Tour of Wembley Stadium
Take a look at this Experience in Wembley, Middlesex.
Opened in 2007 to replace the original national stadium, the new Wembley has become recognisable as one of the most famous venues in football. Get behind the scenes to experience this fantastic stadium as never before with a fully guided 90 minute tour, delving into parts of the stadium usually reserved for the privileged few. Begin beneath the original 1966 World Cup Final crossbar before taking the manager’s hot seat in the press room and feeling the spirit of the England dressing room. Emerge from the players’ tunnel to the roar of the crowd, talk tactics from the dugout and climb the sacred 107 steps to the Royal Box to grip the cup. Sports fans of all ages will take home memories to relish forever.
Tours run seven days a week depending on fixtures and stadium operations (excluding event days).
The tour lasts around 75 minutes. They start at 10am and the last one is at 3pm.
Expect to share the tour with up to 40 other Wembley fans.
Dress code is casual. The tour includes steps and some sections are outdoors, so wear comfy shoes and bring a brolly if it’s a wet day (and a camera of course).
There is no age restriction but anybody under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.