The Dallas Cowboys gave themselves the nickname ‘America’s Team’ after it had great success (with cheerleaders and otherwise) in the 1970s. Although the team's fortunes have been modest of late (no Super Bowl wins since 1996), it still has swagger, as shown in its enormous, retractable-roof home – the AT&T Stadium, located 18 miles west of Dallas in Arlington.
If you want to see the spectacle that is a Dallas Cowboys home game, you'll need to find tickets on the secondary market as the games are always sold out. There are many other events in the stadium during the year, including college-football bowl games, high-school football championships, truck exhibitions and concerts. Tours of the stadium depart from Entry A.