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Pittsburgh to Logstown Settler's History: A Self-Guided Driving Tour

3 (5)
Pittsburgh, US

Pittsburgh to Logstown Settler's History: A Self-Guided Driving Tour

3 (5)
Pittsburgh, US
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Embark on a captivating journey through time with the Pittsburgh to Logstown Settler's History self-guided driving tour. Step back into a time before colonization, when Native Americans thrived in the untamed wilderness of Western Pennsylvania. Travel along the scenic Ohio River and immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the region. Marvel at ancient Indian burial mounds, hear the howling of wolves in the distance, and learn about the trials and triumphs of the early settlers. This immersive audio tour takes you from the forts at the Forks of the Ohio to the Wild West town of Logstown, where Charles Dickens himself reflected on his steamboat journey. Download the VoiceMap app and get ready for a 50 to 90-minute adventure filled with captivating stories and breathtaking scenery. Don't miss your chance to experience the untamed beauty of Western Pennsylvania's settler history.

About this experience

  • Non Refundable There is no return, refund or cancellation possible with this product
  • 50 minutes - 1 hours 30 minutes
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • Explore the history of Western Pennsylvania
  • Discover the dangerous and wild wilderness
  • Visit Indian burial mounds and historic forts
  • Experience the beauty of the Ohio River
  • Immerse yourself in the original Wild West town
  • VoiceMap App for Android and iOS
  • Lifetime access to this tour in English
  • Offline access to audio, maps, and geodata
  • Tickets or entrance fees to any museums or other attractions en route
  • Smartphone and headphones
  • Transportation
  • Food and drink

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Step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of Western Pennsylvania with the Pittsburgh to Logstown Settler's History: A Self-Guided Driving Tour. This unique experience takes you on a journey before the wilderness was tamed, allowing you to discover the trails and mounds built by Native Americans. Brace yourself for an adventure in the most dangerous place on Earth as you explore the forts at the Forks of the Ohio and the original Wild West town of Logstown. Along the way, you'll encounter the howling of wolves and the vibrant dances of Native Americans, making it a truly immersive experience.

What to Expect?

During this self-guided audio tour, you can expect a total duration of 50 to 90 minutes, depending on your pace and interests. The tour takes you through various points of interest, including Brunot Island, the McKees Rocks Bridge, Neville Island, Riverside Park, and the picturesque Ohio River. You'll have the flexibility to start, pause, or restart the tour at any time, allowing you to explore at your own leisure. With the VoiceMap app, you can enjoy full offline accessibility, ensuring a seamless and uninterrupted experience.

Who is this for?

This driving tour is perfect for history enthusiasts, nature lovers, and adventure seekers alike. Whether you're a local looking to uncover hidden gems in your own backyard or a visitor eager to delve into the history of Western Pennsylvania, this tour offers something for everyone. From families to solo travelers, this experience is designed to be inclusive and enjoyable for all.

Why book this?

Embark on this self-guided driving tour and unlock a fascinating chapter of Western Pennsylvania's history. By exploring the forts, mounds, and trails that once thrived with Native American culture, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the region's rich heritage. The captivating audio narration will transport you back in time, with Charles Dickens reflecting on his steamboat trip down the Ohio and Grandmother sharing the reasons behind the departure of animals from Lenape land. Immerse yourself in the past and uncover the secrets of the pioneers who once called this place home.

Good to Know

Before starting the tour, make sure to download the VoiceMap mobile app and use the code provided on your confirmation ticket. This will ensure that you can enjoy the self-guided audio tour even in offline mode. The tour has a duration of 50 to 90 minutes, but you have the flexibility to take as much time as you need to fully explore each stop. Follow the detailed starting point instructions provided after downloading the app, and get ready to embark on a captivating historical adventure through Western Pennsylvania.


Reviews from previous participants commend the Pittsburgh to Logstown Settler's History: A Self-Guided Driving Tour for its immersive storytelling and engaging narration. Travelers have described the experience as a unique and educational journey that offers a fresh perspective on the history of Western Pennsylvania. Many have particularly enjoyed the stops at the various landmarks, appreciating the opportunity to see and learn about the region's rich heritage in person. Overall, participants have expressed their satisfaction with the tour, praising it as a must-do activity for both locals and visitors interested in exploring the cultural roots of the area.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Your Itinerary

Brunot Island

(Pass by)

The tour passes the Brunot Island.

Neville Island

(Pass by)

The tour passes Neville Island.

Riverside Park

(Pass by)

The tour includes an optional stop at the Riverside Park.

Ohio River

(Pass by)

The tour goes alongside parts of the Ohio River.


(Pass by)

The tour ends in Logstown.



3 (5)


The Voicemap app was easy to use. There were a couple of turns that we missed along the way, but the drive was beautiful and historical info interesting.


It was interesting, it just didn’t work very well. We’ve done others like this (Shaka guide) which was so much better.


The preliminary directions did not prepare me for how to handle the app while driving, so I wasted a lot of time pulling over to fool around with the phone... and then still not really always catching all of the info. We eventually gave up and just drove to the final location without listening to most of the tape.


Great self tour with my family. We really enjoyed learning about Pittsburgh and it’s incredible history


It was a great contract-free way to experience the Pittsburgh area Native American/settler history during COVID-19.
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-04-13 07:28