Our Guided Walking Tours invite you into the mind of the architect, or artist, and the soul of the neighborhood. 

Our experienced and passionate tour guides take you off-the-beaten path, steeping you in the history, cultural contributions, and little-known facts about celebrated Pittsburghers, craftsmen, and tycoons, along with beautiful architectural details. 

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A story—sometimes charming, sometimes gritty—will unfold as you walk with our guides.

These Guided Walking Tours are typically 90 to 120 minutes and entail up to 1.5 miles of walking.

The cost is $10-$30. All tours require pre-registration. Registration closes at 5 pm the day prior to the tour.  

Wheelchair accessibility varies by tour—please contact us for more details.

Upcoming Tours

Murals of Oakland – Saturday, May 15

This tour is a feast for your eyes. Walk Oakland with us and take in the sights of street art in its multiple forms. This tour is a celebration of

Allegheny Commons Public Art Tour — May 22 & 29

Join DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh and Morton Brown, a local public art aficionado, for this one-of-a-kind tour of Pittsburgh’s most striking City parks–Allegheny Commons.  On this walking tour, you will explore

Antique Skyscrapers: Rooftops and Views — May 22 & 23 and July 17 & 18

See the city from up high! Ascend four historic Downtown skyscrapers for spectacular Pittsburgh panoramas. Learn the surprising stories behind these and many other multi-stories of yesteryear. Koppers Tower: Survey

Oakland’s Walk of Fame — June 5 & 6

Before astronauts walked on the MOON they walked in Oakland.    Come to Oakland to walk in the footsteps of famous people. Actors, engineers, athletes–Fred Rogers, Mark Cuban, Jeff Goldblum, Ted

Roots of Pittsburgh — Saturdays: June 19, July 24, August 7, and September 18

Explore Pittsburgh up close and personal.  Discover the events and people that shaped Pittsburgh, such as the Great Fire of 1845, Mr. Frick’s Revenge, the Wall Street of Pittsburgh, and

East Liberty Public Art Tour — September 4 and September 11

East Liberty Public Art!  Join Morton Brown, a local public art aficionado, who will take us on a walking tour of one of our most beloved Pittsburgh neighborhoods, exploring its

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