1. Mario Lemieux Statue

Stop by the Mario Lemieux statue and snap a picture with “Le Magnifique.” The statue was sculpted by Bruce Wolfe and showcases Lemieux’s third-period goal against the Islanders on December 20, 1988.

2. Mario Mosaic

If the Lemieux statue isn’t enough of “Le Magnifique” for you then make sure to see the Mario Mosaic. The mosaic is made out of over 21,000 pictures of Penguins fans, so try and find your picture.

3. Trib Total Media All-Time Team Zone

Check out the Penguins all-time team display to learn more about the team’s history and all-time greats. You can learn a lot about Lemieux, Jagr, Francis, and many more at this exhibit, so make sure to stop by.

4. Wall of Champions

The Wall of Champions honors high school hockey teams competing throughout Western Pennsylvania. Look for your school’s jersey when attending a Pens game.

5. Highmark Kid’s Zone

Those of you attending the game with kids will want to stop by the Highmark Kid’s Zone. The Kid’s Zone contains all kinds of activities and games making it the perfect place for kids to hang out before the game.

6. Championship Banners

Hanging from the rafters are championship banners honoring all the Penguins division winning and Stanley Cup winning teams. Take a peek at these banners to remember all of your favorite Penguins moments.

7. Jeff Jimerson

Join Jeff Jimerson in the singing of the national anthem when attending a Pens game. Jimerson has been the Penguins anthem singer for over two decades and is a key part of any Pens game.

8. Penguins Foundation Auctions

If you’re looking to pick up some autographed memorabilia then there is no better place to do so then the Penguins Foundation Auctions. Auctions can be found on both the upper and lower level and even if you aren’t looking to buy they’re still worth checking out.

9. PensGear

The Pens Gear team shop is a great place to get a souvenir of your trip a Pens game. The store contains a wide variety of Penguins gear including jerseys, hats, shirts, and much more.

10. Primanti Brothers

No trip to Pittsburgh is complete without having a Primanti Brothers sandwich. At PPT Paints Arena you can get them inside the arena, so you don’t have any excuse not to have one.

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