Pittsburgh Steelers

★★★★☆
  • 100 Art Rooney Ave

    Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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  • 412-697-7700

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This is such a beautiful place. It is kind of hard to keep a place that is this big clean but when you go there it is spotless. I love going to events there... although some of the seats are so high in the air that you might get a nose bleed if you sit up there. I guess for folks who are not afraid of heights that it is okay but I always make sure I have a seat that is down on the lower levels. Unlike some of the other stadiums this place is easy to navigate and the signs lead you just where you need to go. Don't miss a chance to go there... parking is convenient and available and so is public transportation.

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★★★★☆

This is such a beautiful place. It is kind of hard to keep a place that is this big clean but when you go there it is spotless. I love going to events there... although some of the seats are so high in the air that you might get a nose bleed if you sit up there. I guess for folks who are not afraid of heights that it is okay but I always make sure I have a seat that is down on the lower levels. Unlike some of the other stadiums this place is easy to navigate and the signs lead you just where you need to go. Don't miss a chance to go there... parking is convenient and available and so is public transportation.

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Lets get the bad out of the way: Heinz Field, with its horseshoe-shape and open end facing the river, is not as loud and as formidable as the old Three Rivers Stadium. While a view of Pittsburgh is perfect for baseball, it is not necessary for football. Still, the uniqueness of this design has played havoc on opposing kickers and creates some interesting viewing opportunities for those who stand in the south plaza. Compared to its neighbor, PNC Park, you will find that Heinz Field looks more blue-collar or matter-of-fact. With lots of steel and glass, it is not aesthetically impressive. However, it is very functional for the 64,500 fans at football games, with a vast improvement in concourse areas and bathrooms over the last stadium. It also boasts a very impressive Coca-Cola Great Hall of Steelers history. Watch out, though, if you sit in the upper deck. Be prepared for walk that takes seemingly forever to get up there. P.S. The rating is based on the stadium experience, not the team.

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Lets get the bad out of the way: Heinz Field, with its horseshoe-shape and open end facing the river, is not as loud and as formidable as the old Three Rivers Stadium. While a view of Pittsburgh is perfect for baseball, it is not necessary for football. Still, the uniqueness of this design has played havoc on opposing kickers and creates some interesting viewing opportunities for those who stand in the south plaza. Compared to its neighbor, PNC Park, you will find that Heinz Field looks more blue-collar or matter-of-fact. With lots of steel and glass, it is not aesthetically impressive. However, it is very functional for the 64,500 fans at football games, with a vast improvement in concourse areas and bathrooms over the last stadium. It also boasts a very impressive Coca-Cola Great Hall of Steelers history. Watch out, though, if you sit in the upper deck. Be prepared for walk that takes seemingly forever to get up there. P.S. The rating is based on the stadium experience, not the team.

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