For Dallas Cowboys fans, this is where the magic happens. This NFL team’s practice headquarters, unlike other practice facilities, was designed with public access at the forefront. Schedule a tour of the facility and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Ford Center, an indoor facility where the Cowboys practice and area high school teams play on Friday nights; the War Room, where NFL players are drafted; as well as memorabilia from Cowboys history, including a stunning, two-story artistic rendering of Roger Staubach’s legendary 1975 “Hail Mary pass.”
The Star is part of what is locally called Frisco’s “$5 Billion Mile,” encompassing the shops, restaurants and other businesses that followed the new Cowboys’ headquarters. Outside, you’ll find Tostitos Championship Plaza, where the community gathers for game day celebrations, Fans United apparel shop, Cowboys Fit (where players and cheerleaders train alongside everyday fitness enthusiasts), and the Ring of Honor Walk, highlighting the careers of legendary players, in addition to larger-than-life sculpture “Huddle.”
VIP tours available through advanced ticket purchase throughout the week.
Tickets are $32.50 plus fees for adults and $27.50 plus fees for children 5 to 12 and senior citizens. Children 4 and under are free.
Things to Know
Large bags are prohibited inside the facility, and all items are subject to search; cameras are allowed (restricted to three-inch-or-less lenses), but there may be some items you are asked not to photograph.
No food or drinks are allowed on the tour, but there are restaurants around The Star.
Parking is included with your ticket price.