10 Best Super Bowl Destinations

Most people watch little sport with the holidays, supporting their team from colder regions. With that in mind, here are the best Super Bowl destinations from our perspective.

The first time the NFL held a Super Bowl in Dallas, it was a problem. But every first-time host has its issues, and you can’t control the weather.

Dallas, Texas

The Super Bowl has already been contested in both of these California cities, most recently in 2016.

Palo Alto and Santa Clara, California

Two times the league tried it in Detroit. The first time in Pontiac, a nearby suburb, in 1982. But then they held a Super Bowl in the enclosed downtown facility where the Lions play.

Detroit, Michigan

New York City has an indoor stadium to host the Super Bowl. But it's hard to imagine the NFL not coming back to its biggest market and biggest city in the country.

New York, New York

The league keeps coming back to Tampa as the Florida Gulf Coast city has hosted as many as five Super Bowls, including Super Bowl LV in 2021.

Tampa, Florida

It’s not idyllic by any measure, but it is close to Phoenix and Scottsdale and other popular areas of Arizona. If you feel adventurous, you can even drive to Las Vegas. 

Glendale, Arizona

Although this is where it all began some 57 years ago the old Los Angeles Coliseum isn’t likely to host any more Super Bowls.

Los Angeles, California

If you’re looking to combine your passion for football with a little vacation, this is the spot. It is as far south as you can get and as warm as you can possibly get.

Miami, Florida

The cool thing about New Orleans is that the game is almost an afterthought. This is truly a party town that celebrates almost anything.

New Orleans, Louisiana

Not everybody can get to a premier destination for the Super Bowl, but many do consider it a national holiday. Having a party, or attending a party.

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