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Museum was very interesting on every floor but we especially enjoyed the sports floor!! Being a steelers fan since I was a kid I loved sharing the history with my son. And reliving moments in pirates & penquins history was fantastic. Super spot not to...More
Lots of great memorabilia in the smaller museum within the Heinz Collection. Golf section contains several Arnold Palmer items, and a mini golf hole featuring Oakmont's Church Pews. Covers just about everything you can think of from football, hockey, to rowing.
Pittsburgh is the City of Champions with 6 Super Bowls, 5 World Series, 3 Stanley Cups, Olympic Metals as well as Bocce ,Racing , Boating , and even Marbles Championships.
The museum is open 10-5 361 days a year.
Great place to visit for all...More
I have mixed feelings about the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. On the one hand, it is quite interesting, presenting people and sports both well known and not so well known. Sure, it has exhibits on the champion Penguins, Pirates and Steelers, but it also has...More
Located inside the equally excellent Heinz History Center, this wonderful museum pays homage to the best of Western PA sports. Covers football and baseball very well, not much for hockey and other local sports but definitely worth seeing for any sports fan.
This was a great place to spend time. Lots of displays covering most sports and sports heroes in the region. It's attached to the John Heinz History Centre so hand in hand it's a great place to spend a few hours.
This Museum is a must for any sports fan. It has lots of items from Western Pennsylvania Football and baseball. I was very disappointed in the hockey selection there was nothing. Football and basball were each an entire section of the museum but the hockey...More