AT&T Stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys, but it is also a fascinating architectural masterpiece and an enormous art gallery. Whether you are a Dallas Cowboy fan or not, a tour of the stadium is an exciting and fun way to visit this extravagant, gigantic temple to football.
The most popular way of exploring the stadium is through a self-guided tour. You can go to the field, run around, throw some passes, and take a few photos to show your friends. You can also get a glimpse of the Cowboys’ locker room and even the cheerleaders’ locker room, while they are empty, of course. The interview room and the Miller Lite Club are also open to public when not in use.
While strolling through the stadium, you can see enormous paintings that are part of the AT&T art collection and were selected or commissioned by the Jones Family. There are 56 pieces of art displayed all over the stadium, offering the public a unique way to encounter contemporary art. A guided Art Tour of the Stadium offers more in-depth explanation of the various pieces.
One AT&T Way, Arlington, Texas, Phone: 800-745-3000
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