- Our list of the best things to do in Indiana, Pennsylvania, features the top 34 nearby activities — including 12 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Indiana, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 14 things to do within the city of Indiana, PA , followed by 20 popular activities in nearby cities, including Johnstown and Latrobe
Point State Park is a state park commemorating the historic heritage of the surrounding area during the French and Indian War. Attractions include boating, fishing, hiking and biking trails, and the Fort Pitt Museum.
Room-sized environments created by in-residence artists are the focus of the Mattress Factory. The collections themselves revolve mostly around contemporary art which helps guests to truly experience the art rather than simply view it.
Home of many trendy restaurants and bars, Station Square maintains a trendy nightlife atmosphere. Watch the Fountain at Bessemer Court dance around to music, tour the city on a Segway, or see one of the square's many other attractions.
Mattress Factory Art Museum was founded in 1977. Since then, the museum has presented and commissioned new installation and performance works by more than 650 artists and currently supports established and emerging artists.
86% 1270 votes
350 W. Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15219 MoreLess Info
The Gateway Clipper Fleet is moored on the southern shore of the Monongahela River. The boats sail the Three Rivers all year round with sightseeing cruises, concert cruises, dinner and dancing events, or private charter cruises.
Stage AE is an intimate venue to allow you to get up close and personal with your favorite musical artists. With a 2,400 capacity indoor concert hall and a 5,550 capacity outdoor amphitheater, this venue boasts hassle free parking, clean facilities, and a variety of concessions.
90% 1331 votes
Allegheny Avenue and North Shore Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 MoreLess Info
Heinz Field is the home stadium for the Pittsburgh Steelers National Football League. The grass on the field is a blend of four different types of bluegrass, while the walls of the stadium contains murals from over 50 different high schools.
Originally opening in 1939, the Carnegie Science Center has the USS Requin submarine, along with exhibits on robotics, bicycles, the science of physical education, marine life, and more. The facility also has a omnimax, a planetarium, and live shows.
The Duquesne Incline is a funicular or inclined plane railroad that goes up the side of Mount Washington. People can ride in the original cars up the side of Mount Washington before encountering good views of the entire city, and many fine dining establishments.