Football fans can learn more about their beloved Dallas Cowboys by touring the AT&T Stadium where their team plays.
Are you a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan looking for the ultimate stadium experience? Read on for a comparison of three stadium tours that will take you behind the scenes of one of the most iconic franchises in NFL history. These tours offer an up-close and personal glimpse into the heart and soul of the Dallas Cowboys. You’ll walk in the footsteps of football legends and immerse yourself in the world of Cowboys football. We’ll compare the highlights and features of experiences offered by three tours.
Cowboys AT&T Stadium Tour with Transportation
Journey through the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, where football dreams come to life. Your knowledgeable guide leads you through the expansive stadium, unveiling its hidden wonders. You’ll get peeks into the radio box and press boxes to witness the creation of sports commentary and gain fascinating insights into the sport and the stadium’s construction. You’ll then explore private suites, Cotton Bowl offices, Dr Pepper Star Bar and the iconic Ford Motor Company Fountain. From there, you’ll move to the actual field, getting to throw a ball just like the pros. Follow in the footsteps of football legends as you venture into the locker room, the post-game interview room and the Dallas Cowboys’ cheerleaders’ locker room. At 3.5 hours, this is the shortest tour available and transportation from downtown is included. It will pick you up at the JFK memorial. Tours are available daily. Tickets from $103.
VIP Guided Cowboys Stadium Tour and City Sightseeing
This daylong tour combines a city and stadium tour, all led by a an expert guide. You’ll visit some of Dallas’ most iconic landmarks starting in the Founders Plaza. Immerse yourself in the past at the Old Red Museum and the John Neely Bryan Cabin before paying tribute to the legacy of John F. Kennedy at the JFK Memorial. Venture through Pioneer Plaza, Dallas City Hall, Thanks-Giving Square and the Wilson Block neighborhood. Take photos of striking sculptures in the Dallas Art District and stroll through Klyde Warren Park while making your way to Dallas’ restaurant district. You’ll then return to Dealey Plaza and head to the AT&T Stadium. Step behind the scenes as your AT&T Stadium guide opens access to private suites, print and radio media press boxes, Cotton Bowl offices and the Dr Pepper Star Bar. Experience the interactive Ford Motor Company Fountain before descending to the main level of the stadium, walking on the field and tossing around a football. The tour then travels into the locker rooms of both the football players and the cheerleaders. This seven-hour tour is offered daily. From $150.
Dallas and Cowboys Stadium Combo Tour
Very similar to the previous tour, this six-and-a-half hour tour hits slightly different Dallas locations before repeating the stadium tour offered by the first two. This small-group tour begins at Deep Elm and continues to the Dallas Arts District, considered one of the largest in the world. It then moves on to the JFK Memorial Plaza and the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District, both sites steeped in the history of the JFK assassination. The next stops are Thanks-Giving Square, Dallas City Hall, Pioneer Plaza, West End Historic District, John Neely Bryan Cabin and Klyde Warren Park. You’ll then ride to the stadium where a professional guide will take you through the new facility. You’ll see such things as the largest video screens in a stadium today. The stadium is said to be one of the most expensive sports venues ever built and you’ll get to see all the nooks and crannies. Like the other tours, this one can be reserved daily. Tickets begin at $150.