What are some interesting places in Pittsburgh to visit in March

I am looking for a Saturday to kill in Pittsburgh in late february or march and I was wondering, Pittsburgh-natives, what are some activities I can do as a teenager to enjoy myself in the Pittsburgh area. Are there any cool traditions that go on in Pittsburgh during March? Thanks

The most important thing to do is try to AVOID the smog & pollution. It is unbelievable how much crap is spewed into the air here, it is so dense that it travels all the way to the Eastern States and kills and destroys much of their forests and habitat. Acid rain has been a problem there for years but now it is known that most all freshwater fish from natural streams in the Northeast USA are polluted from mercury, so much so that kids and women shouldn’t eat any of it and it is suggested that healthy adult males avoid it as well.
YES, it comes from the plants in the Pittsburgh area pumping their putrid black smoke into our atmosphere.
Additionally, Pittsburgh drinking water supplies have been contaminated with benzene, toluene, vinyl chloride and 22 other chemicals reportedly leached from Dow Chemical plants here. Pittsburg is a TOXIC HOTSPOT! Just type ‘Pittsburg pollution’ or similar in your browser and see what crops up, it truly is amazing.

Good luck and try to stay healthy

Las vegas …

im going to las vegas for vacation this summer. i heard it’s going to be like in the 100’s degrees

i lived in washington my whole life, how bad would it be for me?

Well it will be an experience for sure. I remember the first time I came here when it was over 100. When I exited the plane I thought I was walking into the back of a jet engine …. It took a few hours to get use to it but soon I loved it. Stay out of the direct sun light as much as possible. Drink lots of water even if you don’t feel thirsty. Be prepared to use the restroom a lot as your body is going to dehydrate. Wear lip gloss or lip balm of some kind because your lips are going to dry out real quick. I now live here and you really do get use to it. Remember it is a dry heat. The humidity is probalby around 5% so you won’t feel sticky.