>
** <see name="Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium" alt="" address="7340 Butler St, Highland Park" directions="" phone="+1 412 665-3640" url="http://www.pittsburghzoo.org" hours="9AM-5PM daily" price="$12 adults, $11 seniors, $10 children, children under 2 free" lat="" long="" email="" fax="" hoursextra="until 6PM in summer and 4PM in winter">A large zoo complex containing a wide variety of animals in big exhibits. There are lots of enclosures simulating natural spaces in Asia, Africa, rainforests, alongside with the '''PPG Aquarium'''. In the "Kid's Kingdom" area you can get up-close with animals like goats, deer, sea lions, bats, and meerkats. Busier on weekends; the zoo is laid out is a very linear fashion, with almost everything aligned along one loop, so expect crowds and viewing waits.</see>
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** <see name="Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium" alt="" address="7340 Butler St, Highland Park" directions="" phone="+1 412 665-3640" email="" fax="" url="http://www.pittsburghzoo.org" hours="9AM-5PM daily" hoursextra="until 6PM in summer and 4PM in winter" price="$12 adults, $11 seniors, $10 children, children under 2 free">A large zoo complex containing a wide variety of animals in big exhibits. There are lots of enclosures simulating natural spaces in Asia, Africa, rainforests, along with the '''PPG Aquarium'''. In the "Kid's Kingdom" area you can get up-close with animals like goats, deer, sea lions, bats, and meerkats. Busier on weekends; the zoo is laid out is a very linear fashion, with almost everything aligned along one loop, so expect crowds and viewing waits.</see>
  
 
* <see name="Senator John Heinz History Center" alt="" address="1212 Smallman St" directions="" phone="+1 412 454-6000" email="" fax="" url="http://www.pghhistory.org" hours="10AM-5PM daily" price="$10 adults, $9 seniors, $5 children and students, children 3 and under free">An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and the largest history museum in Pennsylvania. Featuring 6 floors of permanent and changing exhibitions, this museum gives a very detailed look at the past 250 years in Western Pennsylvania, with displays on Pittsburgh-area innovations, people, and industries. Notable exhibits include artifacts from the French & Indian War, a hall dedicated to the Heinz company, a room full of old vehicles, and the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum - a two story exhibit dedicated to a wide variety of Pittsburgh-area sport legends.</see>
 
* <see name="Senator John Heinz History Center" alt="" address="1212 Smallman St" directions="" phone="+1 412 454-6000" email="" fax="" url="http://www.pghhistory.org" hours="10AM-5PM daily" price="$10 adults, $9 seniors, $5 children and students, children 3 and under free">An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and the largest history museum in Pennsylvania. Featuring 6 floors of permanent and changing exhibitions, this museum gives a very detailed look at the past 250 years in Western Pennsylvania, with displays on Pittsburgh-area innovations, people, and industries. Notable exhibits include artifacts from the French & Indian War, a hall dedicated to the Heinz company, a room full of old vehicles, and the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum - a two story exhibit dedicated to a wide variety of Pittsburgh-area sport legends.</see>

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