Cowboys Stadium Tours
On February 6, 2011, Cowboys Stadium played host to the NFL's biggest event, Super Bowl XLV. The dates, times and prices for tours were expanded for the weeks surrounding the game.
You don’t have to be a Cowboys fan to enjoy this tour, but there are a few things to know in advance that will help with your visit.
If you’re coming over a holiday or when a game is taking place at the stadium, there's a good chance more people will be in town to take one of the Cowboys Stadium tours. You might want to consider getting your tickets in advance.
If you don’t want to purchase tickets in advance, then it would be wise to arrive early before the Pro Shop opens where you purchase tickets for tours. Otherwise, you could be in for a long wait. If you're coming during the NFL season, be sure to check out the Dallas Cowboys football schedule. For my first tour of the stadium, we went to the Thanksgiving Day game and followed it up the next day with a tour of the stadium. Whether you're a Cowboys fan or not, the stadium is worth seeing.
You can view the Dallas Cowboys football schedule on our website. After you 'View Tickets' for the game that you're interested in, you'll see a Cowboys Stadium seating chart. If you hover your mouse pointer over any section of that seating chart, you'll see an actual picture of that section and you can see what the view will be like from that section. If you enjoy sporting events, then you'll be excited to see our latest selection of tickets. You can buy the tickets with confidence with our 125% money-back guarantee!
To get tickets for one of the Cowboys Stadium tours at the stadium, they can be purchased inside the doors that exit the Pro Shop and just to the left after you walk in.
If there's a line outside waiting for the tour, don't stand in line. You will need to purchase your tickets first. There is no set time when guided tours will begin for walk-up purchases. You, or someone in your group, will need to hold your place in line. If the line is out the door of the stadium in front of the Pro Shop, it will be close to a three-hour wait before you will get to the beginning of the tour.
Pro Shop Hours and Location
The Pro Shop is open seven (7) days a week. The daily
Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.
Cowboys Stadium tours begin and end at the Cowboys Pro Shop.
Tour times are:
- Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm (Last Tour Departs At 4:30 pm)
- Sundays 11 am - 5 pm (Last Tour Departs At 3:30 pm)
The Pro Shop is located on the northwest side of the stadium, Entry A. A statue of Tom Landry is located directly in front of it.
There are two types of tours offered:
- The VIP Guided Tour
- The Self-Guided Tour
Highlights of the Self-Guided TourThe self-guided tour ticket prices are $17.50 for adults; $14.50 for kids 12 and under and seniors 65 and over.
Self-guided tours give you access to the field, the Cowboys and Cheerleaders locker room, the Miller Lite Club and the post-game interview room.
Tour Guides are located in each area to answer your questions about the stadium.
On the field, you’re allowed to throw passes, run around and take pictures at your leisure. They will also take your photo at midfield on the star.
Highlights of the VIP Tour
The VIP tour ticket prices are $27.50 for adults; $22.50 for kids 12 and under and seniors 65 and over
The tour includes stops in a private suite, the radio and print media press boxes, the Cotton Bowl offices and the Dr Pepper Star Bar on the main level.
After you've seen these areas, the tour guide will take you down to the event level where you'll see all of the stops on the Self-Guided Tour, including the field, the Miller Lite Club, the post-game interview room and both the Cowboys locker room and the Cheerleaders locker room.
Unlike the self-guided tour, you’re not allowed onto the field to throw passes or have your picture taken on the star during the VIP tour.
If you take the VIP tour and you’ve had to wait in a long line, you will be taken out into the stadium where you will be seated in the stands and greeted by one of the staff tour guides and given the opportunity to purchase food at one of the concession stands.
They realize that after waiting in line for a long time, you might have gotten hungry and want to eat.
The tour guides know all of the minute details about the stadium, so if you want to know something specific, going on the Cowboys Stadium Tours is the time to ask. The guides are sure to know the answer or be able to find out for you.
Event Level views
If you’ve watched any pre-game segments on TV from the stadium, you’ve probably seen where the Cowboys enter the field with the dry ice blowing and fans lined-up on either side of the aisle and the gladiator-like players run out onto the field through the Miller Lite Club.On each of the Cowboys Stadium tours, you will get to take the walk the players walk from the locker room, through the Miller Lite Club and look out onto the field.
Looking up at the giant HDTV video
screen and around at the
massive 3-million square foot arena, you get an idea of just how large
this place really is.
When you go home and watch a game on TV, you’ll know and remember what it was like to actually be there.
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