Have children that need to stretch their legs and run off some energy? Pittsburgh International Airport’s Kidsport lounge in Concourse C is a safe and fun space for kids and parents to enjoy.
The all-new Kidsport at Pittsburgh International is a colorful, 2,100 square foot space featuring seven new interactive installations that challenge kids of all ages to explore concepts of live video, height comparison, movement and more.
Installations like “Silly Faces” by Amanda Long for the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, allow kids to create videos which are uploaded in real time to a rotating video wall. The Carnegie Science Center’s “Dirty Water Fountain” shows bubbles going through a pipe demonstrating the technology needed to convert river water into fresh, drinkable water.
A new mothers’ nursing area with changing table, play equipment including seesaws, kid-sized furniture and new seating for adults has been installed. And, there’s still plenty of room for little ones to burn off energy before boarding their flight on new rubberized flooring and carpeting.