Pittsburgh Riverfronts

Allegheny Landing


Situated between the 6th and 7th Street bridges on the north bank of the Allegheny River next to PNC Park, Allegheny Landing was dedicated in 1984 as one of Pittsburgh’s first modern riverfront parks and one the nation’s first urban riverfront sculpture parks. It was established in recognition of Pittsburgh’s riverfront potential for recreation and incorporating arts within the urban landscape and has since become a well-used node of Pittsburgh’s riverfront trail system.

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Dock Restoration

Artwork Restoration

Lower Trail Restoration and Rain Garden

Managing Partner

Allegheny Landing is owned and managed by the City of Pittsburgh. For more information on staging a special event at Allegheny Landing, please visit the City of Pittsburgh’s Citiparks Special Event Permitting page.

A renovation of Allegheny Landing led by Riverlife, City of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art, and Friends of Allegheny Landing began in 2010. Highlights include:

  • Boat dock restoration completed 2013
  • Piazza Lavoro public artwork restoration completed 2015
  • Lower trail restoration, native plantings and rain garden addition completed 2016.

RELATED BLOG POST: “A new chapter for Allegheny Landing”


Funding for the Allegheny Landing park restoration project has been generously provided by The Heinz Endowments; The Allegheny County Economic Development, Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund, overseen by the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County; The Pittsburgh Foundation; The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission with federal assistance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Sport Fish Restoration Program; Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development Greenways, Trails and Recreation grant from the Commonwealth Financing Authority Marcellus Legacy program; Allegheny Regional Asset District for restoration of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail; W.P. Snyder III Charitable Fund; Garden Club of Allegheny County; Friends of Allegheny Landing (The Pittsburgh Pirates, Burns White); Port of Pittsburgh Commission; and Roy A. Hunt Foundation.

Support for the restoration of public sculpture at Allegheny Landing Park has been generously provided by The Heinz Endowments, the National Endowment for the Arts, The Pittsburgh Foundation, and the Public Art Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation.