Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium – The Ultimate Open House

Each fall and spring, the city I live in has a Parade of Homes.  This is an opportunity to see many different types of homes.  The fun really begins when you look at the truly elaborate homes and see the overly large rooms, the decked out basements, and all the neat gadgets that were added to the most expensive houses.  Another impressive home sitting just west of Interstate 25 in Denver, Colorado is available for Bronco fans to tour, and I highly suggest everyone go.

To celebrate the new Mile High turning ten years old this year, you may want to find time to take a tour of the Broncos’ home – the ultimate open house!  Many of us have seen the stadium through our televisions or have been fortunate to attend Bronco games in person, but you haven’t really seen the stadium until you have taken the stadium tour.

The stadium tour, which begins in the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum, visits the following areas:

  • Private suite
  • United Club Level
  • Budweiser Champions Club
  • Television booth
  • Media center
  • Visitor’s Locker Room
  • The Keg Room
  • Field level

In addition to the above areas, one aspect that true Bronco fans will enjoy is the various framed pictures and newspaper articles from past Bronco seasons that decorate the halls surrounding the private suites.  As you stroll throughout the stadium, be sure to have your camera ready for many great photo opportunities within the stadium, as well as the skyline of downtown Denver.  Before leaving, fans can also stop at The Team Store to purchase their favorite Bronco memorabilia.

Visit www.denverbroncos.com or www.invescofieldatmilehigh.com for tour details (hours, prices, etc.) and interesting facts of the stadium sitting a mile above sea level.

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Topics: Denver Broncos, Invesco Field At Mile High Stadium

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