AT&T Stadium (previously named Cowboys Stadium) is a top attraction for sports fans visiting Dallas. Located in Arlington, Texas, the stadium is most famous for its resident Dallas Cowboys football team and giant retractable roof. In addition to football games, the venue hosts concerts and other events year-round.
AT&T Stadium seats up to 100,000 people and features one of the world’s largest high-definition video screen displays, as well as 3,000 LCD displays throughout the stadium. The structure also features stylish concourses, a facade of soaring arches and canted glass, and an impressive contemporary art collection. Attend a sports game or concert to experience the stadium in all its glory, or opt for a guided tour.
Things to Know Before You Go
- The stadium has a host of accommodations for guests with disabilities, including ramps, elevators, ADA shuttles, and companion restrooms.
- Access to the field and other areas of the stadium varies depending on the event schedule.
- Outside food and beverages are not allowed in the stadium; bottled water is permitted.
How to Get There
AT&T Stadium is located in Arlington, Texas. On Highway 30, the stadium lies roughly 18 miles (29 kilometers) from Downtown Dallas and 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Fort Worth.
When to Get There
The Dallas Cowboys football season typically runs from early September through late December every year, though the stadium is also used for other events in the offseason.
AT&T Stadium Art Collection
An impressive collection of 55+ paintings, sculptures, and photographs are displayed in the stadium. Here you can find football-themed works such as Olafur Eliasson’s abstract sculpture Moving Stars Takes Time, Matthew Ritchie’s Line of Play, and Annette Lawrence’s Coin Toss. The Southwest Monumental Staircase is home to four striking murals in bold colors and patterns.