Bailey Burns

and

Michael Pence

Q&A

RSVP DEADLINE

Please RSVP by August 15th.

WHAT TIME DO DOORS OPEN

Doors to the cathedral open at 3:15.

CEREMONY AND RECEPTION LOCATIONS

Saint Paul Cathedral is located four blocks (0.20 mi.) from the Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History.

"CATHOLIC GAP" RECOMMENDATIONS

There will be approximately 90 minutes between the ceremony and reception (commonly known as a "Catholic Gap"). We recommend the following bars and restaurants near the cathedral and museum:

Union Grill (0.20 mi. from cathedral; 0.10 mi. from museum)

Spirits & Tales (Oaklander Hotel) (0.40 mi. from cathedral; 0.30 mi. from museum)

Bridges Restaurant & Lounge (Wyndham Hotel) (0.40 mi from cathedral; 0.40 mi. from museum)

The Porch at Schenley (0.50 mi. from cathedral; 0.20 mi. from museum)

Mario's Oakland Saloon (0.60 mi. from cathedral; 0.40 mi. from museum)

Hemingway's Café (0.60 mi. from cathedral; 0.40 mi. from museum)

DIETARY RESTRICTIONS

We are happy to accommodate dietary restrictions. Please list any restrictions on your RSVP card.

PARKING

Complimentary parking will be available at the museum.

VISITING THE MUSEUM

All guests will receive complimentary admission to the Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History to enjoy during normal hours of operation (10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) on Saturday, September 16. Please visit the front desk of the museum and inform them you are with the Burns-Pence Wedding.

WHO IS DIPPY?

Dippy is considered the most famous single dinosaur skeleton in the world, due to the numerous plaster casts donated by Andrew Carnegie to several major museums around the world at the beginning of the 20th century.

Dippy lives at the Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History. We encourage our guests to visit and experience one of the many museums Pittsburgh has to offer.