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“Expensive but worth seeing once” 5 of 5 stars
Review of AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium
1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011
800-745-3000
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Ranked #1 of 15 Activities in Arlington
Type: Sports Complexes, Sports
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Owner description: Take a tour of the home of the Dallas Cowboys (American) football team.
Hong Kong
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“Expensive but worth seeing once”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 17, 2012

Catch a game if you get the chance, at least once. It is worth seeing. The whole experience will be mad expensive but you only live once!

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“Cowboys Stadium Tour - A Must See!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 16, 2012

This is absolutly to best Tour you will ever take. The tour includes sitting at the 50 yard line in an actual Premium seat. It goes on to the End Zone and experience what it would be like to have a season pass for a low price at all home games in the End Zone special party section. You then go to Jerry Jones Official Box Seat.. Really Cool. Then on to the reserved section for the Press. and another reserved Box Seat section that would be available to purchase for a single game. They then take you to the Locker Room, the official Locker Room with the players names embossed on the top of each and you can take pictures of it all and yourself in front of them if you want. To top it all off, you are then walked to the actual playing field. You can walk around, take pictures, lay on the grass( Yes, I did it)......Last but not least, get your picture taken on the 50 yard line in the Dallas Cowboy Star with the Cowboys Footall. Absolutely Awesome!!!!!!

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Fort Worth, Texas
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“Not for football”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed October 16, 2012

This stadium was built for show not football. It has tiny seats for a huge capacity. Located in the middle of houses, businesses and parking is a nightmare. Buses park a few blocks from the stadium so if it's raining you'll get wet. Texas stadium was much better. The noise was loud and I don't mean from the fans. The huge TV was the best thing because you couldn't watch the game for all the patrons going to the food vendors. Everything is expensive.

Visited November 2011
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Montgomery, Alabama
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“do the vip tour...and make sure you get G”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 13, 2012

as your tour guide...he's a little short dude, but had us rolling with his silliness...i think the tour was only supposed to last 90 min but we got alot of bonuses and our tour lasted 2 hrs...we got to see the tunnel where the cowboys enter the field...also got to see them setting up for a private affair onthe field...crazy how much money went into that stadium...

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Atlanta, Georgia
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“Wow ! Huge ! Money !”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 11, 2012

VIP Tour the only way to go ! This stadium is enormous and if anything ever built perfect, this is it. From the top of the seating, suites, private boxes, etc. a beautiful facility. LIghts through out the levels are accented and outlined in football shape fixtures. So many pictures involving football history mounted on ALL the walls for display. More tvs in this facility than can see at Best Buy. No one will have to worry about finding the concession stands, so many. Opportunity to eat to your heart's desire and prices compare w/Applebee's or Chill's. Don't forget the Pro Shop, where everything imaginable can be purchased.
The locker rooms of Cowboys football team and Cheerleaders, pictures of each, your imagination can run away.
Then onto the field, larger than life with that SCREEN to show all within an arms reach of everything going on. Pictures on the Texas Star and kicking footballs over the goal.
No words to describe what it would actually be like to play on that field.That roof and being able to open and close is also a sight to see and how it works and how quickly is something.
Tour guide was so knowledgeable and fun and just a great TOUR !
This stadium shows what Texas means when you use the saying "Everything in Texas is BIG".

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