Enjoy the View at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

  • Enjoy the View at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

    Smell the Roses

    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE

Recently opened in May 2015, the 460- acre Pittsburgh Botanic Garden has transformed 60 acres of land that was once mined, logged and farmed into a beautiful garden for all sorts of events. Perfect for those that enjoy a nice view, the Botanic Garden offers guided tours of the 2.5 miles of gardens, woodlands and attractions like the award-winning Lotus Pond, the Margaret Lawrence Simon Dogwood Meadow and the historic Heritage Homestead. The conference room features a long table, chairs, monitoring screen, a conference phone and a capacity of up to 30 people. There are a number of catering options ranging from buffet or sit-down meals to food trucks.  

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