G Man, Cincinnati, OH -- May 22, 2007 15:36 PM
3 visit(s). My rating: 9
The best of the new parks, the view is awesome, the park feels small which you dont get in the majors. Awesome place!


Derek B, Minneapolis, MN -- Jan 25, 2008 14:05 PM
5 visit(s). My rating: 9
God we love this place! It is literally the perfect ballpark, beautiful both inside and out. We have been there two different times, in 2004 and 2006, and of the 18 MLB ballparks we have visited, both agree that it is clearly our favorite. Even if you are not a baseball fan, just buy a cheap seat in the upper deck (by far the closest to the field of any park) and just sit and gaze at the beautiful scenery below. Ticket prices are reasonable, ushers are friendly (take that Cleveland)I just hope some year the Bucs will become a contender like they once were and more attention will come to this largely unseen ballpark and underrated city of Pittsburgh.


David Steinle, Russell, KS -- Mar 14, 2008 20:33 PM
2 visit(s). My rating: 9
Simply incredible views of downtown Pittsburgh make this stadium a must-see. Having hotels within walking distance make access very easy. Try the Outback Steakhouse in left field--enjoy a great steak and a ball game! It's a shame the Pirates had to endure 30 years in the Three Rivers dump, because this stadium does a great service to the memory of Forbes Field.


Stefanos K, Boston, MA -- Apr 12, 2009 10:06 AM
1 visit(s). My rating: 8
PNC Park is of the better parks in the MLB I went there once in 2003 I sat in the upper deck behind home plate and those are great seats.It isthere was good varity of food and the park had a nice cozy feeling.


Zach LaFleur, Fowlerville, MI -- Oct 02, 2014 17:35 PM
1 visit(s). My rating: 8
This park is a triple decker (if you count the mezzanine, that is), also, the press and broadcast boxes are just below the roof, quite like Nationals Park, and Wrigley Field)! Also, old Milwaukee County Stadium had three decks, as well as our Comerica Park in Detroit has)! Comerica actually should be a 3.2, based on the lower upper deck down the right field line, as well as having two (or one down aforesaid line), qualifying it as a quintuple decker! Now, all that they need is a live organist (as we also do need in Detroit), once again!


Scott Garvin, Geneseo, IL -- May 13, 2017 01:11 AM
2 visit(s). My rating: 9
I made a trip to Pittsburgh in 2015 with my father, after seeing some great reviews here and on other sites. It was a great weekend in a great ballpark! We sat in the lower deck on the 1st base side, and I felt closer to the action than at my local Class A park. We even met a "dedicated fan" who shared some cookies and a good talk about Pittsburgh before the game. The fans were into the game, and it was one of the best experiences I've had. I'll be going back!