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Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

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Fun & Games
Gillette Stadium serves as home to both the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution. You can reserve a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium to see life on the sidelines for the two teams. With a capacity to seat more than 68,700 spectators, the stadium hosts football, soccer, and lacrosse games, as well as concerts and special events. This is one stadium where you shouldn't need to think twice about ordering up some food from one of more than 500 concession vendors, because here food safety has been evaluated as the best of all NFL venues. The largest outdoor HDTV screen in the NFL provides game stats. To visit Gillette Stadium and get the most from your holiday in Foxboro, create itinerary details personal to you using our Foxboro travel itinerary maker.
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  • Went to watch NCAA Lacrosse Championships. Stadium was awesome. Plenty of food choices and facilities. Would love to return for another event.  more »
  • Enjoyed the NCAA LAX tournament for the weekend and it was a great experience and facility. well kept and roomy. plenty of food and beverage access. and, bathrooms.  more »
  • Patriots of course were not there but I knew this would be my only chance to see the stadium and Patriot Place! I hated to leave, it is beautiful!!!!!  more »
  • Visited multiple years during MassCUE/M.A.S.S. Technology Conference and given access to luxury suites and so much more. The grounds offer a huge array of shopping, dining and entertainment AND hotel!. It is a great sporting environment with tons of other stuff to do.
  • By far the best place to watch a NFL game. The stadium was built from the ground up to give the best views possible from as many seats as possible. Great place also to see a big stadium concert. Just wish it was closer to Boston, wish there were more public transportation options, and wish getting out wasn't so tough. Don't overlook the New England Revolution who play here, best bang for your sports buck.
  • Tom Brady. When he retires and Bill leave it will be back to Tony Eason era. I was fortunate to buy club seats the year Brady one his first Superbowl. This is my last year and I'm afraid Tom and Bill won't be far behind. The stadium is awesome. Bob Kraft and Jonathan are wise businessmen. Between Patriot Place and the shopping center you can't help but enjoy yourself, unless you choose not to.
  • I love this place! What else is there to say? The food is good for a park, beers are always good. The football is the best, so what is there to complain about?
  • They did a nice job for our Company "holiday party". Plenty of room, excellent food, and we had the Patriots mascot there for a good portion of the time. We also had a tour of the stadium that was very interesting. I would have liked to be able to go on the field (we were only allowed to go next to it) and to see the Pats locker room (we only got to see the visitors') but it was during the season so I understand. It was a very good time.