About Edward Jones Dome
Edward Jones Dome is located at 901 N Broadway in St. Louis, Missouri. It resides in the 63101 zip code.
Edward Jones Dome has a capacity of 66,000
Ground was broken on July 13, 1992, with the official opening of the Edward Jones Dome being held on November 12, 1995
The Edward Jones Dome is home to the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League and has been the host of the FIRST Robotics World Championship since 2011 and the COGIC International Holy Convocation since 2009
There are five popular routes to take when driving to the Edward Jones Dome. I-64, I-44, I-55, I-270 and I-55/70 from Illinois are all primary interstates taken.
Take Highway 40 to Broadway exit, or Last Missouri Exit. Make a left on Cerre Street at the end of the ramp (one-way east) and head to 4th Street. Make a left on 4th Street to Washington Avenue. Turn left on Washington Avenue to 9th Street for the Broadway Central entrance to the Dome. Make a right on 9th Street (one-way) to Cole Street. Make a right on Cole Street to Broadway and a right on Broadway to Broadway Central entrance, which is located in the center of the block between entries C and B.
Near downtown, I-44 intersects with I-55/70. Exit as the interstates merge at the downtown exit of Memorial Drive. Take Memorial Drive to Washington Avenue. Turn left on Washington Avenue to 9th Street (one-way) for the Broadway Central entrance to the Dome. Make a right on 9th Street to Cole Street and a right on Cole Street to Broadway (one-way). Make a right on Broadway (one-way south) to Broadway Central entrance, which is located in the center of the block between entries C and B.
See above direction after I-44 merge.
I-270 does intersect with I-55, I-70, I-44 and Highway 40 at various points, but does not extend into downtown St. Louis.
From Illinois (I-55/70) via Poplar St. Bridge
Exit Poplar St. Bridge via the Memorial Drive exit (one-way north). Take Memorial Drive to Washington Avenue. Turn left on Washington Avenue to 9th Street (one-way) for the Broadway Central entrance to the Dome. Make a right on 9th Street to Cole Street and a right on Cole Street to Broadway (one-way). Make a right on Broadway (one-way south) to Broadway Central entrance, which is located in the center of the block between entries C and B.
There are three largely populated parking lots fans can park their vehicles in on game day. They are called the McGuire Lot, Baer Park and the Trailways Lot.
The McGuire Lot is located directly north of the stadium, spanning from Cole Street to Biddle Street between N 6th Street and N Broadway. Baer Park is located directly east of the stadium between N Broadway and N 4th Street and spans from Cole Street to Convention Plaza. The Trailways Lot is located just southeast of the stadium between N Broadway and N 4th Street and spans from Conventional Plaza to Lucas Avenue
Gate Locations and openings
There are four main gate locations surrounding the Edward Jones Dome. They are labeled alphabetically from A-D. Entrance A is located at the southwest corner of the stadium at Conventional Plaza and Broadway and particularly accommodates sections 114-127, 314-326, and 414-427. Entrance B is located at the southeast corner of the stadium at Convention Plaza and 7th Street. It particularly accommodates sections 128-140, 328-340, and 428-440. Entrance C is located at the northeast corner of the stadium at Cole Street and Broadway. It most closely services sections 101-113, 302-313 and 401-413. Entrance D is located at the northwest corner of the stadium at Cole Street and 9th Street and accommodates seating sections 141-154, 341-353 and 441-453.
If taking a bag to the game, its size must not exceed 12 inches x 6 inches x 12 inches and small clutch bags must be no larger than 4.5 inches x 6.5 inches. One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags are permissible, however, the NFL strongly encourages fans not to bring bags of any type to the game. All bags are subject to inspection. If any person does not comply with staff rules and regulations, they risk being denied entrance into the venue.
Edward Jones Dome Information
Edward Jones Dome Club Sections & Lounges
VIP parking adjacent to the stadium, pre-game field passes (specifics dependent upon term), in-game recognition on stadium ribbon board scroll. Excellent view of the field from theatre-style seating.
New HDTVs with NFL Sunday Ticket.
Private restroom, coat closet and locking safe.
Private lounge, including refrigerator and ice maker.
Dedicated concierge service and suite attendant.
Exclusive Club with contemporary lounge atmosphere. All-inclusive upscale buffet and full open bar. VIP parking pass for every four (4) seats. Private entrance and restrooms. Dedicated concierge and in-seat beverage service.
Private setting with modern lounge and various HDTVs. Full open bar including premium liquor and beer. VIP parking pass for every four (4) seats. All-inclusive buffet featuring Sub Zero Vodka Bar signature items. Dedicated concierge and in-seat beverage service.
Complimentary food, draft beer, house wine and non-alcoholic beverages. HDTVs throughout the Rams Club with NFL Sunday Ticket. Access to Club Level lounges and the Rams Club restaurant.
Exclusive access to the private Club Level, dedicated lounges and signature bars. Upscale food and beverage selection. New HDTVs with NFL Sunday Ticket. Bottomless popcorn and soda with purchase. Dedicated Club Level concierge service.