PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA
Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates
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Walk around gorgeous PNC Park in Pittsburgh and you will frequently see logos proclaiming it to be “The Best Ballpark in America”. And while the statement may get an argument from some, it certainly isn’t laughable.
PNC is one of those rare ballparks that gets just about everything right. It has a small capacity. It is easy to arrive at via car or public transportation. Its seats are the perfect color. There are almost no obstructed views. And it has a breathtaking view, of a river, a bridge, and a city all blended into a picture-perfect backdrop.
Like Camden Yards, PNC Park was built respecting the past and leading the future. It is placed in one city block, in the heart of Pittsburgh on the North Shore. People can be seen walking from every direction to attend a Pirates game.
The seats are comfortable, and this is truly a place where there a few if any bad seats to be had. There’s all of the restaurants, suites and fancy food items that most ballparks offer these days, but they are a touch more affordable here.
PNC Park has dark blue seats modeled after Forbes Field, and statues of Pirates greats at each gate—Honus Wagner at home, Willie Stargell at Left Field, Roberto Clemente at Center Field, and the newly added Bill Mazeroski in home run pose at the Right Field Entrance.
The Pirates have turned around their recent malaise, so enjoy PNC Park while tickets are cheap and easy to get. Ballpark E-Guides is here to help.
Pittsburgh Pirates Tickets: Nothing wrong with going to the box office on game day, but here is why I use SeatGeek for ticket searching.
PNC Park Seating: I don’t know if there are any bad seats at all in PNC Park, but the best part is that there aren’t expensive seats either! I do have a PNC Park Seating recommendation, though.
How To Get To PNC Park: Most people drive to the ballpark, although there are other ways to get there. If you do drive, there is a perfect place for parking at PNC Park.
PNC Park Food: Here is a general overview of the available choices of food at PNC Park.
More PNC Park Food: The Primanti Bros. sandwich is as popular as any food item, but I’m partial to the chili cheese fries at the Potato Patch, and I share my thoughts on both here.
PNC Park Extras: There’s a lot to see in this gorgeous ballpark, but I managed to pick three “don’t miss it”s at the home of the Pirates.
PNC Park Photos: Pictures don't really do PNC Park justice, but I took plenty anyway. Here's a few PNC Park pics.
Is PNC Park The Best? PNC proclaims itself to be "The Best Ballpark in America". See my thoughts on that assertion here.
The Baseball Geek at PNC Park: I've seen three games at PNC Park, and there was a little weirdness at each one. I've shared the stories here.
Coming To Visit Pittsburgh? Good for you…it’s a great city. Here is why I use Hotwire for hotels and where I stay when visiting a ballpark.
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