19. Lincoln Financial Field
Home of the Philadelphia Eagles
Coolest feature: Has a giant sports bar next door for people who want to tailgate and watch the game, but don't have tickets.
Fun fact: The stadium attempted to ban outside food (including the almighty Philly cheesesteak). The ban lasted ONE WEEK before they had to change it, because fans (justifiably) lost their minds.
The outside of Lincoln Financial Field is a land of wonder and joy (and fisticuffs). It's the best part of every game, because out there, the Eagles haven't yet disappointed their fans in spectacularly new and innovative ways.
You can take the Broad Street Line to avoid traffic AND start drinking early. Tailgates are unequivocally the best part of an Eagles game, because you can't lose the tailgate like you can the home opener, season finale, every rivalry, and the NFC Championship Game. For the cheap fans (most of us), you can still tailgate the game and watch every disappointing minute next door at XFINITY Live!, where you chase sorrows with mechanical bull rides and light-up shots of Rumchata (just me?). The inside of the Linc is a hellscape where dreams and civility go after their undignified death. But say this for the joint: Eagles fans will never, ever let you forget where you are. You’re guaranteed to leave with new memories, kind of a feat for a weekend afternoon in Pennsylvania. -- Erin Weaver, Senior Social Media Editor