An Inside Look at the New Vikings Stadium

Over the weekend my family and I toured the US Bank Stadium, the new home of the Minnesota Vikings. We gathered up the family on a rainy day but that didn't stop our desire to see the close to
1 billion dollar facility. A total of 200,000 people showed up to the weekend event.

The first thing I noticed when I entered was how open the US Bank Stadium was. Gone are the walls that separate the concourse from the actual arena. You can literally walk right down to your seats. Well, that's if you have your fortunate enough to have first floor tickets. We sat in the seats and looked at the ginormous scoreboards that are the 10th biggest in the nation. Then we headed down as far as we could go without being on the field to take pictures.

After that, we proceeded to take three flights of escalators for a self-guided tour of the Minnesota Vikings new home. It seems like every seat had a beautiful view of the field. I can't speak for the nosebleed section though.

This was my favorite view.

And you know I got happy when I saw Revival Southern Fried Chicken in the house! That's enough of a reason for me to go to a Vikes game.

Whether or not you're a fan of football, I think you'll agree that this is a pretty nice stadium. And can you believe the entire season is 98% sold out? I believe this just may be our year!

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