Pittsburgh International Airport

Sense of Place

Touch down at Pittsburgh International Airport and you’re just steps away from the rich culture, delicious food and friendly people Pittsburgh is known for. 

As the airport is often the first and last impression visitors have of the region, Pittsburgh International wants passengers to understand they are someplace special. The airport is committed to creating a sense of place by connecting to the region it serves through offerings unique to Pittsburgh, including art, culture, cuisine, individuals and institutions.

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Travelers can sample the local flavors and offerings of Pittsburgh at The Strip Market as well as other food and merchandise stores.  
Art and Culture
Pittsburgh International strives to expose travelers to the region's art with exhibits from the Carnegie Science Center and local artwork on display throughout the airport. 
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The Voices of Pittsburgh program features local voices  on the trains that connect the Airside and Landside terminals. Performances by local musicians also exhibit the region's culture. 
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The Kidsport lounge offers a safe and fun space for kids and parents, with installations from the Carnegie Science Center and Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
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A VisitPITTSBURGH Welcome Center is filled with useful information to help you experience all that Pittsburgh has to offer.
From internationally acclaimed artists to heralded sports legends, the Creating a Sense of Place program is pleased to showcase our region’s unique amenities and enhance travelers’ experience in the terminals. 

Current Sense of Place partners include: 
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Museums
Carnegie Science Center
The Children’s Museum
Clean Robotics
The Frick
Innovation Works
Pittsburgh Today