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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 visited the incline based on its high ratings and the fact that we had a little over an hour to kill before going to the Pens game. This turned out to be a great decision. The views are great from the top. When you...More
A lot of people spent a lot of money and time to keep this incline running. Support it. Short ride up and down but great photo op and if you have a love of classic machinery, visit the self guided tour at the top. I...More
This was a fun activity on a rainy Pittsburg afternoon. Great museum at the top. Incline was originally built to take workers from the plateau to city to work in the mills. It fell into disappear in the 60s and then was resurrected as a...More
Our daughter arranged a walking tour of Pittsburgh for us and included rides on BOTH inclines. I really recommend riding up one and down the other to get the full experience. It's a cool ride and you get a gorgeous gradual view of the city...More
The views here are amazing, and the buildings are historic. Something that we should all do once, but, trust me, it gets a little scary, very creeky and shaky.
A couple tips: they do not take plastic, it is cash only, $5 round trip. Also,...More
Views are stunning. Expensive and run down but a nice tourist stop. Duquesne incline lands you at a spot with a few scenic but not so hip restaurants. I definitely would go to the other (Monogahela) incline because you’ll end up at great little neighborhood...More
This city transforms at night and from this location you can watch the transformation happen. You can go into the and around the workshop and mechanical areas to see the whole thing working but mainly just go for the view. It's stunning. And just $5