Pittsburgh Rivers

The three Pittsburgh Rivers are much more than details on the map. The Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers are a large part of the Steel City’s history. Speaking of nicknames, Pittsburgh is also referred to as the “City of Bridges,” given there are 446 of them across its waterways. Equally important, the rivers are a major influence in the present, contributing to locals’ work-live-and-play dynamics. Even visitors enjoy what these waterways afford. Pittsburgh Water Limousine offers a way for you to experience these rivers and to see the beauty they bring to our area.

The Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers end here, while the Ohio River begins here. They’re all set apart, yet together, they create a unique setting worth appreciating. If you don’t see it just yet, you will.

It can be easy to overlook these three rivers as a resident, but believe it or not, it can be just as easy to make the most of them. Take a water taxi the next time you need a lift or take a tour on one of our luxury cruises when you’re looking for something new to do. Have an event you’re planning and searching for venues – how about on the water? We feature an array of special occasion trips and are always looking for more – private birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, you name it.

Of course, there are always the water activities, too. Paddling and rowing are popular adventures that take place on our rivers. For those who are interested in these types of action-packed opportunities, you’ll find kayak outfitters and many great fishing spots, as well. The options are endless, truly; you just have to be willing to explore.

The Pittsburgh Rivers are what we are all about. Pittsburgh Water Limousine strives to promote our rivers by bringing locals and visitors to them and through them. Come learn about these notable waterways and delight in their splendor.