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AT&T Stadium, Arlington

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Home to the NFL's Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium represents one of the largest domed structures in the world, capable of accommodating up to 105,000 people. Opened in 2009, this stadium today hosts entertainment and sports events including basketball, concerts, and boxing. Learn more about the building and its interior through one of the guided tours, which focus on themes such as the stadium's artwork, construction, and sports facilities. Take home a souvenir from the Pro Shop, home of Cowboys apparel and merchandise. Add AT&T Stadium to your Arlington travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Arlington attractions planning tool .
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  • I have wanted to visit the Cowboy Stadium for a long time. No…sorry, I am not a Cowboy’s fan, but what an iconic program. I wasn’t disappointed when I was able to jump in on an afternoon VIP Tour. I r...  more »
  • We just took the VIP tour tonight. So glad we paid the extra and didn't just do the self guided. You get to see several more areas of the stadium including a view from one of the top level suites and ...  more »
  • We had a great time on the tour ,staff was super nice. This place is a must see for anyone, my wife even enjoyed it. Never thought I would ever have the chance to kick a field goal on the Dallas Cowbo...  more »
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  • A huge, modern and impeccably maintained venue in the heart of DFW. Everything is bigger and better in Texas, and this massive stadium is everything you would expect from a place that houses America's football team, the Dallas Cowboys. From the bars, restaurants, to concessions, and endless restrooms, everything is immaculately clean and well-kept. Staff is always friendly, the food is good and the beers and cocktails are always cold. Prices are very steep, and everything here is very chic and stylish, so don't be cheap and plan ahead for a good time. Football season, prices for seats can be extremely pricey, a lot of people opt for the Party Pass (standing only), which gets you into the stadium and able to view the game from the screens for about $50 or so. Parking is expensive too, but not much alternative since there is no public transportation in Arlington. Which is ridiculous for a city this size and with this many theme parks and sports venues. Special events and corporate bookings and parties can be a nice distraction during the off-season, and concerts here book huge bands and acts which sell-out very quickly for ever increasing ticket prices. All in all, this is where its at during football season, and especially to see world class musicians and bands in a massive venue with exemplary service and conveniences. Highly recommended.
  • Loved the stadium! It's massive in the outside as well as the inside. I attended a three day event and did not get to explore the entire building. There are concession stands and coffee stands in the building. On site valet parking and multiple entrances for all the guests. I got lost a couple of time because of the magnitude of the building so take a map or a buddy with a good sense of direction.
  • This place is designed for football and not a live concert. The sound was awful. No bass. All you could hear was guitars and vocals. Pretty disappointing. I have seen the band many times and they are a well oiled machine. They always have a great performance and sound but this stadium sucks. Honestly don't waste money seeing a band here. Wait until the next show is elsewhere in DFW. In addition if the Rangers are playing a game the same day be prepared for a traffic nightmare. I would still see a football game here but I'd never go for Music again.
  • Amazing design... Magnificently build. The only problem with the stadium is that it is not meant for concert and music shows. The acoustic kind of sucks when it comes to that. The concession counter and the bar also has a lot of options for drinks and bites. Recommend going to this place if you want ti watch a football game, and the authorities at AT&T Stadium should stop organizing music concerts.
  • First time there. Was very impressed with the facility. Had good food though a little pricey. I feel it's bad business to have to pay so much to park. We already purchased tickets to attend so parking should be include.

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In Arlington, you'll find the largest selection of accommodations among the national chain hotels surrounding the city's Six Flags amusement parks. A few additional hotels surround the Dallas Cowboys' stadium. Options remain limited downtown, but this isn’t surprising since Six Flags draws much of Arlington's tourism.
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