The LSU football stadium. Better known as 'Death Valley', Tiger Stadium is the most dreaded road site in America. The Tigers have drawn more than 15 million fans since 1957. The East stadium was built in 1926, west in 1932, north in 1937, south in 1957, and more additions were completed in 1978 and 2000. The original seating capacity was 12,000 in 1926 and the total capacity now is 92,600 making Tiger Stadium the 4th largest on-campus stadium in the country.
Tour Tiger Stadium and see some of the iconic areas within Death Valley! Book your tour online and see some of the highlights of the Tiger Stadium including a walk through the Jeff Boss Locker Room, the same facility the Tigers use on game day. You'll also be able to walk through the chute and touch the "WIN" bar.
Other stops along the 45-minute tour include the Bill Lawton Room, where many of LSU's championship trophies and other memorabilia is housed; the Ready Room, and the North Stadium Plaques display where LSU's national award winners are recognized outside of Tiger Stadium.
Parking for tour goers is located in the metered spaces located on West Stadium Drive just outside the Lawton Room. Metered spaces are also available in Lot 401, which is located off of South Stadium Drive.
Tours will begin at the Lawton Room, located on the northwest corner of Tiger Stadium and fans are asked to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to tour time. Tickets for tours much be purchased at least 24 hours in advance.