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Hotels in Pittsburgh near PNC Park

PNC Park Introduction

Set on the north shore of the Allegheny River, PNC Park is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball team, and offers panoramic views of downtown Pittsburgh from its seats. With a capacity of 38,362 people, the Park has been hosting major baseball and college games since its opening in 2001, as well as world-class performers, rock bands, and national events. It’s in a prime location if you want to visit downtown, which is only a 13-minute walk away across Roberto Clemente Bridge. The area around the Park also offers plenty of places to eat and drink.

Hotels near PNC Park

There’s a wide range of accommodations available near PNC Park, but the closest ones lean towards the higher priced. Some of the nearby mid-to-upper price range hotels offer indoor pools and fitness rooms, as well as restaurants and bars. Budget options are also available, including simple motels and inns. If you want to avoid higher hotel prices and crowds, along with the heat and humidity, try not to visit during the summer. The spring and fall are more pleasant, and hotel costs will be lower. The winter brings the best bargains but you’ll have to deal with the cold.

Where to stay near PNC Park

PNC Park is in Pittsburgh’s North Shore, a cultural area that’s home to the Andy Warhol Museum, as well as eateries and bars. Families can stroll or bike along the riverside at Three Rivers Heritage Trail. If you want to do some shopping, the outdoor markets and food carts in the Strip District may be a good choice. This bustling warehouse area also offers plenty of bars and restaurants. One of the city’s most popular districts is South Side. At its heart is Carson Street, where you’ll find boutiques and shops mixed in with martini lounges and nightclubs.

Things to see near PNC Park

See the exotic flowers and Victorian greenhouses at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, a popular attraction that’s on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s 4.7 miles from PNC Park. Ride one of two funiculars to take in skyline views of Pittsburgh from Mount Washington, just 4.3 miles away. As one of the top museums of its kind in the country, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 4.5 miles from the park, is home to the world’s biggest exhibit of Jurassic dinosaurs. You can also take in a Pittsburgh Steelers National Football League team game at Heinz Field, a 9-minute walk from PNC Park.

How to get to PNC Park

PNC Park is easily accessible from central areas of Pittsburgh, being only a 3-minute walk from North Side station. Here you can hop on the light rail service, nicknamed the T, for quick trips around the city. There’s also an extensive network of buses that connects major tourist attractions, including Mount Washington. The National Aviary, the largest in the country, is about 13 minutes from PNC Park. Amtrak has a terminal at Union Station, 1.2 miles away. Pittsburgh International Airport is 19.4 miles northwest of the park.

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