It is safe to say, those of us in “Panthers Nation” are in mourning this week after a heartbreaking loss to the Denver Broncos for the 2016 Championship title. Even more than a soul crushing loss, we’re mourning the conclusion of the 2015-2016 football season. How are we to live without football until September 8, 2016? Aladdin Travel has you covered with our Ultimate NFL Stadium Guide! Hop in the car this off season and road trip to our top five stadiums for a behind the scenes look at the magic of football. 

1. Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin
The NFL’s only historic gem, this home to the Green Bay Packers hosts 80,735 seats. Be sure to take your “Lambeau Leap” after scoring a touchdown.   

2. AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Home to the Dallas Cowboys, this 80,000 seat stadium boasts the largest scoreboard in the NFL. While on your tour, stop at the art gallery housed in the largest domed building in the world.  

3. Century Link Stadium, Seattle, Washington
This stadium may be tiny but packs a big punch with the acoustics. The Seattle Seahawks are close to unstoppable in their 67,000 seat home known as the 12th man. 

4. Met Life Stadium, Meadowlands, New Jersey
Currently the only stadium in the league to house not one, but two teams, from the same state (not New Jersey). Met Life never takes a weekend off flip flopping 82,500 seats between the New York Jets and my personal favorite, the New York Giants. 

5. Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colorado
The highest stadium in the league serves as the home to this year’s champions, the Denver Broncos. With 76,125 seats, there isn’t a bad view in the entire stadium.  

Honorable mentions:

University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona
This video says it all.

Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida 
With a pirate ship in the middle of the seats, how could you not have a great time in this stadium?

Take some time this off season to nurse your broken hearts and enjoy the history of the sport. Now, who’s ready for some baseball?