In town for a big game? We've got the scoop on how to enjoy the ultimate sports town!
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 every football fan!
Experience Sports History
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 Pittsburgh 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 Heinz Field, is filled with plenty of bars and restaurants for all football fans. Jerome Bettis Grille 36, owned by former Steelers running back Jerome Bettis, is a football hot spot serving home-cooking inspired dishes. Southern Tier and Rivertowne Brewing are also a popular spot to grab a craft beer pre or post-game.
Get Behind The Scenes
Experience Steelers football up-close during a Heinz Field Tour. The tours will take fans on-field, in the locker rooms, through the Great Hall - including the newly added Hall of Honor - and more. Tickets cost only $8, so you won't break the bank with this informative and photo friendly tour!
Need some new Steelers gear? Head on down to the Strip District for any and everything Steelers. Yinzers in the Burgh is a notable Pittsburgh sports store, ranging from Steelers onesie tutus to a wall full of different Terrible Towels and everything in between. You can also find street vendors that sell various low-cost Pittsburgh themed apparel.
Work it Off
Have a little adrenaline to burn after that amazing Steeler's win? For the young and the young at heart, nothing can be more exciting than to hit Highmark SportsWorks. You can try 30 interactive experiences that include playing an oversized Operation game to treat common sports injuries, defying gravity on the ropes challenge course, scaling a 25-foot rock wall, and shooting hockey pucks at a virtual goalie. It's also on the North Shore close to Heinz Field, so win-win!
Take in Tradition
The Clark Bar & Grill is the original Pittsburgh sports bar. For over 20 years this restaurant has been a Pittsburgh game-day tradition, with some of the best burgers you've ever had. Housed in the historic Clark Candy Factory between Heinz Field and PNC Park, it is the ultimate scene for the true Pittsburgh sports fan before or after the game.