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The Wembley Stadium Tour in London helps you in exploring the exquisite behind-the scenes of the England’s largest music and sports venue. Taking you deeper in to the soul of this glamorous and distinguished, their award-winning tour helps you explore a bit more, covering a visit to the Dressing Rooms, Pitch side, the iconic Royal Box, as well as the Press Conference Room, Players’ Tunnel.
A Day in Life at England’s National Stadium
Be the first to explore their wide range of new Tour zones, The Walk of Legends and The Crossbar Exhibition. With new and first-time displayed historical wonders, we have unlocked the Wembley archives to display the heritage, rich history, and origins of the stadium dating back as far as 1924’s great British Empire Exhibition. Your Tour will start as soon as you step in, providing you an opportunity to view these regions at your holiday after which, their dedicated Tour Hosts will professionally escort you around all the major attractions across the stadium.
The Wembley Stadium tour can consist of visits to the VIP Club Wembley Middle Tier for an astounding panoramic photographs, the Player’s Tunnel, the Press Conference Room of the Manager, the Royal Box, and the Home Dressing Room of England where the mighty 3 Lions get set for each match. You will get an opportunity to explore the region where the players go, explore what they see, and get an idea of their excitement, feeling and passion. The tour is completely guided by seasoned ambassadors of this prolific stadium who improve every visit with their expert knowledge and passion.
Wembley is unquestionably the most popular stadium on the planet and, as per Pele, the ‘Cathedral of Football’. England’s national stadium, which re-established in 2007, hosts regular events such as the England internationals, Emirates FA Cup Final, the SkyBet Play-Off Finals, the Capital One Cup Final, the NFL International Series, the RFL Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final, Concerts and a lot more. Wembley also hosted the Men’s and Women’s Football Finals during the 2012 London Olympics apart from hosting the spectacular UEFA Champions League Finals in 2011 and 2013 which were watched by more than 600 million spectators around the world, put together.
The Exhibition of Champions is one of the most sought after attractions here, which features holistic celebration of the European football history. At this exhibit, you get an opportunity to discover prize exhibits like 2005 captain's armband of ex-Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard's, Manchester United jersey of David Beckham from their phenomenal 1999 season, as well as the three winners' medals of Graeme Souness' from 1978, 1981 and 1984, along with several other promising and rare memoirs.
The Royal Box is another spectacular attraction at England’s National Stadium, which features a replica of the FA Cup. You can easily move in to explore the state-of-the-art Royal Box and get a once in a lifetime opportunity to hold the replica and adore it.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets to Wembley Stadium Tour can be purchased online or directly from the main entrance of the stadium. Since queues can be long and time consuming, it makes sense for you to purchase tickets online and bypass the line to directly enter the stadium.
How To Get Around?
You can comfortably walk around the Wembley Stadium Tour to explore all available attractions, including the Royal Box and team dressing room, which are at comfortable walking distance from each other.
What Should I Wear?
Feel free to wear anything that makes you feel comfortable all day long. Jeans, trousers, shorts, or skirt, denim, trousers, etc. are all great options while going on a mesmerizing Wembley Stadium Tour. Sunscreen is recommended during midsummers while you must prefer to pack in a few extra layers while visiting the wide open Wembley Stadium during evenings and winters since the winds are cold and hasty during the said times.
Best Time to Visit
While the stadium is open for visitors all year long. Considering the weather in this part of the world, May to December is generally regarded as the best times to plan a Wembley Stadium Tour in London. London is most visited during the month of summer and spring, when the weather is comfortable. During the month of December, tourism is at peak so the prices may be on the higher side. Considering all these factors, you may choose an ideal time to visit London.
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Will I Need a Guide?
You do not need to hire a guide to go on a Wembley Stadium Tour. Moving around is easy and leading attractions, along with the Royal Box and Team Dressing Rooms, are at walking distance from each other. All other essential information is available on this website.
How To Get There?
London Airport is the nearest landmark for overseas visitors. You may reach the Wembley Stadium Tour the airport through Uber, private cab, personal car, rental car, bus, metro, etc. Easy accommodations are available in London and you may ask the hoteliers to arrange a roundtrip for you to the Wembley Stadium.
Dress to comfort and avoid high heels as you might have to walk a while exploring the spectacular stadium and all attractions within its premise.