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Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

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Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Heinz Field opened in 2001 and offers views of football, the city's many bridges, the downtown district, and the riverfront. Taking its name from the locally based H.J. Heinz Company, the field features a giant scoreboard flanked with 11 m (35 ft) of neon Heinz ketchup bottles, which virtually pour onto the screen. The stadium itself is made with over 10.9 million kg (12,000 tons) of steel, as a nod to the city's steel production heritage. When you enter through Gate B, you'll find The Great Hall, which celebrates the city's rich history of football, including memorabilia and historical artifacts. Make sure you check out the great selection of award-winning food vendors. Heinz Field is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Pittsburgh Edition.
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  • It is a fantastic Stadium , home to the Pittsburgh Steelers but only hosts a handful of games in a given season. Gets more use as a concert & other events stadium ! Will try to get to a game one day /  more »
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  • A premiere sports venue located in the #1 sports town in the country! Check this stadium out if you get some time. Heinz Field is a very well organized stadium. The staff are like no other. If you are visiting, try to book a stadium tour to see all the behinds the scene action. I would check this out if you can. A typical walking tour can take 1 hour and 30 minutes. Watch the weather, as you will be in and out of the elements on the tour. Check it out! Right up the street is the location of the famous "Immacualte Reception" which is noted by markers on/near the sidewalk heading towards Heinz Field. The remnants of Three Rivers Stadium is visible from Heinz Field. Loom for the cement pillar marked "D" This is actually the gate marker from Three Rivers Stadium.
  • World class stadium. Love the history. Staff was amazing -friendly, helpful, knowledgeable, and accommodating. Food and drink options unlimited and delicious. Was very surprised with the ease of getting in/out of the complex. Public transportation from downtown free on game days!!!

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