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Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati
(3.8/5 based on 260 reviews on the web)
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  • A trip to Paul Brown Stadium is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Take the family for an early fall game and the weather shouldn't be a problem. 
  • Took my son to his first nfl game in September. The staff and the fans were very friendly even though we were cheering for the opposition. I highly recommend this for any true nfl fan with young kids. 
  • I loved going to at least 2 football games each year. The stadium is so cool to visit. Food served there is outstanding. Every seat is has amazing views. The graphics on the replay screens are so vivi...  more »
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  • We stayed at a hotel that was within walking distance of the stadium which worked out great. As we were going into the stadium, we noticed some great areas for people to tailgate. Everybody was having fun and enjoying rooting for their team. I am in a wheelchair and I thought the wheelchair seating excellent. We had a great view of the entire field. We were lucky and it was a very nice day out so we are able to stay warm. I don't think I would want to be in an outside stadium when it was freezing cold which is why we went earlier in the season. The food prices were high but that is how it is at every stadium or sporting event. After the game was over, we were easily directed out of the stadium and found our way back to the hotel. If our team ever plays against the Bengals again, we will return to the stadium.
  • Speaking as a former security employee, the place is an absolute circus. Getting into the stadium is a rushed process with inconsistencies. Women are not allowed to bring in anyhing bigger than a clutch unless it is a clear bag (which few people actually sell other than the NFL) while you are fully permitted to bring in a subway footlong sandwich in a bag. Once inside, certain sections can only be accessed through special doors and some staircases only go partially down in some areas. If you didn't know exactly where to go, you could be walking around for a significant amount of time before getting to your seat. On top of all of this, everything sold is expectedly overpriced. A beer is around $9.00. I'm surprised that the penny pinching Mike Brown doesn't charge the people to use the restroom. I have always been and still am a huge Bengals fan, but I am eagerly waiting for the day when the team is under an owner who possesses the intelligence to correctly design a stadium with the game in mind and not his inflated bank account.
  • I would like to thank all the staff and personnel, who work so hard at the venue, for providing my wife and I to an enjoyable night at a wonderful stadium in the terrific city of Cincinnati! Everyone was helpful and pleasant to talk to. Looking forward to our next football experience. GO BENGALS!
  • Great seats! A bit too hot but my Broncos won so all is well! Lol. Fantastic day!
  • What an awesome place to watch a game! My third NFL stadium, and I have to say it was tied with my home stadium for experience! Full disclosure that I did not know anything about the stadium beforehand, but I recognized certain things that were suspiciously similar to my home field Mile High in Denver. Come to find out that they were designed by the same company and architect! Anyhow, fans were great, tailgating was fun, and best of all it was a great battle to watch!