Gillette Stadium is known for its 12-story lighthouse and overarching pedestrian bridge at its entrance. But behind the scenes are myriad tunnels and rooms that house the New England Patriots, their visiting teams and all the space needed to make everything happen on game day. That includes the press box, where hundreds of journalists gather to cover the game.
Did you know:
The stadium is available for events, like weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs.
Gillette Stadium seats 68,756 people.
There are eight ATMs on multiple levels.
All seats are 19 to 21 inches wide with arm rests and cup holders.
The pro shop is 7,200 square feet.
Among the many access ways are three main ramps: Patriot Place Ramp, which is six football fields long and provides access from field level; Bank of America Ramp, which is about four football fields long and provides access from the Plaza level or Main Concourse level; and the uBid.com Ramp, which is about five football fields long and also provides access from the Plaza level or Main Concourse level.