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Husky Stadium, Seattle

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TripAdvisor
  • What more can be said about this place? Along Montlake, this is one of the most beautiful settings you can watch a football game in. I've been in a few loud games (Stanford in 2016 comes to mind) and ...  more »
  • There is not a better venue in ALL of college football. The Olympics, Lake Union and Puget Sound to the west. The Cascades, Lake Washington and Mt Rainier (if you're sitting in the North grandstands) ...  more »
  • First college game! Tailgating looks exactly as it does in the movies! Lots of college kids and alcohol! Parking was easy but we did have to pay. Not a problem though. Be sure to go early before the g...  more »
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  • Most gorogeous views of any stadium around the world. However, food is way too expensive and not very good. Drinks are expensive but not abnormal, and the football team is so-so. Student section is fun in the first half, but everyone leaves afterwards. Tail-gates are super friendly, fun, and moderately inviting.
  • Fantastic stadium to watch the Huskies at! I love the view of Lake Washington behind it.
  • Light rail station is incredible. Less than 2 min travel time to Capitol hill.
  • I remember going to a game there with my uncle Duncan Chalmers probably in 1952 who was in a pre-med program at the U of W then. He was killed shortly thereafter while training in an F-86 in Texas while preparing to go to Korea to fight. Still remember the corkscrew ramps going up to the upper seating. Also all the bulky players whose names always seemed to end in "ski". A very fond memory.
  • I've been a Dawg fan my whole life so anytime that I can get onto the UW campus it feels like I'm at home.