The Cowboys Stadium located in Arlington, Texas is home of the Dallas Cowboys. The stadium is the largest domed stadium in the world, has the world’s largest column-free interior and the 2nd largest high definition video screen which hangs from 20 yard line to 20 yard line. Originally estimated to cost $650 million, the stadium’s current construction cost was $1.15 billion, making it one of the most expensive sports venues ever built.
The video screen has spectators and fans talking. Guinness World Records was on hand at the September 28, 2009, game against the Carolina Panthers to award certificates to the Chairman of Mitsubishi Electric and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for the World’s Largest High-Definition Video Display. Everything is bigger (and better) in Texas, right?
There are approximately 12,000 parking spaces distributed among 15 numbered lots at Cowboys Stadium. In addition, there are nearly an additional 12,000 parking spaces in lettered lots around the Texas Rangers Ballpark that may be used on an event day. Parking areas are generally open five (5) hours prior to Cowboys games.
Tailgating for Cowboys games is permitted in designated tailgating spaces only. These spaces are located on the perimeter of each parking lot and have a grassy area immediately behind the vehicle parking spot.
Take a Tour
Want to see this amazing stadium but don’t want to pay the price to attend a game? There are many different tours that you can take around the stadium to see the beauty up close. Cowboys Stadium offers tours that will appeal to people of all interests and ages, and tours are available daily. Take an afternoon to throw the ball on the field or admire the works of art displayed throughout the stadium.
The Dallas Cowboys Stadium is located at 900 E. Randol Mill Road, Arlington Texas