About the Bus Tour
Every city comes with its own sports history and loyal fans, and Dallas is no exception with football greats like Roger “the Dodger” Staubach, Emmitt Smith, Tony Romo and Troy Aikman and basketball stars like Dirk Nowitzski. Whether you love them or you hate them, you have to appreciate the history that surrounds Dallas teams. Come with us in our Sports Fan Tour, we will show the venues where history has been made, enjoy a VIP tour of the Dallas
What to Expect
The Dallas Cowboys, nicknamed “America’s Team,” may be the most popular NFL franchise in the world. They have made 30 playoff appearances, won eight NFC titles and been Super Bowl champions five times. Founded in 1960, the Cowboys have had 11 players inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. So what is this tour about? This exclusive opportunity to get a closer look at the cowboys and Dallas' sports scene.
THE Cowboys Stadium is more than the home of the Dallas Cowboys; it’s a world of facts and figures about the world’s largest domed structure, an art museum, a classroom. The things you can do inside Cowboys Stadium are endless, and with a VIP Stadium Tour, you can experience them all.
This tour includes pick-up and drop-off services from anywhere in the DFW area, we use premium transportation, vehicles vary depending on your group size. The tour includes lunch at a BBQ joint, before or after the tour depending on the time we start the excursion.
- Beginning at the Main Club your tour stops include a private suite, the print media press box, the Cotton Bowl Office vesituble, and the Dr Pepper Star Bar or the Ford Motor Company Fountain
- With small group sizes and additional tour stops, VIP Guided Tours are the ultimate ATT Stadium tour experience
- Door-to-door private chauffeured transportation
- Experience includes the field, the Miller Lite Club, the postgame interview room and both the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders locker rooms
- BBQ Lunch: The cost varies based on the number of guests and lunch/dinner location, prices usually ranging from $40 to $60 per guest.
- Visit: The Star Practice Field : The Star is the 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility in Frisco, Texas. The Star gives fans the opportunity to connect with the Dallas Cowboys in ways they have never imagined.
- Visit: Location of the Old Texas Stadium : he Cowboys’ first home was the Cotton Bowl, located on the grounds of the State Fair of Texas. However, the Texas Stadium was the place where the team became what it is today. For almost four decades, the greatest players in the sport brought the house down with their passing, their running, their catching, their tackling. It’s been years since the iconic Texas Stadium was imploded and the team moved to the AT&T Stadium, but for true fans, the location of the Texas Stadium is legendary.
- Visit: Cotton Bowl Arena: Cotton Bowl Stadium has been an iconic part of Dallas since its opening in 1932. This stadium best known for its football has been home to the SMU Mustangs, the Dallas Cowboys, the annual Red River Rivalry game between the University of Texas Longhorns and the University of Oklahoma Sooners since 1932, the State Fair Classic game between the Grambling State University Tigers and the Prairie View A&M University Panthers, and The Cotton Bowl since 1937. However, the 9th largest stadium in the United States does not focus solely on football. It has hosted the FIFA World Cup games in 1994, the Gold Cup Games, MLS soccer, and a number of concerts like Elvis Presley and The Rolling Stones.
- Visit: USA National Soccer Hall of Fame: The National Soccer Hall of Fame is a list of firsts — the first physically constructed into an MLS soccer stadium and the first to integrate seating and clubs as part of a game-day experience. And the Hall of Fame is first in incorporating out-of-the-box elements to create a personal, interactive experience for each fan.
Great For: Sport Fans, Visitors, Family Reunion, Architeture Enthusiasts, Guys Event