Bookmarked between the Clemente Bridge and the 8th Street Bridge, Allegheny Landing was one of the first "sculpture parks" in the United States.
The sculptures, made by Ned Smith, Isaac Witkin, George Danhires and George Sugarman, all relate in some way to Pittsburgh's industrial and labor history.
Allegheny Landing is often used for community events, including summer concerts.
Varies per event.
Parking is available on the street and nearby at facilities such as PNC Park