13. Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Saints)
The fact that the Superdome is still standing and being used is something worth recognizing. The building first opened in 1975 and had to withstand the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, becoming a symbol for the way the entire city of New Orleans persevered through the storm.
Admittedly, the Superdome is old and far from perfect. Some have even described it as a “basement.” But it’s been renovated enough times to give it a somewhat modern feel inside. It’s also one of the last true dome stadiums in any sport, which means it bottles up the noise and creates an incredible atmosphere during games. Why else would it have hosted seven Super Bowls and five Final Fours, and counting