PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Friday that the club is partnering with Allegheny Health Network for several new family experience upgrades at PNC Park.
Upgrades include a new Sensory Room as well as the Mamava Nursing Pod Station to make it more comfortable for families and mothers.
The new Sensory Room, which was designed in collaboration with AHN and Kulture City, is a quiet and safe space to help fans relieve sensory overload. The room will be open to all fans with sensory sensitivities located on the PNC Park Suite level, closest to and accessible from the Left Field Rotunda. according to a news release.
The Mamava Nursing Pod Station, located on the Main Concourse behind Section 131, is one of two nursing spaces available to guests in the ballpark. Guests can download the Mamava App on iOS or Android to find and unlock the nursing pod. The other nursing mothers’ station is located at Guest Relations at the base of the PNC Park Home Plate Rotunda.
“We strive to maintain PNC Park as an ultimate entertainment destination for ALL baseball fans and with that in mind we will continue to work to ensure our fans are comfortable and we create the necessary spaces to ensure that goal,” said Pirates President Travis Williams. “We recognize the family dynamic is ever changing and the growing needs of individual families are incredibly important to us.”