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Would you like to run on a state of the art artificial field? Sit in the luxury box or see what goes on in the playerís locker room? Taking a tour of your local NFL Stadium is an often overlooked activity that every NFL fan should participate in. On gameday, NFL fans mob these magnificent sports venues that harken to the days of the original Roman Coliseum. However, throughout the week the local stadium is forgotten ... the parking lot is abandoned, the tailgaters are gone, but inside, these stadiums are still abuzz with activity. Some stage NFL practices, some host events, and some have Team Pro Shops selling merchandise throughout the week.  What many don't know is that most NFL Stadiums actually allow the public to stop in for a visit to see what goes on behind the scenes. Usually the ticket prices to attend an NFL stadium tour are fairly reasonable. Groups tours of the stadiums are fairly common, but walk-up public tours for individuals are also sometimes available throughout the week. It is definitely something worth checking out and has all the information you need to make arrangments for a stadium tour.

Taking a Stadium tour is something I highly recommend to any fan of the National Football League. These tours can be appreciated by NFL fans of all ages and provide fantastic picture taking opportunities that you will talk about for years. Still cameras are generally encouraged during these stadium tours as fans can get unique behind the scenes shots such as the view from field level or pictures of your favorite playerís locker. Most tours last about 60 to 90 minutes and cover the main concourse, suite level, locker room, press box, and sometimes the field. Fans are able to get a clear picture of what itís like for the players to run through the tunnel on gameday or experience the awe of being the center of attention of 65,000 screaming fans. The guides are generally very friendly and happy to answer any questions you have or share stories about your favorite NFL team. I strongly encourage anyone with an interest in an NFL franchise to take a Stadium Tour.

I've actually attended several stadium tours on my travels throughout the league.  I walked through the same tunnel that Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, and the 49er Dynasty used to take the field. I boarded the Pirate Ship that sits in the North Endzone in Raymond James Stadium. I even stood on the Dallas Cowboys Star on the 50-yard line and raised my eyes to the heavens through the hole in the roof like Terrell Owens. Each stadium tour was a unique experience and a celebration of the local NFL team. Below is a listing of all the stadium tours I have taken with a short description and five star rating on each Stadium Tour. Clicking on each link will yield more information about each stadium tour.  Please feel free to send me your thoughts on each tour as well.


Texas Stadium Tour - July 2007
Unbelieveable Dallas Cowboys Stadium tour!  Bring your camera for plenty of unique photo opportunities.  See the actual Dallas Cowboys Locker Room .... most tours take your through visitor lockers.  The highlight of this stadium tour is that guests are taken down onto the field where footballs and kicking tees are provided.

Raymond James Stadium Tour - November 2007
Awesome Stadium tour that includes a tour of the pirate ship created by Disney Imagineers that sits in the North Endzone.  Great behind the scenes although I was not allowed to run on the field.

McAfee Coliseum Stadium Tour - April 2007
Awesome Stadium tour of the Oakland Raiders Facility, plenty of behind the scenes access.  Weight room, Locker room, press box included.  But although we went down to the field we were not really allowed to run on the natural grass field.

University of Phoenix Stadium - July 2007
Amazing state of the art facility for the Arizona Cardinals.  One of the finest in the league.  Retractable roof, retractable field, shaped like a barrel cactus form of a coiled snake.

Lucas Oil Stadium Tour - July 2010
Excellent Stadium Tour for one of the premiere, state of the art, indoor pro football facilities in the league. Due to the use of FieldTurf synthetic surface, tour guests are allowed to run on the same field that Peyton Manning commands on gameday.

Paul Brown Stadium Tour - November 2012
Paul Brown Stadium was one of the first mega-mege stadium build efforts to create a environment that's more conducive to the ultimate fan experience.  With time on the field, this stadium tour is a winner!

Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium Tour - November 2009
The Denver Broncos have built an impressive facility with an emphasis on keeping some of the more traditional elements of the old Mile Stadium intact (steel treads and risers for Rocky Mountain Thunder & Bucky the Bronco).  Excellent tour.  Must see for Broncos Fans

Minneapolis Metrodome Stadium Tour - April 2007
Great Minnesota Vikings Tour, fantastic $3 price tag.  Impressive insight on how a dome stadium operates.  Interesting football / baseball dual use.  The highlight is definitely going down on the field to inspect the Field Turf.

Reliant Stadium Tour - July 2007
Impresive facility, great Houston Texans tour.  Retractable roof, removable natural grass field.  Lots of behind the scenes access, awesome Club Level, but unfortunately I took the tour during the offseason when there was no field at Reliant Stadium.

Ford Field Stadium Tour - April 2007
Great Stadium Tour.  The Ford Family and the Detroit Lions have built an impressive facility and it really shines through during this stadium tour.  Group tours can book a football clinic where NFL players provide punt, pass, and kick instruction.
FedEx Field Stadium Tour
FedExField Stadium Tour - April 2009
The Washington Redskins and FedExField have recently decided to offer a Stadium Tour and it's fantastic!   With a Club Level that rivals any in the league, including a full Hooters and Macanudo Cigar Bar, visitors taking the tour get a full appreciation for gameday in DC.

Bank of America Stadium Tour - July 2009
The Carolina Panthers have a solid stadium tour.  Guests are brought to the field area but not on the turf, to the visitor's locker room, luxury boxes, club level and press box.  Impressive facility and great, knowledgeable tour guides make for a decent tour.

Monster Park Stadium Tour - April 2007
When I took the tour of Candlestick Park back in 2007, it was not an organized tour.  In 2010 the San Francisco 49ers decided to start offering a tour.  I have not taken it yet, but with all the history at that site I'm sure it's incredible.

M&T Bank Stadium Tour - February 2007
The Baltimore Ravens only offer tours for groups of 20 or more, walk-up tours are not given.  I was able to arrange a quick walk through, but it was very brief.

Edward Jones Dome Stadium Tour - October 2007
The St. Louis Rams Greatest Show on Turf Stadium Tour does not exist.  I think a stadium tour in St. Louis would be a fantastic success.  I was able to arrange for a personal tour that took me down onto the field, but currently there is nothing.
The following NFL Stadiums also offer stadium tours, however I have not taken these tours yet.  Click on one of the links below for information on booking your NFL Stadium tour and be sure to let me know your thoughts on the NFL Stadium tour in your city.

Atlanta Falcons Stadium Tour
Buffalo Bills Stadium Tour - The Buffalo Bills do not offer a Stadium tour.
Chicago Bears Stadium Tour
Cincinnati Bengals Stadium Tour
Cleveland Browns Stadium Tour
Green Bay Packers Stadium Tour
Jacksonville Jaguars Stadium Tour
Kansas City Chiefs Stadium Tour
- The KC Chiefs do not offer a Stadium tour.
Miami Dolphins Stadium Tour
New England Patriots Stadium Tour
Philadelphia Eagles Stadium Tour
Pittsburgh Steelers Stadium Tour
San Diego Chargers Stadium Tour
- The SD Chargers do not offer a Stadium tour.
Seattle Seahawks Stadium Tour
Tennessee Titans Stadium Tour


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