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Scale Mount Washington in one of two original 1877 cable cars for a fun and unique ride and a breathtaking view of the Pittsburgh skyline when you reach the top of the 400-foot incline. Parking available across the street from our lower station at...more
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We jumped off our bus tour to take advantage of this gem. Price is so inexpensive how can you not go. Your view going up in your view at the top is like no other. Great way to see Pittsburgh. I would highly recommend.
When visiting Pittsburgh, it's a great thrill and awesome experience visiting Mt. Washington. Along with the picturesque view of the Point where the three Rivers converge, visitors have the unique opportunity of riding the Duquesne Incline or the Mon Incline. Two cars, one traveling up...More
A great attraction for those visiting Pittsburgh. See the city from a good viewpoint. The incline is a rare and historical mode of transportation. In operation since 1877. Adequate parking on the lower lever. The upper location has a nice overlook. It also has a...More
Friends recommended taking the Duquesne incline and specifically to start at the BOTTOM of the hill. OOOooh the ride was a bit steep and scary but we were rewarded with an awesome panoramic view of Pittsburgh at the top. there's also a cool little museum...More
The views from Mount Washington aren't thi be missed. The history of the incline and its use over the years is very interesting. There are only 2 of these left so when in Pittsburg be sure to include this experience.
This was recommended by a friend and I'm glad they did it as it gave us a great view of downtown Pittsburgh. We went there in the late afternoon and the sun was shining on the city and we could see the stadiums and the...More
You will get a feel as to how people in the 1900's used this form of transportation to travel up to Mount Washington or down to South Side to get to work. When you get to the top at Mt. Washington, you will have the...More