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This retro, yet modern, urban park incorporates classic design elements with modern amenities for both spectators and athletes.
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115 Federal St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5724
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For a great family experience, visit PNC Park and take in a Pirates game. Plan ahead, make a day and enjoy the north shore area prior to the game. Doing a little research to enjoy some festivities, whether it’s a fireworks night, a kids day...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Jingles1126
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A great ball park reminiscent of legendary ball parks of old. The streets around the ball park are great too. Full of food and drink and lodging.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Tim A
Reviewed 5 days ago

Best baseball stadium we've been too. While sitting in our seats, no matter what direction you look, you get a great view of the city and river. The times we've been, they also include fireworks! Watching the Piergi Races are fun too!

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank SteelersTown28
Reviewed 5 days ago

Even after almost 20 years, PNC is a cozy yet impressive stadium that features the best of both worlds. It's convenient location, old-fashioned design, yet innovative and ever-changing communities helps to keep the stadium current. I often tell people that even if you don't enjoy...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank lbmit73
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was the first time I went to a ball game in the new PNC Park. One of the first things you see is Roberto Clemente statue one of the best baseball players that played the game. He died in a plane crash in Nicaragua...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Ronald M
Reviewed 1 week ago

I rode my bike from Cumberland, MD and the ride ended at PNC Park. Beautiful views and fun people. Went to The Point and that is spectacular. If I had found this city when I was younger, we would never have left!

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Pete C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the most beautiful baseball parks in North America! Great location on the water, great seats, good food. Highly recommended.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank tiggerhiker
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

PNC Park is home of the MLB Pittsburgh Pirates. Located a stone’s throw from the three rivers that flow through town offers a quaint setting for a ball game. Major League Baseball has been a part of the city for over 100 years. Several hall...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank acoachcool
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The evening we visited PNC park we had some difficulty locating our seats. However, once in the seats we had a terrific view of the game, and were very impressed with the hospitality demonstrated by the PNC park staff. The overtime game featured 11 innings...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank CdnGoldy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We had a blast at baseball game. Great seats for decent prices. We went as a group of 12 and they were able to give us two rows of seats next to each other so we could turn around and still talk to everyone as...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Red1498
September 2, 2018|
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Response from Edendork625 | Reviewed this property |
Stay at the Holiday Inn Express that is located across the street from the park. Great spot and you walk everywhere. However, you will have to pay $24 a day to park but still worth the price.
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charlied753
August 16, 2018|
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Response from Raymond O | Reviewed this property |
Several good restaurants on Sixth street, and many in the ball park for game food. All good.
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August 16, 2018|
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Response from HCB26 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I didn’t see this sooner. Yes and no. We were able to go down as far as possible next to the field, but not directly on the field. The players were warming up, so it was fun to get up close to them. Some gave... More
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petrohd
Chicago, Illinois
Parking/hotel in downtown Pittsburgh (3 Replies)
My buddy and I will be in Pittsburgh the weekend of August 3rd, arriving late afternoon that Saturday and leaving town sometime Monday, going to PNC on Sunday for the Pirates game. I'm noticing a good deal on Hotwire for a hotel in downtown Pittsburgh (looks like near the Three Rivers area) for $79 per night. Question...is it easy to get around Pittsburgh on the weekend if we were to park the car in a garage and used Public Transportation all weekend...or would it be easier to use the...More
July 16, 2013|
Response fromJMSH|
We are staying at the Hampton Inn on Smallman Street...from there alllocations around the downtown are walkable as are PNC Park, Heinz Field and even the Consol Energy Centre. Hampton Inn does not charge guest for parking.
BrianLerner
Los Angeles, California
PNC Park - How's the food? (2 Replies)
Is there anything good to eat in the stadium? I'm all about getting a killer hot dog and a beer to enjoy a baseball game, but find that a lot of the times the hot dogs are sub par and totally over priced. Thanks!
April 12, 2011|
Response fromPensFan71|
If your looking for good food inside the stadium, you won't have a problem finding it. However, I wouldn't get the hot dogs (as they are average), but there are so many other better options. Get there early, walk around and enjoy all the great options at PNC Park. There are Primanti Sandwiches, Benkovitz fish sandwiches, Quaker Steak & Lube wings, Manny's BBQ (and you might even see Manny Sanguillen). They also have some new options this year, but I haven't tried any of those yet.
mdboy
Maryland
What makes Pittsburgh Pittsburgh? (14 Replies)
I’ll be in Pittsburgh on July 28 and 29th and I was looking for some suggestions for getting a true Pittsburgh experience. I’ll be traveling en mass with Grandparents and teenagers and seven year old (along with my wife). I think we’ll do one of the inclines and might see a game at PNC. We like funky neighborhoods (think Greenwich Village) and local signature foods (think Philly Cheese steaks). Dad likes parks, churches and cemeteries. If anyone would like to take the time to put together an...More
June 19, 2008|
Response frombk_t1|
You can probably get some more good ideas from reading other posts on this forum, but I'll take a crack at it. 3 things, no order: Strip Distict during a weekend day, Incline, Primanti's sandwich.