I've been to the stadium about five times now and never cease to be amazed by its size and design. A massive and well-designed structure indeed.
Seats in the bottom tier (100's) have a great view, though with the huge 60-yard screen every seat is a great seat. That was the thought behind the design of that screen and its size. Even when I'm down in the lower tier of seats I find myself looking at it at times.
The artwork around the stadium is impressive. I'm not a penny loafer kind of guy but some of it is just captivating. In one spot near the fan store near the tour entrance there is an area with rows and rows of strands of beaded lights. They light up in such a way that with all the lights and layers you feel like you are watching a large old black and white TV version of prominent Cowboys moments. Very impressive!
I had a connection that gave me a private tour, so I can't speak to the tours held in the building. They take you pretty much everywhere you'd want to go though. Even non-fans will enjoy seeing this architectural wonder, and how one team's stadium works. Plus, they also take you into the DC cheerleader locker room which is unique.
This stadium is worth your visit to it.
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