As part of the annual Hall of Honor weekend, the Steelers Hall of Honor Museum is set to open to the public on November 11.
The Hall of Honor Museum follows a chronological flow of Steelers history focusing on the key moments and people that made the history happen. There are life-sized player mannequins, one-of-a-kind artifacts, exclusive game-worn uniform pieces, replicated offices of founder Art Rooney, Sr., and Daniel M. Rooney, the Steelers six Super Bowl rings, and touch-screen informational kiosks that include bios, photos and videos on the Hall of Honor inductees and the storied Steelers history.
The fan-friendly interactions include photo opportunities, a radio booth replica where visitors can record their call of the most historical Steelers plays, and a place for fans to see where they match up against the team’s current and former players. The exhibit also includes the Hall of Honor, a showcase of the steel footballs given to the inductees. There is also a changing gallery to allow for new stories to be told.
The Steelers Hall of Honor Museum is located above the team’s Pro Shop at Acrisure Stadium and accessible via Gate B suite entry.