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Steelers Nation! In Pittsburgh for the big game? We've got the scoop on how to enjoy the ultimate sports city!
Nicknamed the City of Champions, it's no surprise that Pittsburgh is the ultimate football destination. Whether you're visiting from out-of-town or you're a local with season tickets, check out our Pittsburgh guide for football fans!
Explore 90 years of Steelers history at the newly opened Steelers Hall of Honor Museum, located near the B Suite gate at Acrisure Stadium. This 10,000-square-foot exhibit walks visitors through every decade of Steelers history with never-before-seen artifacts and interactive exhibits that let you become part of Steelers history.
Or, tackle your way through Pittsburgh football history at the Senator John Heinz History Center's Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum! Relive iconic Pittsburgh moments such as the Immaculate Reception, try on a Super Bowl ring, learn more about Myron Cope's Official Terrible Towel and take a picture with the Terrible Fan. Featuring more than 70 interactive exhibits, this is the ultimate museum for any sports lover.
There's no shortage of where to find a good pub and grub before a Steelers game. The North Shore, also home to Acrisure Stadium, is filled with plenty of bars and restaurants for all football fans. McFadden’s, Burgatory, Shorty’s and Tequila Cowboy, among others, are all great places to get food and drinks.
The best part? All of these are within walking distance and filled with other Steelers faithful. Whether it be leading up to or after the game, the North Shore is a great place to fuel up.
Need some new Steelers gear? Take a trip to Pittsburgh's authentic Strip District neighborhood for any and everything Steelers. Yinzers in the Burgh is a notable Pittsburgh sports store, filled with everything from Steelers onesies to a huge variety of Terrible Towels, Steelers hats, cold weather gear, jerseys and so much more. You can also find street vendors that sell various low-cost black and gold apparel.
Experience Steelers football up-close during an Acrisure Stadium Tour. The tours take fans on-field, in the locker rooms, through the Great Hall, including the Hall of Honor, and more. Tickets are only $10 per person!
Have a day or two to kill before the game? Come visit these spots. Both attractions are often featured during NFL broadcasts of home Steelers games. The Duquesne Incline specifically has a great view of Pittsburgh during the fall and winter months. The Point is a go-to walk to take in pretty much anything you can see downtown.
There isn’t a better tradition in American football than tailgating. Acrisure Stadium is surrounded by a sea of parking lots, and there are plenty of good places to set up your tailgate. If you’re not driving to the game, check out the Tailgate Zone near Stage AE, where you can be in the thick of things and mingle with your fellow members of Steelers Nation.