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Ford Field, Detroit
(4.3/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Home of the Detroit Lions, Ford Field offers tours of the stadium for a behind-the-scenes look. Opened in 2002, the multipurpose stadium hosted Superbowl XL, the 2009 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four, as well as many concerts and other large-scale events. The tour takes you to a Ford Field suite and an NFL locker room, and leads you down the tunnel to the field for a chance to stand directly on the turf and view the stadium from a player's perspective. Plan to see Ford Field and other attractions that appeal to you using our Detroit trip itinerary planner.
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  • I went to the first game at home for the season, despite the fact that lost was an entertaining experience. spacious, enough tickets. Only exaggerated the issue of tickets, which not is could take nothing bulkier than a clutch, or even a small portfolio. Spotless, all for eating (though expensive) bathrooms
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  • We got our tickets the night before and got great premium seats for the Eagles vs Lions NFL football game. We had great seats with a great view of the field and watched a close game with the Lions win...  more »
  • My family an I choose an away game each year to watch our hometown favorite NFL team the Redskins so this year we traveled 10 hours to Detroit. The Ford Field was very nice! The fans were very welcomi...  more »
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  • We came to Ford field to see the Colts and the Lions play. When we arrived at the field, we really didn't know where we were supposed to park and noticed everyone pulling into the garage across the street. What we did not expect was the flat fee of $50 to park there. I thought it was ridiculous but we had nowhere else to park and had very little knowledge of the surrounding area. The stadium was great, the staff was very helpful, and there were plenty of options for food. I have had better handicap seating in other stadiums but this seating wasn't horrible. The stadium was very Accessible and the staff to make sure I found my seat quickly. And although a little pricey, the food was not that bad. The prices were reasonable for the game. If we return again, I will do my research and we will hopefully find another place to park.
  • Love Ford Field. Great stadium and great fans. Great food and drink choices, but very pricey. For being one of the poorest sports cities out there, not sure why our prices reflect some of the highest in the league. Gooooo Lions.
  • My first time visit to Ford Field was great! Beautiful stadium. Sound system will rattle your insides. Sometimes so loud it prevents you from talking to the person next to you. Some people chose to wear ear plugs. Great day and a must visit.
  • Experienced an awesome concert there recently. The view from any part of the seating is good. Lots of vendors everywhere! Lots of parking around the stadium as well.
  • Its what you would expect. For a stadium built in the 2000's its very bare, along with its surroundings. The concourse offers pretty good choices and the atmosphere itself is pretty good.