Pittsburgh Steelers Fans Visiting NE Ohio This Week Can Enjoy Discounted Admission

Pittsburgh Steelers Fans Visiting NE Ohio This Week Can Enjoy Discounted Admission

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame is offering Pittsburgh Steelers fans, traveling for the team’s road game in Cleveland on Thursday, $5 off admission to the Museum. Fans will also receive a coupon for 20% off in the Hall of Fame Store. The promotion runs Thursday, Nov. 14 through Saturday, Nov. 16.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is conveniently located under an hour’s drive from downtown Cleveland and two hours from Pittsburgh. Fans must wear Steelers gear to the Hall of Fame and ask for the discount at the Ticket Office. Team gear includes jerseys, t-shirts, hats and other visible apparel.

Guests visiting the Hall will enjoy seeing all 326 Bronzed Busts, including the new Class of 2019. They can also experience the Super Bowl Theater and view the Lombardi Trophy for Super Bowl LIV that is on display in the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery.


The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Collection contains countless artifacts from the Steelers’ storied history. Several of those priceless artifacts are currently on display in the museum including:

  • JEROME BETTIS’ World Championship Crunch Cereal
  • All-Madden Team jacket awarded to DERMONTTI DAWSON in 1997
  • Elevator panel from Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh. ART ROONEY boarded the elevator to the locker room with 22 seconds left in the 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff game as the Steelers were trailing the Oakland Raiders 7-6. By the time the elevator reached the locker rooms, the Steelers had won the game thanks to FRANCO HARRIS’ “Immaculate Reception.” Rooney missed the team’s most famous play.
  • Ford Hall of Fans Exhibit featuring Super Fan Rick Holman’s artifacts
  • Football thrown by Ben Roethlisberger when he became the first quarterback in league history to have two 500-yard passing games in a career
  • Larry Brown’s Locker room nameplate from Super Bowl XXX when he was named MVP
  • Super Bowl XLIII game used end zone pylon when the Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-23 in Tampa, Florida
  • Replica Super Bowl rings from Super Bowl’s IX, X, XIII, XIV, XL and XLIII



The Pittsburgh Steelers have 21 longtime members enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame:

  • JEROME BETTIS – Running Back – Class of 2015
  • MEL BLOUNT – Cornerback – Class of 1989
  • TERRY BRADSHAW – Quarterback – Class of 1989
  • JACK BUTLER – Cornerback – Class of 2012
  • DERMONTTI DAWSON – Center – Class of 2012
  • BILL DUDLEY – Halfback – Class of 1966
  • JOE GREENE – Defensive Tackle – Class of 1987
  • JACK HAM – Linebacker – Class of 1988
  • FRANCO HARRIS – Running Back – Class of 1990
  • JOHN HENRY JOHNSON – Fullback – Class of 1987
  • WALT KIESLING – Guard-Coach – Class of 1966
  • JACK LAMBERT – Linebacker – Class of 1990
  • BOBBY LAYNE – Quarterback – Class of 1967
  • CHUCK NOLL – Coach – Class of 1993
  • ART ROONEY – Founder-Owner – Class of 1964
  • DAN ROONEY – Administrator-Owner – Class of 2000
  • JOHN STALLWORTH – Wide Receiver – Class of 2002
  • ERNIE STAUTNER – Defensive Tackle – Class of 1969
  • LYNN SWANN – Wide Receiver – Class of 2001
  • MIKE WEBSTER – Center – Class of 1997
  • ROD WOODSON – Cornerback-Safety – Class of 2009

Additionally, the Steelers have six other Hall of Famers, BERT BELL (Class of 1963), LEN DAWSON (Class of 1987), KEVIN GREENE (Class of 2016), JOHN “BLOOD” McNALLY (Class of 1963), MARION MOTLEY (Class of 1968) and CAL HUBBARD (Class of 1963), who spent a minor portion of their professional football careers in Pittsburgh.


The Hall of Fame Store features numerous exclusive Pittsburgh Steelers items.

Exclusive merchandise includes:

  • Steelers Hall of Famers Name & Number T-shirts (pictured)
  • Steelers Legends T-shirt (pictured)
  • Steelers Hall of Fame hat (pictured)
  • Steelers Hall of Fame enshrinee banner
  • Hall of Fame Collectibles signed by Steelers Pro Football Hall of Famers
  • Steelers Hall of Fame glassware
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