Tampa: Raymond James Stadium Tours Allow You To Walk On The Field
The 2023 Tampa Bay Buccaneers officially take their home field for the first time on Sunday September 17. And now, you can also take the field at Raymond James Stadium, as the team announced their tours will allow fans to walk the field.
In addition, “this 75-minute-long walking journey will give you backstage access to many different aspects and workings of the stadium,” the Bucs stated.
These stadium tours are offered daily at 2 pm, Monday through Thursday. Select Friday and Saturday tours will occasionally be available as well. Tours must be booked in advance. A single ticket to partake in one of these group tours is relatively inexpensive. In adult ticket is listed as $12.42. Meanwhile, children, senior, and military tickets are all under $10. If you have a group of 10 people or more, you can request a private tour. Lastly, kids age four and under get to go on the tour for free.
What Else Do You See At The Bucs Stadium Tour?
Walking the same field Tom Brady won the Super Bowl on two years ago is not the only thing you are in for. This Raymond James Stadium tour will also take you into the visiting team’s locker room. The University of South Florida plays many home games here, and you will take a walk inside their home locker room as well. Furthermore, you will go inside the Stadium Club, a luxury suite, and hall of fame club. Of course, no tour of Raymond James Stadium is complete without hitting up the pirate ship.
The tour starts at Gate D. This is accessible via lot D which is located east of Dale Mabry highway. Tours are underway this week. This means, maybe you will be at the midfield 50-yard-line before the team captains. Or perhaps, you’ll warm up the end zone for Mike Evans.
The Buccaneers have their last pre-season game of the year this Saturday at home vs. the Baltimore Ravens. They will then have eight home games and nine away games this upcoming season.