If you’re looking for something to do when staying at InTown Suites Dallas, TX, look no further than the AT&T Stadium. What’s more southern than football and the Dallas Cowboys, right?
This stadium was originally the Texas Stadium located in Arlington, TX and home of the NFL team the Dallas Cowboys. In 2004, the Cowboys announced their plans to commission a new $650 million dollar stadium. The stadium took 5 years to complete and was finished in 2009, making AT&T Stadium the largest domed structure in the world!
Many would be surprised that there’s more than just football and concerts available at the AT&T Stadium. There are lots of things to do in the stadium like playing, seeing art, and taking tours!
The AT&T Stadium’s architecture is considered a work of art in itself but, did you know there was an art museum inside? Art, design, technology, and architecture were all kept in mind when constructing the stadium. The thought was that not only would the stadium be a place for football fans and concert-goers, but a place everyone could get excited about seeing. As you walk through the stadium you will see works of art like Coming Home and (Meet Me) At the Waterfall by Franz Ackermann, new horizon by Doug Aitken, Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ by Daniel Burren and so many others. You can even take an Art Tour at the AT&T Stadium! The tours are guided and available 3 times a day from Monday through Thursday.
For the sports fanatics, you can purchase tickets for VIP Guided Tours and Rally Days. VIP Guided Tours include a full guided tour where you’ll see things like the Cotton Bowl Office vestibule, the Miller Lite Club, and even the post-game interview room! Rally Days are fun too as they include activities throughout the stadium and on the field. You’ll get the opportunity to get Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders autographs, see a live performance by the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blues dancers, play on-field activities and more!
Be sure to visit the AT&T stadium website for more information and ticket prices. Keep in mind that the stadium is just a short drive from our conveniently located extended stay hotels in Dallas, TX.