1. AT&T Stadium (Cowboys)
When you walk into AT&T Stadium, the word palace comes to mind. It’s a palace designed for football. You’ve probably heard about the video board that’s 60 yards long; in fact, many fans buy tickets based around where they’re sitting in relation to the video board. There are an additional 3,000 slightly smaller TVs placed around the stadium as well.
But there’s more to Jerry World than a lot of screens. You may actually want to take a tour of the stadium on a non-game day if you want to see everything, including the luxury suite used by Jerry Jones himself. There’s even an art gallery with paintings, sculptures, and other masterpieces. It’s safe to say, other stadiums don’t have that. Naturally, tickets and parking are crazy expensive, but if you have the excess cash to spend, it’s worth it to see the be-all and end-all of NFL stadiums in person.