Raymond James Stadium is proud to offer exclusive behind-the scenes tours during preparations for the College Football Playoff National Championship. Tour guests will have backstage access to many different aspects and workings of the stadium. This one-hour journey through the stadium includes a visit to the field, locker room corridor, a private suite, the Hall of Fame Club, a visit to the signature pirate ship area and more. Public walk-up tours are available at the times below and private tours have select availability for groups of 25 or more. Call 813-350-6500 or view the tour calendar or purchase tickets below.



  • $18 for Adults (Ages 12+) 
  • $15 for Seniors (55+) / Military 
  • $12 for Children (Ages 5-11) 
  • Free for Children ages 4 and under



  • The tour is appropriate for all ages
  • Raymond James Stadium is a fully accessible facility
  • Check the current schedule listed on our website or call 813-350-6500 to verify tour availability on the day you plan to come
  • Arrive at the tour entrance, which is located at the East Club, no less than 20 minutes prior to the tour time
  • Wear comfortable shoes as each tour is nearly one mile of walking
  • Tour route is subject to change based on stadium operations
  • We offer credit/debit for payment of stadium tours
  • Online tour purchasing is available for up to 24 hours before your intended tour while spots are still available
  • If you purchased the tour online, please bring your photo ID and tour confirmation with you
  • We recommend using the restroom prior to the tour
  • Please note there are no food and beverages available to purchase on site during the tour
  • All bags subject to search upon arrival


Raymond James Stadium Tampa Sports Authority 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 350-6500

  • Enter Raymond James Stadium from Himes Avenue
  • Enter Lot B; check in with security guard at the parking entrance
  • Park in Lot 4, located on the Northeast corner of the stadium. Parking is free.
  • Follow the signage and walk down to the large glass windows, where the tour with start there at the East Club