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AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
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4.5/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web
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. Using our world travel planner, Arlington attractions like AT&T Stadium can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Hardcore football family, but hardcore Dallas haters. Was still very interesting history, architecture and tour. Our guide, Ms. Erika, was a wealth of information and left no question unanswered. Was ...  read more »
  • First the tailgating summary: Tailgating is only allowed in certain lots and only in about 10% of the lots that do allow tailgating. The portable toilets are few and far between. Also, the one that I ...  read more »
  • We are a Denver Broncos family but we did make it a point to go see the stadium. It's actually very expressive... it's worth to go poke around and check it out. The your prices both guided and self gu...  read more »
  • I took the self guided tour. It was $17.50 for one adult without any discounts. The field is amazing and the feel inside is incredible. Sometimes you go to a place that is popular and it feels smaller than when you see it on TV, like a movie set or tv set. This place looks great on TV but the feeling is even greater inside. It truly is a work of art and engineering. The locker rooms were cool and the experience was great. I only ran a 4.9 sec forty dash. Buy a football from the pro shop before you go onto the field and play catch for as long as you want on field. It wasn't too crowded and the AC was cool and the humidity was prefect. Would recommend for most people, there are a few flights of stairs you will need to walk up and down to enter/exit. Kids love it, adults are star-struck, the money was well spent.
  • This stadium is a monument to capitalism. Every football fan should go at least once, regardless of how they feel about the Cowboys. From the moment you first see this stadium glistening in the distance, you can't take your eyes off it. Inside, it's a wonderland of light and sound. The scoreboards run almost the entire length of the field and aren't as distracting as they might seem. The food is good, both in terms of quality and value. There, this Eagles fan has said enough positive things about the Cowboys.
  • Best stadium ever built so far. If you get a chance to sit in the C109-113 sections I recommend it! Amazing seats, view and perks!!! Interior was awesome. Experience was amazing. Very impressed with it all.
  • Saw Guns N' Roses here at AT&T Stadium and it was freaking great. The venue is actually set up pretty good for large concerts and the vendor prices weren't too bad. The staff at the stadium was polite and professional. Thank you, Jerry.
  • I drove down to texas from minnesota to see a Coldplay concert at the AT&T stadium. I would first like to clarify that the Coldplay concert was incredible, however the stadium staff, and stadium rules at points made it hard to enjoy the show, and were often distracting. For example, I was not able to bring in my granola bars, my sinch sack, my water bottle or my go pro, for what reason I have no idea. There was a point during the show where my friend and I moved from our seats to get a better view. Midsong, a stadium security member proceeded to loudly tell us to move back to our seats, and began shoving us out of the way. This created a disruption among the crowd nearby as they were trying to experience the concert but were rudely interrupted by an over aggressive security guard. The concert was great, but the stadium staff seemed to have little respect for its guests, as was seen not only with the security guards, but with the staff operating the gates and entrances as well. Often rude and impatient, the staff herded us through like sheep, and forced us to toss away our snacks, water, and also made us ditch our "slightly oversized" sinch sack. This may have been just a one off scenario, but either way my friends and I were not at all pleased with the way the stadium handled it's crowds. Coldplay however was out of this world, make sure to see them when you have the chance, just maybe somewhere other than the AT&T stadium.