Kennywood opens May 3, and you’ll notice some changes this year, including one that could save you money.
Kennywood is making it clear that there is no safety problem with the Phantom’s Revenge.
There’s a lot of activity in downtown Pittsburgh this weekend, with the Marathon and Pirates games. The icing on the cake? Kennywood opens for the season tomorrow.
Kennywood Park officially started the holiday season Friday with the kickoff of Holiday Lights. The second annual event is expected to draw thousands this holiday season.
Kennywood is now one of dozens of amusements parks around the country that sell beer. It went on sale for the first time last weekend under tight security.
If you like steep places and want to experience them from a new perspective Kennywood is the place you want to be this summer.
There’s a plan on tap for some new attractions at Kennywood Park. For the first time since 1898, the historic amusement park plans to sell beer.