Twickenham Stadium Tour
Twickenham Stadium is the iconic Home of England Rugby.
On a behind-the-scenes guided stadium tour you will learn how a ‘Cabbage Patch’ became the world’s most famous rugby stadium; from hosting its first international in 1910 to delivering the spectacular 2015 Rugby World Cup, Twickenham has cemented its reputation as rugby’s greatest stage.
Twickenham is primarily a rugby stadium and used for England home matches for the Old Mutual Wealth Series against Southern Hemisphere opposition and the RBS 6 Nations for the annual European competition. It also host a number of other rugby matches each year from Harlequins Big Game at Christmas, the end of season Aviva Premiership Cup Final, the Varsity Match between Oxford and Cambridge and the NatWest Schools Final. Away from rugby the stadium has hosted concerts including the Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Help for Heroes and Rhianna. In 2016 the stadium held its first NFL match.
On a guided tour access some of the most exclusive parts of the stadium. Take a seat in the England Dressing room, absorb the atmosphere in the royal box, visit the VIP areas used to entertain guest on match days, get a birds eye view from the top of a stand and imagine the roar of the crowd as you run out of the players’ tunnel to pitch side.
Tuesday - Friday 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00.
Closed 16 April 2017.
Tours will not operate on or around match/event dates.
It is advisable to pre-book a tour as places per tour are limited. 020 8892 8877
Opening times may vary. Please check website for details.
Phone number: 020 8892 8877
For further information and opening times please visit: http://www.englandrugby.com/twickenham/world-rugby-museum/
Please check website for details.
Disabled access: Yes
Suitable for children: No