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110,000 people are lined up to tour the Vikings' stadium

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The welcome mat is out at the U.S. Bank Stadium and this weekend promises to be the biggest open house.

Thousands of curious football fans and those who just want to get up close to the new giant building will jam the new Minneapolis East Town area this Saturday and Sunday.

More than 110,000 tickets have been distributed for free tours of the new home of the Minnesota Vikings – meaning it's going to be packed at the stadium this weekend. In August, U.S. Bank Stadium will open its doors for shows, events and, soon, Vikings football.

If you are interested in taking part in this open house, go to the official website at http://www.usbankstadium.com/

And check out the website here for a photo gallery time lapse of the construction.

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