The NFL has an official theme park: The theme park, which is named after the NFL’s first-ever park, is located in Canton, Ohio.
That theme park opened in 2001 and features attractions like a water park, a roller coaster, a theme park-style restaurant, and even a theme theater.
Here are the top three places to see it if you’re not living near the theme park.1.
Cleveland Browns’ Browns Stadium, Canton.
This stadium in Cantown is the home of the Browns and is home to the team’s annual home opener.
It has a retractable roof, but the inside is actually a retractor roof.
Fans can see the stadium from the concourse.2.
Miami Dolphins’ Raymond James Stadium, Miami.
This is the team home.
It is home for most of the season, but fans can see a huge screen at the south end of the stadium.
It seats 8,000 and is covered with a retractive roof.3.
Cleveland Indians’ Target Field, Cleveland.
This field is the NFL home for Indians games.
It’s a big home field, with the home team playing at the Indians’ stadium and a large, retractable section that is accessible from the south and east.
It also has a massive video screen that can be turned on and off from the north end of home plate.4.
New York Giants’ Meadowlands Stadium, San Francisco.
This home field of the Giants is the largest in the National Football League, with seating for 19,000.
The stadium is in the Bay Area and is on a hill overlooking the Bay.5.
St. Louis Rams’ Rams Stadium, St. Marys, Missouri.
This site is home of a variety of events, including the NFL Draft, Super Bowl, and the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.6.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond Raymond Stadium, Tampa.
The home of this NFL team is home turf.
Fans get to see the game from the upper deck of Raymond Raymond Raymond Field.
The ground is also the home field for the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneer team.7.
Cincinnati Bengals’ Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati.
This venue is home football for the Cincinnati Bengals, and it is the site of the team practice facility.
Fans in the stadium can watch the game on the giant screen on the south side.8.
Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City.
This location is home baseball for the Chiefs.
Fans have a huge field to watch the Kansas City Royals, as well as a giant video screen with a projector.9.
Miami Marlins’ Marlins Park, Miami Gardens, Florida.
This park has a full retractable-roof facility.
It hosts baseball games from Marlins Park.
Fans are able to watch games on the field from the stadium’s retractable seats.10.
Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia.
This team home is home and home turf for the Eagles.
It sits on a high hill overlooking downtown Philadelphia.11.
New Orleans Saints’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans.
This sports venue is the New Orleans home of professional football.
It houses the NFL New Orleans Hornets, the NFL team that plays there.
Fans who want to watch their team can also watch on TV.12.
Atlanta Falcons’ Mercedes Benz Superdrome, Atlanta.
This Mercedes- Benz stadium is home field to the Atlanta Falcons.
It features a retracting roof and large screens that can display game-day news.13.
Miami Gardens Stadium, Las Vegas.
This property is home soccer for the Miami Dolphins.
It holds professional games for the U.S. Men’s National Team.
Fans with tickets to the games can watch on TVs in the stands.14.
Cincinnati Reds’ Riverfront Stadium, Columbus, Ohio, home of home baseball.
It hosted the 2017 MLB All-Star Game.
Fans could watch the games on TVs at the Riverfront Field.15.
Los Angeles Rams’ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles.
This Los Angeles stadium hosts NFL games and other events.
It can hold up to 16,000 fans.16.
St Louis Cardinals’ Busch Stadium, West Chester, Pennsylvania.
This Cardinals stadium is the Cardinals’ home stadium.
The facility has retractable roofs, but there are no retractable windows.17.
Tampa Lions’ Raymond Joseph Stadium, Detroit.
This Detroit stadium hosts the Detroit Lions.
Fans see the Lions games on large screens in the south stands.18.
Chicago Bears’ Soldier Field, Chicago.
This Chicago stadium hosts home football games.
Fans on the north and west sides of the field can watch NFL games from the South end zone.19.
Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium, Houston.
This NRG stadium is a massive venue for the Houston Texans.
It plays home games at NRG Field, which was built for the 2011 Super Bowl.
It boasts a retract, retracting dome, which allows fans to see games on TV screens from the seating area.20