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Road Trip to PNC Park
Perhaps the best way to arrive at PNC Park is to walk over the Roberto Clemente Bridge (closed to autos on game days), although
you could also boat or of course drive. This new park is an architectural statement, designed to put the fans in the game and
in the full aesthetics of this former iron town. Indeed, Pittsburgh's downtown features some excellent architecture, so why
shouldn't its ballpark? With seating capacity for 38,000, this park has the desired intimate feel. Concourses are wide, vending is excellent.
Beer selection good, but not necessarily for on tap. Feature: pierogi races. Easy to move around and change seats. Very
friendly ushers. PNC Park consistently rates high with road-trippers. Now all they need is a competitive team.
- Official Regular
- Ballpark Ticket Office: 1-800-274-2827,
- Official ticket information
- Location: PNC Park at North Shore, 115 Federal
Street or P.O. Box 7000, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
- Ballpark Directions
- Radio: FM NEWSTALK 104.7
For more information on nearby lodging, click here.
- Pittsburgh Marriott North, 100 Cranberry Woods Dr
- Courtyard, 945 Penn Ave
- Holiday Inn Express Pittsburgh, 20 S 10th St.
- Ramada Plaza Suites, One Bigelow Square
- Airport: Pittsburgh International (PIT)
At the place where three rivers converge - the Ohio, Monongahela and Allegheny - (which is why the former home of the Pirates
was Three Rivers Stadium), you
can get a view of this natural wonder from Point State Park,
and also visit the Fort Pitt Blockhouse and Museum.
Another attraction is the National Aviary, the Gateway Clipper
and the Carnegie Science Center, and the other Carnegie
such as the Andy Warhol Museum.
- Closest Major League Baseball Teams: Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Nationals
- Nearby Minor League Ballparks: