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Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy offers discounted pass for PNC Carousel at Schenley Plaza

Steven Adams
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
D.J. Stemmler, 54, from Allison Park laughs during her first ever carousel ride on the the PNC Carousel at Schenley Plaza as part of the first annual Ramp Crawl, an event designed to make the Oakland business community more accessibe, Tuesday, May 5, 2015.

Get a season pass for Pittsburgh’s carousel at a discounted price.

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is offering 2019 PNC Carousel Family Season Passes for $45 until May 12. After that, the price goes back to $60 for the pass that lets two adults and up to four children ride the carousel at Schenley Plaza in Oakland all season long.

The attraction operates through October 13.

Purchase your pass at pittsburghparks.org.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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