AT&T Stadium, once known as Cowboys Stadium, is home to the Dallas Cowboys. It is one of the most impressive stadiums in the NFL, with luxurious amenities and an oversized video board looming above the field.
Our goal is to help you with the parking process, from getting to the stadium, to where to park and how much to pay. In this how-to guide we’ve got parking rates, lot locations, and other great information!
AT&T Stadium Parking Options
With 12,000 parking spaces spread across 15 lots and an additional 12,000 in lettered lots around the stadium, there is an abundance of parking options. Parking areas are generally open 5 hours prior to game time.
AT&T Stadium Parking Map
Dallas Cowboys tailgating is permitted in designated tailgating spaces only. The designated spaces are outside each parking lot and are available on first come, first served basis. Tailgating is permitted in all lots except Lot 3, parts of Lot 5, Lot 8, and Lot 9. Any grass areas beyond the designated tailgating spaces is considered common ground and may be used by other guests for tailgating or picnicking activities.
Handicap parking spaces are available in each lot and are issued on first come, first serve basis. A parking pass for that designated lot and a state-issued disabilities plate or placard are required. Violators will be subject to citation and possible revocation of season parking privileges.
There are not many public transportation options as most visitors rely on driving to the games and parking in provided lots.
There is a Cowboys bus that shuttles you from downtown Forth Worth to the AT&T Stadium, leaving from Vickery Park & Ride, accessed from the 200 block of W. Vickery Blvd., just south of the T&P rail station.