Watch Birds Soar, Swoop, and Glide on SkyDeck!

THIS SUMMER ONLY! See superhero birds from all over the world during SkyDeck, a live rooftop show, presented by the Pittsburgh International Airport. Lightning-fast Lanner Falcons swoop overhead, demonstrating their agility and impressive speed, while sleek Black Kites soar through the sky, and Hooded Vultures, a Critically Endangered species found in Africa, take flight from the rooftop and glide on air currents. NEW THIS YEAR: A Eurasian Eagle-Owl appearance!

Price: $4 for Members; $5 for Non-Members
Times: Daily | Noon & 3 pm
Ages 6+

Reserve Tickets

*SkyDeck is not available Mon. June 17 – Sat. June 22 . Take off on an exhilarating, indoor adventure during live immersive bird show Habitat Heroes, where a Bald Eagle soars overhead and a Gray Crowned-Crane shows off her 6 foot wingspan!

This free-flight bird show will take you on an adventure, while exciting birds soar over Allegheny Commons Park! Learn how to be a champion of conservation, too!

Tickets are available for purchase at and our Visitor Services Desk.

Shows on SkyDeck are weather-dependent. Attendees must be 6 years of age or older.

Not old enough for SkyDeck yet? Join us for our indoor, immersive bird show, Habitat Heroes, presented by AAA Travel!

Sign up for a National Aviary Traditional Member to receive 10% off Animal Encounters, free admission, and more perks!

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