Experience this behind-the-scenes journey through Raiders history and culture, filled with surprises you could only find in Vegas.
Additional tour tickets are made available every Friday morning by 10am.
Led by expert hosts, this immersive, behind-the-scenes experience will take you through ultra-exclusive areas such as private suites and clubs, the Broadcast Booth, the Ubeo Press Conference Room, and Locker Rooms. You will get an up-close look at the Al Davis Memorial Torch and have the opportunity to step out onto the field!
Upgrade your experience to conclude with the amazing sightlines from the Al Davis Memorial Torch at Coors Light Landing with a “Drink and a View” combo ticket. Your first drink is on us, and additional food and beverage options are available as you soak in the panoramic views of Allegiant Stadium’s interior and the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.
Tours are approximately 75 minutes in length and include over one (1) mile of walking. Comfortable walking shoes are encouraged. No heels or metal bottom shoes.
PSL seat visits are not available before, after or during the tour. Stadium tours follow a predetermined route that is timed to maximize the experience of all guests.
Tickets are available online approximately five (5) weeks in advance. Capacity is limited. Tickets should be purchased online in advance.
Tickets are required for all guests, age two and older. Guests of all ages may attend Drink and a View.
Those younger than two years of age are free of charge. Please note that strollers/wagons are not allowed on the tour.
Tours are customized daily based on availability of tour features. This is no guarantee that all stops or features will be included on every tour. If a Stadium event is scheduled, public tours will not be available. All tour dates, times, and tour stops are subject to change without notice due to events at Allegiant Stadium. All sales are final.
After your tour has completed, tour guests receive a 10% discount at the Raider Image team store at Allegiant Stadium. This is a one-time-only discount. Be prepared to present your tour lanyard at checkout.
Allegiant Stadium is a cashless venue. For guests who only bring cash, we have cash-to-card kiosks in the Stadium where guests can exchange cash for a pre-paid card that can be used anywhere major credit cards are accepted.
Please know that Allegiant Stadium tours have loud noises, dark areas and flashing lights.
Photography, videos or any recordings for commercial use is not allowed. Videography is prohibited during the tour at all times.
For the safety of all guests, if you appear to be under the influence or display disorderly conduct, you will not be allowed to participate in the tour and will be removed from the premises without refund. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
If you have a disability requiring any type of accommodation, we encourage you to contact us at PremiumService@raiders.com to ensure the requested assistance can be provided.
Thank you and see you soon!
PSL HOLDERS: CLICK HERE and log in to your account to receive 20% off Allegiant Stadium tour tickets.
NEVADA RESIDENTS: If you are a Nevada resident, select the “Nevada Residents” ticket to save 10%. Please be prepared to present your Nevada ID upon check-in.
THOSE WHO SERVE OR HAVE SERVED: If you are a veteran or active-duty Military, member of law enforcement, firefighter, first responder, or hospital worker, select the “Those Who Serve” ticket to save 10%. Please be prepared to present the applicable ID for validation upon check-in.
Discounts and offers may not be combined.
What will I get to see on the tour?
Some of the areas you may get to visit on your stadium tour include: the Al Davis Memorial Torch, Broadcast Booth, Private Suites and Clubs, Raiderette Locker Room, Ubeo Press Conference Room, Raiders Locker Rooms and Field. Tour routes and experiences are subject to change due to availability based on events and activities throughout the Stadium.
Can I purchase tickets at Allegiant Stadium?
Tickets must be purchased online in advance. CLICK HERE to purchase.
How can I purchase tickets?
Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance online. CLICK HERE to purchase. Pending availability, tickets may also be available for purchase at Allegiant Stadium.
How much does a ticket for an Allegiant Stadium Tour cost?
Guided Tour tickets cost $59 and Guided Tour & Drink and a View tickets cost $80.
What are the hours of operation?
All tour dates, times, and stops are subject to frequent changes without notice due to events at Allegiant Stadium. To find out if tours are available for a particular date, please view available tours dates and times here.
What is Drink and a View?
Upgrade your experience to conclude with the amazing sightlines from the Al Davis Memorial Torch at Coors Light Landing with a “Drink and a View” combo ticket. Your first drink is on us, and additional food and beverage options are available as you soak in the panoramic views of Allegiant Stadium’s interior and the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. (Minimum 1 hour experience.)
Where is tour guest parking?
Tour guests are encouraged to park for free in LOT C at the North end of Allegiant Stadium at the corner of Allegiant Stadium Way and Al Davis Way. Please CLICK HERE for more parking information.
Do I need to pay to park at Allegiant Stadium?
Parking is free on non-game days.
Where should I enter?
Tour guests should enter at the north security gate entry point. If there is a line, please notify security that you are a tour guest to reduce your wait time. Please have your mobile tickets ready.
At what age are children required to have an admission ticket?
Children age two (24 months) and older require a ticket; those younger than two years of age are admitted for free and do not require a ticket. Guests of all ages may attend Drink and a View.
How many tickets can I purchase?
There are no limits to the number of tickets you may purchase. Groups exceeding 12 may be split into multiple tours.
Do I need to purchase a Drink and a View ticket for my child?
Yes, all guests age two and older require a Drink and a View ticket for admission into the Drink and a View experience.
Is photography/videography allowed on the tour?
Photography is permitted on the tour except in areas explicitly forbidden by your Tour Host. Photography is not permitted for any commercial use. Videography and other recordings are not permitted at any time while on tour.
Are there any purse or bag restrictions?
Purses, small bags, and backpacks are allowed on the tour but may be subject to x-ray and/or search prior to admission. Oversized bags or luggage will not be permitted on the tour.
Can I bring my luggage?
No, luggage is not permitted anywhere at Allegiant Stadium. Please leave all luggage in your vehicle or at your hotel. Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, and its affiliates are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.
How long is a tour?
Tours last approximately 75 minutes. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.
Do you offer self-guided tours?
No. To ensure an optimum experience, all tours are expertly guided.
Are strollers permitted?
Strollers/wagons are not permitted on the tour. Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, and its affiliates are not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged strollers or items.
How does Allegiant Stadium address unruly or disruptive guests?
The tour at Allegiant Stadium is a shared experience. Any and all guests participating in unruly, disruptive, or disrespectful behavior to other guests or Allegiant Stadium Team Members will be asked to leave without a refund.
Are pets/animals allowed on the tour?
Pets and other animals are not allowed on the tour, except for service animals to aid guests with disabilities.
May I bring my own food and beverage on the tour?
Food is not permitted on the tour. Water in clear, spill-proof containers is permitted. Water and other beverage options will be made available for purchase.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Allegiant Stadium is a cashless venue. Allegiant Stadium accepts all major credit cards, and cash-to-card kiosks are placed around the stadium for those who only bring cash to Allegiant Stadium. Personal or traveler's checks are not accepted.
Do you offer tours in different languages?
Allegiant Stadium tours are currently only available in English.
Are the tours ADA accessible?
Yes, tours are accessible for patrons with disabilities. If you have a disability requiring any type of accommodation, we ask that you email us at least 72 hours advance at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure the requested assistance can be provided. Wheelchairs are available, free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that Allegiant Stadium staff cannot provide special wheelchair assistance on-site. Guests with disabilities who are unable to independently operate their wheelchair should be accompanied by someone able to assist them during the tour. Please review the tab titled "ADA and Accessibility Information" for additional information.
Will there be loud noises and flashing lights?
Yes. Allegiant Stadium tour guests will be subject to loud noises, dark areas and flashing lights.
What if I arrive after my scheduled tour time?
Allegiant Stadium tours begin promptly as scheduled. We ask that you and your party arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled reservation to allow time for parking, health screening, security, and check-in. Please be prepared to present your mobile tour ticket(s) upon check-in. To ensure the quality of the experience for all guests, late arrivals will not be admitted and will not be rescheduled or receive a refund.
Can I re-schedule or cancel my tour?
All sales are final.
Are there any prohibited items on the tour?
The following items are not permitted on Allegiant Stadium tours:
- Aerosol cans
- Animals (except service animals)
- Balloons or other inflatables
- Commercial audio/video recording equipment (including tripods)
- Confetti or glitter
- Drones and unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV)
- Firearms or weapons of any kind
- Fireworks or missile-like objects
- Illegal substances or drug paraphernalia
- Laser pointers
- Noisemaking devices
- Selfie sticks
- T-shirts or clothing items with vulgar language or phrasing
Allegiant Stadium and the Las Vegas Raiders take the health and safety of its guests, employees and staff very seriously. In response to rising COVID-19 cases, and in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State of Nevada Emergency Directive 047, all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a face mask while inside the stadium.
The State of Nevada & CDC do not currently require proof of vaccination to attend events.
Allegiant Stadium’s COVID-19 protocols are subject to change as additional information is discovered or provided by the State of Nevada & the CDC.
Allegiant Stadium and the Las Vegas Raiders are committed to providing a first-class experience for all of our guests, including guests with disabilities. All tours are accessible by patrons with disabilities and dedicated team members are available to work with you in order to provide reasonable accommodations for your tour experience. In order to speak with someone regarding the need for an accommodation, please contact email@example.com prior to booking your tour.
Where is tour guest ADA parking?
Tour guests are encouraged to park for free in LOT C at the North end of Allegiant Stadium at the corner of Allegiant Stadium Way and Al Davis Way. Accessible and handicap parking is available in LOT C as depicted. If any guest needs to be dropped off at the entrance, they may do so from Al Davis Way outside of the Allegiant Stadium Tour Check-In. Please CLICK HERE for a depiction of these parking areas.
Are service animals allowed on the tour?
Yes, service animals are permitted to aid guests with disabilities.
Are there wheelchairs available for use at Allegiant Stadium?
Wheelchairs are available, free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that Allegiant Stadium staff cannot provide special wheelchair assistance on-site. Guests with disabilities who are unable to independently operate their wheelchair should be accompanied by someone able to assist them during the tour. If you know of your wheelchair need in advance, we ask that you email us at least 72 hours advance at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to reserve use of a wheelchair.
As a reminder, tours are approximately 75 minutes in length and include over one (1) mile of walking. If you or anyone in your party is using assistance devices such as crutches, canes, walkers or scooters, please consider whether a wheelchair would be preferred while on the tour. Please be aware that Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders, and its affiliates are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items left behind while on a tour.