If you’re a fan of the National Football League, then you’re probably just as enamored with your home team’s stadium as you are with your team. But, which of the NFL’s stadiums are also worth a day in the stands? And, wouldn’t it be nice to take a once-in-a-lifetime vacation and visit each one?
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Ready to start planning your dream NFL vacation? Here are the five great NFL stadiums to experience should you ever win money for football tickets.
- CenturyLink Field
CenturyLink Field in Seattle is one of the smaller stadiums in the NFL, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in sheer loudness. In fact, the stadium holds the record for the loudest crowd in NFL history. The stadium is walkable from Downtown Seattle and this certainly helps if you’re making it a part of your dream NFL stadium vacation.
- Arrowhead Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City is an NFL throwback. One of the older stadiums in the league, Arrowhead is a fan favorite with its high energy, surprising affordability, and outstanding tailgate scene. If you’ve ever experienced a home team game on Monday night, then you’ve had an experience you’ll never forget. And, while you’re in KC, don’t forget to try out the city’s iconic barbeque and take in as many fountains as you can.
- AT&T Stadium
Located in Dallas, Texas, AT&T Stadium is just as you would expect it to be – big, flashy, and over the top. The only problem with this stadium is, it has so much pre-game production that you almost forget you’re there to see a football game. Even still, in terms of sheer quality, few can beat the House that Jerry Built.
The Superdome is a New Orleans institution. One of the best stadiums in the league in terms of pure atmosphere, the Superdome has one of the best in-game productions in the NFL. Plus, it’s easy to get to if you’re hanging out in the French Quarter before the game. If you win money for sports tickets to anywhere, the Superdome, combined with New Orleans’ food, music, and culture, is a hands-down winner.
- Lambeau Field
It takes a special stadium (and team) for fans to be willing to practically freeze to death every winter, but in Green Bay, WI, Lambeau Field is just such a stadium. This stadium exudes nostalgia at every turn. It’s smaller than most modern stadiums, but that only enhances its classic, intimate atmosphere. Green Bay may be your typical small town, but it has lots of interesting museums as well as opportunities to enjoy the great (cold) outdoors when the home team isn’t playing, or you can also take a day trip to nearby Chicago or Milwaukee.
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