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Very nice situated ballpark . Fantastic view of the city . Easy accesable and just a bridge away from central dowtown . Ticket prices are moderate compared to other MLB citiies . Loads of good resturants and bars surrounding the area .
Went here to a pirates game and it was a blast. The park is huge. Tons of vendors within a short walk will greet you with plenty of beer, or mixed drinks. Was surprised to see all of the things they had out for young...More
Stayed downtown so did the easy walk across the bridge with my kids. We had field box seats but it was a super hot day so we spent a lot of time on the concourse. Nice stadium, good offerings, we had a good day!
Rich was our tour guide and he did an exceptional job taking us through the stadium and providing a knowledgeable and enthusiastic look at the Pirates past and present. We have taken quite a few stadium tours and I really enjoyed this tour. One of...More
So as the title says...I’m not normally a fan of baseball. To me it’s a boring game, no offense to those who like it. I was reluctant to go at first. BUT really it was great. Despite standing in long security lines, a problem at...More
It was SO hot that day (afternoon game) Don’t know how the players do it in that heat. I couldn’t stay in the sun for too long so I walked around the stadium. Great drinks, bars, and food places. Iron City mango beer is a...More
There are several hotels in the immediate area of PNC- a Hyatt is one. Station Square across the river has a hotel and water taxi/ shuttle service to the stadium. Most downtown hotels are within walking distance for those... More
There are several hotels in the immediate area of PNC- a Hyatt is one. Station Square across the river has a hotel and water taxi/ shuttle service to the stadium. Most downtown hotels are within walking distance for those capable of a moderate walk.all are safe especially following a game.
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For a unique, special Sunday brunch, I recommend the Grand Concourse. It is $25-30 per adult (less for children) but worth it if you can afford it. The selection is amazing, quantities unlimited, and it's in an amazing space... More
For a unique, special Sunday brunch, I recommend the Grand Concourse. It is $25-30 per adult (less for children) but worth it if you can afford it. The selection is amazing, quantities unlimited, and it's in an amazing space that was once the waiting area of the Pennsylvania and Lake Erie Railroad. As others have suggested, park at Station Square, take the nearby incline to the top of Mt. Washington for spectacular views overlooking downtown, and check out the shops in Station Square. Rather than riding the T, take the river taxi of the Gateway Clipper Fleet from Station Square to PNC Park and then return the same way. Or walk across the Smithfield Street Bridge, take a left and walk through Point State Park where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers meet to form the Ohio River, and then take the pedestrian walkway that parallels the Duquesne Bridge to the park. For Monday lunch, the Jerome Bettis 33 Grille (former Steelers running back) or others along the Allegheny River near PNC Park. Alternatively, not too far away is Penn Brewery. Good beer; not so good food. Or Max's Allegheny Tavern in the North Side.