Located at the north end of Lincoln Financial Field , HeadHouse Plaza is 100,000 square feet devoted to Eagles’ fans. Get your gear at the team shop, grab a bite to eat, then head to the Miller Lite Tailgate Zone, which is full of games and entertainment for kids and adults.
The stand alone building is open all year long and contains the Eagles ticket office, pro shop and the members-only Red Zone Lounge and Suites.
Amenities & More
PETA named Lincoln Financial Field on its list of vegetarian-friendly NFL stadiums.
With almost 70,000 hungry fans to feed, Lincoln Financial serves up some of the top local favorites with a few specialties of their own. You won’t have any problems finding a cheesesteak, with venerable stands like Tony Luke’s and Chickie’s & Pete’s.
Other Philly favorites on hand include the Schmitter from McNally’s Tavern, Federal Pretzels and Bassett’s Original Burgers. Lincoln Financial Field made it onto PETA’s list of the most vegetarian-friendly NFL stadiums due to its wealth of meat-free options. Kosher and gluten-free fare is also available.
The venue — which is LEED Gold certified by the U.S. Green Building Council — is also one of the first sports arenas to have a state-of-the-art sensory room and has been certified as a sensory-inclusive stadium by KultureCity.
Getting There & Tickets
For those driving into the city, Lincoln Financial Field is easily accessible from I-95 and I-76. Parking is plentiful — the whole sports complex has with over 21,000 spots available and Lincoln Financial Field has more than 2,000. Parking costs $40 for cars and $80 for oversized vehicles during Eagles games.