1. Lambeau Field - Green Bay Packers

    Historic Lambeau Field is a must see for any sports fan out there. Not only is the stadium is one of the oldest and most storied in the NFL, but its location in the small town of Green Bay, Wisconsin gives it a unique game day experience you won’t find anywhere else.

    2. Fenway Park - Boston Red Sox

    Fenway Park is the oldest stadium in all of North American professional sports, and as a result has been the site of many historical moments. Some of the biggest legends in baseball history, including Babe Ruth and Ted Williams, have called Fenway home, and the park has many quirky features including the Green Monster, the Triangle, and Williamsburg.

    3. Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs

    Arguably the most classic stadium in all of baseball, Wrigley Field has hosted generations of baseball fans. With its old manual scoreboard and vibrant neighborhood, there isn’t a baseball fan out there that wouldn’t have a great time at Wrigley.

    4. Superdome - New Orleans Saints

    The Superdome has hosted numerous big games over the years having hosted a record seven Super Bowls, five NCAA Men’s Final Fours, and the annual Sugar Bowl since opening in 1975.

    5. Michigan Stadium - Michigan

    The Big House, as it’s commonly known, is the largest stadium in college football and offers and incredible game day experience that every college football fan needs to experience at least once.

    6. Ohio Stadium - Ohio State

    Another large Big Ten college football stadium, Ohio Stadium is home to many incredible game day traditions including Script Ohio.

    7. AT&T Park - San Francisco Giants

    AT&T Park is located on the beautiful San Francisco Bay and offers one of the most picturesque views in all of baseball.

    8. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - Florida

    The Swamp is home to some of the loudest and craziest fans in college football meaning if you love college football then you’ll love The Swamp.

    9. Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City Chiefs

    Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium provides one of the best gameday experiences in the NFL and is home to some of the most dedicated tailgaters around.

    10. AT&T Stadium - Dallas Cowboys

    Jerry’s World is the most audacious stadium in the NFL, and it fits the Cowboys perfectly. If you want to experience one of the most impressive game day experiences, then head on down to Dallas.

    11. Tiger Stadium - LSU

    Few things in sports can match the feeling of taking in a night game at Tiger Stadium. The stadium is known to shake during these games and has even recorded an earthquake in the past.

    12. Rose Bowl - UCLA

    The history, pageantry, and tradition found at the Rose Bowl make it a can’t miss for anyone who loves college football.

    13. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - USC

    The LA Coliseum is one of the most historic stadiums in all of sports having hosted the 1932 and 1984 Olympics as well as two NFL teams and the USC Trojans.

    14. Heinz Field - Pittsburgh Steelers

    Heinz Field offers a gorgeous view of the river and downtown Pittsburgh. It’s also home to one of the most raucous fan bases in the NFL, who provide a great game day atmosphere.

    15. Camden Yards - Baltimore Orioles

    Opening in 1992, Camden Yards set the precedent for all the new ballparks that would be built after it. In the years since the park has remained one of the best in baseball and cemented itself as a true modern classic.

    16. Notre Dame Stadium - Notre Dame

    The amount of tradition on display at Notre Dame Stadium is unmatched, and you wouldn’t want to miss your chance to take it all in.

    17. Bryant-Denny Stadium - Alabama

    Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium is home to not only one of the best teams in the country, but also some of the most diehard fans meaning you won’t want to miss your chance to visit.

    18. Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles Dodgers

    Dodger Stadium is the third oldest stadium in baseball, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have plenty of life left in it. The stadium gives off the quintessential Southern California baseball vibe and should be on the bucket list of every baseball fan out there.

    19. Beaver Stadium - Penn State

    There’s nothing better than experiencing a White Out at Beaver Stadium so book your ticket now.

    20. Busch Stadium - St. Louis Cardinals

    St. Louis is a baseball town, and Busch Stadium’s excellent downtown location puts you right in the heart of the action. Here you’ll find not only a great view of the Arch but also plenty of fans willing to help you fill out your scorecard.

    21. Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City Royals

    The waterfalls in the outfield are one of the most unique features in all of baseball and help give Kauffman its charm. Recent success has also bred new life into the fans making the trip to Kauffman Stadium a must for baseball fans throughout the country.

    22. CenturyLink Field - Seattle Seahawks

    The steep upper deck that brings the fans closer to the field than anywhere else in the NFL and the noise capturing roof make attending a Seahawks game an experience to behold.

    23. Bronco Stadium - Boise State

    There’s a reason Boise State has one of the best home records in college football, and that reason is the awesome fan support you’ll find here in Boise who make a trip to Bronco Stadium a must.

    24. Husky Stadium - Washington

    Husky Stadium offers a beautiful view of Lake Washington and is home to one of the best atmospheres in college football. The stadium also features plenty of places to party before or after the game both on the lake and throughout Seattle.

    25. Autzen Stadium - Oregon

    The Ducks recent success has helped make Autzen Stadium one of the loudest stadiums in not only the Pac-12 but also the entire country.

    26. Safeco Field - Seattle Mariners

    Unlike a lot of other stadiums with a retractable roof, Safeco Field manages to retain an open air stadium feel. The stadium offers a charming view of downtown Seattle and manages to still feel brand new despite opening over 15 years ago.

    27. Sports Authority Field - Denver Broncos

    Mile High is a great place to take in a game and has a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains.

    28. Spartan Stadium - Michigan State

    Spartan Stadium may not look like much, but it’s home to some of the wildest and most passionate fans in all of college football.

    29. Kyle Field - Texas A&M

    The home of the 12th Man features 83,000 strong cheering on their Aggies creating one of college football’s can’t miss atmospheres.

    30. Memorial Stadium - Nebraska

    The Sea of Red is the third largest city in Nebraska on game days and is home to some excellent tailgating as well.

    31. University of Phoenix Stadium - Arizona Cardinals

    32. Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium - Florida State

    The pageantry of Florida State is on display at Doak Campbell Stadium where you won’t want to miss the arrival of Chief Osceola and Renegade.

    33. Jordan-Hare Stadium - Auburn

    Jordan-Hare Stadium seats 87,000, and there are few better place to be than inside Jordan-Hare on a Saturday in the fall.

    34. Miller Park - Milwaukee Brewers

    Miller Park is home to the best tailgating in all of baseball and the only place where you can see the original seventh inning mascot race making a must visit for all you baseball fans out there.

    35. Ford Field - Detroit Lions

    Lions games on Thanksgiving are an American Institution and Ford Field’s downtown location and nods to the auto industry make it one of the most underrated stadiums in the NFL.

    36. Camp Randall Stadium - Wisconsin

    Camp Randall Stadium is home to one of the loudest and rowdiest student sections in the country, so come prepared to “Jump Around” between the third and fourth quarters.

    37. Target Field - Minnesota Twins

    Target Field provides one of the best experiences in baseball. Not only does the stadium have a superb classic baseball feel to it, but it also does an excellent job of having a distinctly Minnesota feel with its Minnesota limestone walls and local food and beverage options.

    38. Memorial Stadium - Clemson

    Death Valley has a strong reputation for the loud fans, and the difficulty opponents have playing here, so make the trip if you get the chance.

    39. Kinnick Stadium - Iowa

    It may not be the largest stadium in the Big Ten, but that doesn’t stop it from producing a great game day atmosphere.

    40. Darrell K. Royal Texas Memorial Stadium - Texas

    You wouldn’t want to miss your chance to miss seeing Bevo in person, so make sure to plan your trip to Austin.

    41. Sanford Stadium - Georgia

    Sanford Stadium is one of the premier venues in college football and home to over 92,000 UGA fans on game days.

    42. Yankee Stadium - New York Yankees

    While it’s not the original, the New Yankee Stadium still features numerous homages to the original and is home to many tributes to Yankees legends of the past.

    43. Neyland Stadium - Tennessee

    Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium offers you the opportunity to take part in the Vol Navy as well as the chance to sing “Rocky Top” with some of the best fans around.

    44. PNC Park - Pittsburgh Pirates

    Considered by many to be the best ballpark in baseball, PNC Park is without a doubt the prettiest park in baseball with its picturesque view of downtown Pittsburgh.

    45. Petco Park - San Diego Padres

    Home of the 2016 All-Star game, Petco Park has played a big part in rejuvenating downtown San Diego. You’ll find everything you could want in the game day experience here including great nearby bars and restaurants, local brews, and a beautiful view of downtown San Diego.

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    46. U.S. Bank Stadium - Minnesota Vikings

    The newest stadium in the NFL is also the nicest. It manages to provide all the comfort of a domed stadium in Minnesota while also providing a ton of sunlight thanks to its translucent roof. It also is one of the loudest thanks to the new roof’s material being even louder than the Metrodome’s.

    47. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium - Arkansas

    Another SEC stadium that shakes from start to finish, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is a great place to spend a Saturday.

    48. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium - Ole Miss

    Vaught-Hemingway Stadium is the oldest stadium in the FBS and the party outside in The Grove is a can’t miss for anyone who loves to tailgate.

    49. California Memorial Stadium - Cal

    Few venues in the Pac-12 can rival the experience of watching the Golden Bears take the field at California Memorial Stadium. The classic bowl stadium is a great place to take in a game and a must see for all of you on the west coast.

    50. Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium - Oklahoma

    Built in 1925, Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium offers an excellent college game day experience as you’ll always find a full crowd of over 82,000 here in Norman.