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AT&T Stadium, Arlington
(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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  • Went to watch luke Bryan all the way from UK. Wow. What a stadium. Went back a few days later and did the tour. 
  • visited for a special event for my grandson. it's called red zone football. teams from several different states were represented. i'm handicapped, it was raining and the handicap parking was closed ( ...  more »
  • Recently, we visited AT&T Stadium to watch a Cowboys game and our total experience was fantastic. From the people helping with parking, directions, tour tickets, we were really impressed with their kn...  more »
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  • The company that I work for (Woodard Properties) recently visited Dallas for a conference whereby we arrived a day early for sight-seeing and settling in. We booked a tour at the AT&T Stadium as one of our team members is a die-hard Cowboys fan. We were blown away. Given the fact that the majority of the group were not huge football fans, it proved an educational, entertaining, and fun experience for all - and a huge highlight of the trip. Our tour guide, Sue, was SPECTACULAR. Not only did she possess an amazing wealth of knowledge as it pertained to the many aspects of the stadium, but her delivery was entertaining, fun, and quick-witted. If I could give her more stars I would; that goes for the rest of my team as well. Thank you, Sue. You helped make our first day in Dallas incredibly memorable. And, go Cowboys!
  • AMAZING STADIUM!!! Only reason it did not get 5 star was because of the staff. Idk if half of them could read, they were incredibly rude, absolutely not willing to help, and refused to move others out of the seats we had paid for. We attempted to go to some cheaper vacant seats, only to be told if our seats were taken, we needed to leave. Super disappointed. HOWEVER! The stadium itself was amazing, and still gets 4 stars regardless the poor staff.
  • Nice stadium with plenty of food outlets. I did find it odd that on a few of the levels you can not walk all the way around the stadium. Had to go all the way to the top floor to do so. Other than that it was great, traffic entering and leaving went quickly.
  • 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.
  • Nicest stadium I have been to. One exception, standing room only tickets are not good if you want to watch game. Great for getting inside to enjoy expensive beer and atmosphere but not good for seeing field. With the big screens, there aren't any terrible seats, even two rows from top.