Tucked In A Former Church, Dragon’s Den Challenge Course In Pittsburgh Will Get Your Adrenaline Pumping
Adventure’s never too far away when you live in and around Pittsburgh. We’re fortunate, in fact, that new attractions open all of the time. One of those attractions, Dragon’s Den in Pittsburgh, offers two challenge courses – with floating bridges, balance beams, and a zipline – that are designed to inspire kids and their families to have a good time and to learn a bit about themselves at the same time.
If you've driven past St. Mary Magdalene Church in Homestead in recent months, you might have merely seen the exterior of a once-popular neighborhood church.
Today, however, that space has been transformed into challenge courses for both children and adults. Dragon's Den opened with the goal of inspiring children and their families to...
Challenge themselves, to learn team-building skills, and to grow as individuals. Accomplishing all of that at Dragon's Den is a whole lot of fun, too.
The former Catholic church features two challenge courses - a lower course for kiddos five and older and a higher course geared toward those 10 and older.
The lower course mimics the upper course, so those who use it can enjoy a similar experience. Anyone, including kiddos, can use the lower course.
Whichever course you choose, get ready for a ton of fun. The challenge course features 25 bridges, balance beams, and crossings. Each is between three and five feet above ground, so it's not too high.
One of the highlights of the challenge course is, undoubtedly, the Soaring Dragons. Soar 17 feet above the ground on a zipline. A climbing wall, that stands 20 feet high, will also open soon.
Dragon's Den offers a yearly family pass with unlimited admission, or you can
book a session online.
Head over to the official website of
Dragon's Den for more information. Or, go here for Facebook.
Have you been to Dragon’s Den in Pittsburgh? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! For more thrilling adventures, this time among nature, cross a suspension bridge along
the Allegheny Gorge & Overlook Trail near Pittsburgh.
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Address: The Dragon’s Den (Former St. Mary Magdalene Church), 1008 Amity St, Homestead, PA 15120, USA