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The Pit may refer to:
- Abyss (religion), the bottomless pit, which may lead to the underworld or hell
- A common nickname for the underground war room in the fortified compound of the Israeli Defense Ministry
- The Pit (arena), the main indoor arena at the University of New Mexico
- Elder 'The Pit' Stadium, the football stadium at Elder High School in Cincinnati, Ohio
- The Pit, a 200-seat studio theatre at the Barbican Arts Centre in the City of London
- A popular study spot in the lower level of the library at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law
- McArthur Court, an arena at University of Oregon
- A popular gathering place for students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- A mosh pit
- The Peoples Improv Theater, a New York City theatre specializing in improvisational and sketch comedy
- The Pit (memorial), "Яма" the holocaust memorial in Minsk, Belarus
- The Pit (Penswick novel), a Doctor Who tie-in novel
- The Pit (G.I. Joe), the secret headquarters of the fictional G.I. Joe in Marvel comics
- The Pit (Norris novel), a 1903 book by Frank Norris
- Yama: The Pit, a 1905–1915 novel by Aleksandr Kuprin
- The Pit (film), a 1981 horror film
- The Pit: A Group Encounter Defiled, a 1972 book about mind dynamics, leadership dynamics, and holiday magic
- The Pit (Judge Dredd story)
- Quatermass and the Pit, a 1958–1959 BBC TV science-fiction serial
- The Pit (arcade game), a 1981 arcade game
- The Pit (BBS door), a game
- The Pitt, an expansion pack to the 2008 game Fallout 3
- The Pit, a dangerous fighting arena featured and made famous in the Mortal Kombat video games
- Pit-Fighter, a 1990 fighting arcade game.
- Sword of the Stars: The Pit, a 2013 space rogue computer game by Kerberos Productions
- A forum on Ultimate Guitar Archive entitled "The Pit"
- The Pit (mixed martial arts) training camp
- "The Pit" (song), a 2012 single by Silversun Pickups from Neck of the Woods
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