Pittsburgh PA Senior Living
The second largest city in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is known as the “Steel City” for its significant contributions to the steel industry. In fact, the city’s professional football team is aptly named the “Steelers.” But don’t worry, if you’re not interested in football, there’s steel plenty of things you’ll find endearing about the metropolitan area.
For instance, the city’s rich history is highlighted by a number of museums and historic places. The Andy Warhol Museum resides in Pittsburgh, as does the Carnegie Museum of Art, Frick Art & Historical Center and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. If music is more your tune, there’s the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Opera and River City Brass Band, among others. For the thespian, the Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre and Quantum Theatre always hit their marks.
For some lighter fare, try the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and the National Aviary. And in addition to professional football, Pittsburgh is also host to professional soccer, baseball and hockey teams.
As far as living in the city, Pittsburgh has historically received high marks all around. According to Places Rated Almanac, Pittsburgh is the only city to have finished among the top 20 most livable cities since the publication’s inception. A number of other organizations concur with Pittsburgh’s exceptional livability, including The Economist, Forbes and Yahoo!.
You’ll experience four distinct seasons in Pittsburgh, including hot summers and snowy winters – perfect for the senior who enjoys a regular change of pace.
If you’re considering Pittsburgh, be sure to stop in at one of our conveniently located Holiday Retirement communities in the area. We’re excited to meet you.
Senior Living Communities in Pittsburgh, PA