PNC Park is the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates major league baseball team. Because of its intimate design, the highest seat is just 88 feet from the field, giving every fan in the park an ideal sight line.
Among the features of the beautiful facility are 69 suites with their own concourse level, club seating at both the field and mezzanine levels with their own respective lounges, an outfield barbecue run by former Pirate Manny Sanguillen, an outdoor river terrace and river walk.
PNC Park also features Outback in the Outfield, a steakhouse restaurant with a party deck that overlooks both the playing field and the city.
The ballpark houses retail areas along the Federal Street and General Robinson Street corridor, including Vincent's Pizza, Atria's Restaurant, Seattle's Best Coffee, Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, a sports art gallery, PNC Bank, and the Pirates administrative and ticket offices.
Pre-game festivities are held on Federal Street, with Children's events on Sundays. Fireworks nights are held often during the summer along with concerts and other events.
Varies per event.
Parking is available in the parking lots between PNC Park and Heinz Field, along with several North Shore garages. Street parking is available on non-game days on Federal and General Robinson streets.