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Schenley Park Pittsburgh

Since 1889, Schenley Park has offered a natural respite to urban living in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh's Oakland community. Now more than 450 acres of trails, woods and attractions, Schenley Park has become a daily destination for residents and visitors alike. Major annual events use this civic park as its host, including the annual Pittsburgh Race for the Cure and the Vintage Grand Prix. Grab a snack at the Schenley Park Café and Visitor Center. Just a half mile from Pittsburgh's Wyndham Hotel University Place, take advantage of all Schenley Park has to offer, including:

  • Walks in the Woods
  • Bike Trails
  • Walking Trails
  • Bob O'Connor Golf Course
  • Schenley Oval Sportsplex and Skating Rink
  • Swimming Pool
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Junction Hollow Fields

Within the Schenley Park complex and nearby are:

  • The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
  • Carnegie Museums and Library
  • Flagstaff Hill, where you can catch concerts and movies in a lovely outdoor setting
  • Westinghouse Memorial, at the entrance to Steve Felon Trail honoring inventor and industrialist George Westinghouse
  • Neill Log House and Martin's Cabin, located in the Bob O'Connor Golf Course and among the oldest buildings in Pittsburgh.

Our hotel near Schenley Park is the ideal place to stay when visiting Pittsburgh. After a day of exploring Schenley Park, the Wyndham Hotel University Place invites all guests to unwind in our spacious and comfortable guest rooms and enjoy delicious wine and food selections in our Terranova Restaurant. The outstanding hospitality and service from our staff will insure your trip to Pittsburgh is a memorable one!

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