Paul Brown Stadium Parking

Paul Brown Stadium

Parking at Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati Bengals

Paul Brown Stadium (The Jungle) is home to the Cincinnati Bengals NFL team in Cincinnati, Ohio. The arena’s exact address on the banks riverfront is 1 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202. The Bengals Stadium sits about a half-mile away from The Great American Ball Park which is where the Cincinnati Reds MLB team plays. If you are looking for The Great American Ball Park Parking, you can check out that link. Outside of football games, Paul Brown Stadium has many events, and music festivals like Kenny Chesney perform at their venue.


Paul Brown Stadium Handicap Parking

All parking spaces have handicap spaces for Bengals fans to use for NFL games. Bengals fans will need to show a valid parking pass and state-issued license plate to leave their vehicle in the parking lots. Accessible parking options are at a first-come-first-served basis, so its best to arrive early for NFL games. Handicap parking for Paul Brown Stadium does not require being a season ticket holder. Lot 1, which is on the corner of Pete Rose Way, can be used for single-game handicap parking.


Can you Tailgate at the Stadium?

Tailgating is part of the fan experience when coming to a Cincinnati Bengals NFL football game. In addition to tailgating, parking lots open up at 8:00 AM and continue up to kick-off. You will find fans playing music, grilling, and having fun hours before kick-off, so show up early to join in the festivities.


How Much are the Paul Brown Stadium Parking Lots?

To reserve your parking spot, visit the Paul Brown Stadium SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up. 

If you plan to park in the Paul Brown Stadium parking lots, you can expect to pay around $30. Downtown Cincinnati has many parking garages and lots for fans to use as well for Bengals games. Parking lot prices in these garages can go as low as $6 if you are willing to walk about twenty minutes to the stadium. The $6 parking lot is on 690 E Pete Rose Way.


Should I Take Public Transportation?

Fans looking to take public transportation to a Bengals football game can use the Queen City Metro and TANK. Queen City Metro has transportation options throughout Hamilton County and Cincinnati. TANK (Transportation of Northern Kentucky) has busses that brings fans from Kentucky to the stadium on game day. Fans can use a rideshare program, like Uber or Lyft, to get to the facility for games and events too.


Popular NFL Matches for the Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals draw many fans into their stadium each year for NFL games. Games against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets and Cleveland Browns all draw in many fans. The San Francisco 49ers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals, and New England Patriots are popular games too. Outside of regular seasons games, fans can consider going to a preseason game to get cheap tickets. Preseason football games generally have less interest and cost, so this is a great option for fans looking to catch their first Bengals game.