The Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium VIP tour is a behind the scenes tour of the home field of America’s most popular NFL team. We were in Dallas for our son’s US Volleyball Junior National Championships, and the team, along with a few parents, did this tour as a team bonding trip.
Jerry Jones private suite
From multiple monitors hidden behind the wood paneling to privacy screens that fully extend from the walls, the suite can morph to support various scenarios to get the business of owning a sports team accomplished.
Booking a private suite
There are over 3oo hundred available luxury suites at the stadium, and the price to book them ranges from $9,000 to $40,000 per venue. If you are interested, you can book a suite at Suite Hop – Att & T stadium.
Standing Room Only area
While ticket seats can be incredibly expensive, the stadium also offers Standing room only (SRO) tickets in the endzone “Party Zones”. These tickets give fans the chance to experience a live game at a more affordable price.
As part of the tour, we explored a lot of behind the scene’s areas, like the locker rooms.
Cowboy Cheerleader Locker Room
Cowboys Locker Room
Press Room and Lower Level
The press room has special anti-flash glass. People can watch the press conferences live, but if they take any flash photography, it blocks the flash without affecting the interviews.
We’re on the field
For some reason heading out onto the field of any stadium seems to be a big deal.
Even though we are not big football fans, it was a fun experience to see the architecture, learn about the team legacy, and see the effort that goes into maintaining the stadium.
- Bring a football (or buy one there) to toss around on the field. How many times in your life are you going to be able to recreate making a touchdown!
- Wear comfortable shoes becuase there is a lot of walking.