Best Football Stadium Tours for Families

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz in 2017. Photo by Jevone Moore/Cal Sport Media/CSM/REX/Shutterstock

Football is known for its tailgates, but if you’re looking for a more family-friendly activity—it’s time to try a football stadium tour. On these tours, you’ll get to go behind-the-scenes and see where players prepare for games and have exclusive interviews, step onto the field, and learn the history behind each team and their stadium. These are the best football stadiums to tour with kids.

Lincoln Financial Field

Home to the Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field hosts public and private tours that last around 90 minutes and include a visit to the field, locker room, post-game interview room, broadcast booth, and press box.

CenturyLink Field

For a quieter experience at the Seattle Seahawks’ home, a football tour is the way to go. During the 90 minute tour, you’ll get behind-the-scenes look at where the team practices and enters the field on game day, the suite and club levels of the stadium, and a look into the locker room.

Soldier Field

While in Chicago, visit the Chicago Bears’ Soldier Field, the oldest football stadium in the U.S. The tour includes a look at the locker rooms, the South Courtyard, the Doughboy Statue, skyline suites, access to the field, and the grant concourse.