Get in the game at the Sports Museum
When it comes to sports pride and sports history, no other region in the world compares. The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum tells the stories of Pittsburghers who became champions and champions who became Pittsburghers.
Relive the iconic moments that made them great through hundreds of artifacts and more than 70 interactives in the two-floor museum located inside the History Center. From boxing to baseball, from the sandlots to the professional leagues, your entire family will find something to cheer about.
Hours & Location
The History Center and Sports Museum are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. The Sports Museum is located within the Heinz History Center at 1212 Smallman Street in the heart of Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District.
All kids aged 17 and under receive FREE admission to the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum and Heinz History Center now through Jan. 8, 2023 when accompanied by a paying adult, thanks to support from community partner UPMC and Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. This offer applies to general admission only (limit four kids per adult) and does not include group tours.
|Adults (ages 18-61)||$18|
|Senior citizens (ages 62+)||$15|
|Children ages 6-17, Students with a valid school ID||FREE|
|Retired & active duty military||$2 off admission|
|Access card holders||$1 (can be used for up to four admissions)|
|History Center Members||FREE|
|Children under age 5||FREE|
The History Center Museum Shop is your one-stop shop for all things Pittsburgh. From vintage sports tees and pennants to car magnets and books, the shop is stocked with gear that celebrates Pittsburgh teams and sports history. The Museum Shop is open seven days a week during regular museum hours, and always open online.