Steelers Hall of Honor Museum


Located in Acrisure Stadium, the Steelers Hall of Honor Museum is dedicated to promoting, preserving and celebrating Steelers football. The Hall of Honor Museum is home to nearly 50 inductees and over 10,000 square feet of Steelers history. The museum provides opportunities for fans to learn more about the franchise, view rare artifacts preserved by the team, and relive the biggest moments and people in Steelers history. A portion of the proceeds go to the Art Rooney Scholarship Fund.

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Fans can visit the Steelers Hall of Honor Museum year-round, Thursday-Monday, from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The museum is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday, and dates and hours are subject to change without notice.

Parking & Entry

The Steelers Hall of Honor Museum is located above the Steelers Pro Shop at Acrisure Stadium and accessible via the Gate B suite entry.

Parking is available around Acrisure Stadium via SpotHero,; bus parking and metered street parking are available along Art Rooney Avenue and Reedsdale Street.


The tour fee is as follows: adults - $18, seniors (62+)/military - $15, children (ages 6-17) - $12, and children ages 5 & under can attend for free.

For groups of 20 or more please call 412-697-7150, and then press "5" to speak with Stadium Experiences.

Pro Shop Discount

At the conclusion of the museum tour, guests will receive a 10% discount at the Acrisure Stadium Steelers Pro Shop by presenting their museum hall pass.

The Pro Shop’s Acrisure Stadium location is located directly below the Hall of Honor Museum, beside the Gate B entrance.


A portion of the museum proceeds are donated to the Art Rooney Scholarship Fund, which was established in memory of the late founder of the Steelers. The scholarship annually provides a grant to a North Catholic High School student and funds the Pittsburgh Promise scholarships for two students graduating from Pittsburgh high schools.



Hall of Honor Wall

Perhaps the highlight of the tour is the Hall of Honor that houses the bronzed football of each of the Hall of Honor members, currently 49 on display. Visitors also have the opportunity to learn about each member through touch screen kiosks that include bios, photos, and videos on the inductees.

Rotating Exhibit

The museum features a new rotating exhibit highlighting NFL Hall of Famers and the only three players to have their jersey retired in franchise history: Franco Harris, Ernie Stautner and Joe Greene.

Other additions include personalized interactive feature for fans and new mannequin displays that display historic uniforms from key moments in franchise history.


Historic Archives

Collected from 90 years of Steelers football, fans can view each of the six championship rings, artifacts and game worn uniforms from some of the greatest plays in NFL history and more.

Interactive Exhibits

The walk through each decade of the franchise is accompanied by interactive videos, music, and calls to learn more about each moment and player. The Broadcast Booth is sure to be a favorite as fans make their stamp on a historic Steelers play call.