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Hotels in Pittsburgh near Heinz Field

Heinz Field Introduction

On the banks of the Ohio River, the Heinz Field football stadium offers stunning top tier views of downtown Pittsburgh and the city skyline. Home to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the horseshoe-shaped stadium seats up to 68,400 fans. Since its opening in 2001 it has also hosted University of Pittsburgh home football games, as well as major concerts and events. Known locally as The Mustard Palace because of its yellow seats, the stadium is located in the North Shore neighborhood, close to world-class museums, galleries and family-friendly attractions. The buzzing urban center of downtown Pittsburgh is about a nine-minute stroll away.

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Within walking distance of Heinz Field and a mile from downtown Pittsburgh, you’ll find the Hyatt Place Pittsburgh – North Shore, a modern business and leisure hotel in the North Shore neighborhood. A half-mile from Heinz Field, the Residence Inn Pittsburgh North Shore, a Marriott hotel across from PNC Park offers studios and suites for both short breaks and extended stays. For a cozy vibe, head to the Inn on the Mexican War Streets, a B&B housed in an elegant stone mansion 0.5 miles from Heinz Field, and close to sightseeing around Allegheny Commons Park West.

Where to stay near Heinz Field

Along the Allegheny River and overlooking downtown Pittsburgh, the North Shore neighborhood is home to Heinz Field, PNC Park baseball stadium, and the world-class Andy Warhol Museum. Nearby Allegheny Commons West offers plenty of outdoor and family-friendly activities, including the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh and the National Aviary. Across the water, Downtown is a buzzing urban center with a backdrop of hills, rivers, and Frank Lloyd Wright architecture. It boasts a 14-block Cultural District, a historic district, upscale eateries, and elegant plazas. The South Side is both historical and funky with Victorian buildings, vibrant nightlife, restaurants, and art studios.

Things to see near Heinz Field

A three-minute walk from Heinz Field stadium, baseball fans can head to the PNC Park, a classic ballpark and home to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Less than a mile away you’ll find the quirky Andy Warhol Museum, part of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, which hosts an extensive permanent collection of the Pittsburgh artist's work and archives. Contemporary art lovers will find plenty to see at The Mattress Factory, a mile away in the Mexican War Streets neighborhood. Across the river, about a 9-minute walk away in downtown Pittsburgh, the 14-block Cultural District offers upscale restaurants, entertainment and shopping.Heinz Field stadium is in a prime location across the river from downtown Pittsburgh, and there are multiple transportation options to and from the venue. You can ride the T, the light rail system, which is free within downtown and the North Shore. The Allegheny T Station is just a few minutes’ walk from Heinz Field. There’s also a convenient bus route that serves downtown Pittsburgh and allows riders to transfer for free to the T going to North Shore. Alternatively, take the riverboat from Station Square, about 2 miles from Heinz Field.

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