Let's celebrate the Pittsburgh Steelers – here and around the world.
Bringing home win after win, the Pittsburgh Steelers are one the city’s greatest ambassadors. And, with health and safety practices in place, you can still join the excitement right here in the City of Champions or right in your own home. Visit the Immaculate Reception Monument on the North Shore, explore the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum at the Heinz History Center or order the Primanti Bros. delivery box to complete your home tailgate.
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A trip to Pittsburgh to celebrate the Steelers is incomplete without stopping at historic landmarks for photo ops! Here are a few important and stunning stops we suggest you take:
On Dec. 23, 1972, the Pittsburgh Steelers played their first playoff game in franchise history against the Oakland Raiders. Just as the clock ran out, fullback Franco Harris scooped up the ball and ran for a touchdown that will forever be known as the Immaculate Reception. You can visit the memorial of this historic play in the exact spot where it happened on the site of the old Three Rivers Stadium near Heinz Field.
BONUS: If you’re flying into Pittsburgh International Airport, be sure to check out the Franco Harris Immaculate Reception statue en route to baggage claim for the perfect Pittsburgh photo op!
True Steelers fans know that a trip to Pittsburgh wouldn’t be complete without stopping for a photo with Steelers founder, Art Rooney, Sr. The Chief watches over Heinz Field as a bronze statue holding his trademark cigar and has plenty of room for photos!
Do you know what a hypercycloid is? If you know the Steelers logo, you do! Read more about the history of the Steelers logo is documented by the American Iron and Steel Institute.
A grand view awaits atop Mount Washington, one of the most visited neighborhoods in Pittsburgh! Take in Pittsburgh’s stunning skyline and breathtaking views of the famed three rivers from the overlook along Grandview Avenue. Take your sightseeing to the next level with a ride on the historic Duquesne Incline, a 140-year-old funicular that glides along the side of Mount Washington.
Found at the tip of Pittsburgh’s Golden Triangle is the National Historic Landmark, Point State Park. Running along each side of the park are the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers that meet at the point to form the Ohio River. Sitting on 36-acres, the park provides recreational space, an iconic fountain and historic sites.
Discover the history behind the Steelers dynasty at the Heinz History Center! Holding the title of Pennsylvania’s largest History Museum, the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum is located on the Heinz History Center’s second and third floors, celebrating Western Pennsylvania’s unsurpassed sports legacy.
Stock up on Pittsburgh Steelers gear and memorabilia while you’re in the city! We are a town that bleeds black and gold, and you can find that in almost any apparel shop.
Located at the northeast section of Heinz Field near Gate B and open seven days a week from 11am-5pm, you can find exclusive merchandise and an expansive apparel assortment for men, women and children. The store features the largest Terrible Towel presentation along with custom jersey printing, authentic game-used memorabilia and a large offering of Steelers collectibles and gifts.
Do You Know the history of the luckiest towel in sports? Learn about The Terrible Towel and how it continues to support local Pittsburghers.
Lining Smallman Street and Penn Avenue is Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District. Stop by any weekend morning and find the streets lined with shops and vendors eager to help you find what you are looking for. From the ultimate Pittsburgh apparel to fruits, veggies, flowers, jewelry and more – you are sure to find what you are looking for in the Strip District.
Bonus: Stop in at the original Primanti Bros. and enjoy a Primanti’s Sandwich. Piled high with meat, cheese, french fries and slaw, the “Almost Famous Sandwiches” are a staple to Pittsburgh. And while there, snap a selfie with the almost famous mural wall and Steeler players from now and then.
And when you are missing that Pittsburgh staple once home, don't forget you can seek out one of the 39 nationwide locations or order the delivery box for your at home tailgate.
Feeling thrifty? Zed’s in the Southside offers thrifted and new items including retro Steelers gear. Find classic shirts, sweatshirts, hats and more at this unique shop that always has something new on the rack.
The Pittsburgh Global Health (PGH) & Safety Commitment demonstrates that the Pittsburgh hospitality and tourism communities are aligned and dedicated to ensuring that the health and safety of our visitors and residents remain our top priorities.