Wembley Stadium, home of the England football team and a prestigious venue for concerts and other international sporting events.
From England's glorious World Cup victory in 1966, the unforgettable Live Aid concert in 1985, FC Barcelona's stunning UEFA Champion's League triumph in 2011 or the historic ongoing tradition of the FA Cup Final, the Wembley Stadium Tour gives you the chance to relive your greatest moments, and create some new ones, as you go behind-the-scenes at the most famous stadium in the world.
This 90,000 seater stadium is the second largest in Europe and features a partially retractable roof and the famous "Wembley Arch"; both signature features of the stadium. Opening in 2007, the "New Wembley" was built on the same spot as the former stadium that hosted such historical spectacles as England's glorious World Cup Victory in 1966 and the Live Aid concert of 1985.
The Wembley Stadium Tour allows you to relive these moments and many new ones with a truly interactive guided tour that's not to be missed.
Tickets are booked through 365 Tickets.
Days of operation:
Tours run daily at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00 and 16:00 with more tours added at peak periods.
The tour does not open on event days and certain dates before/after events.
The tour lasts for 75 minutes and includes visits to the Dressing Rooms, Press Room, Player’s Tunnel, Pitchside and the Royal Box for a photograph with the replica FA Cup. It is a fully guided experience that, although only conducted in English, is extremely visual and interactive.
There is a cafe that visitors can enjoy before/after the tour for soft drinks, sandwiches and light snacks.
Bookings are subject to availability. Where a time is not available customers will be contacted with alternatives or offered a full refund.
Please note, you will require a printed copy of your ticket.
Bookings are made by 365Tickets. If you have any questions about your booking, please call 365Tickets on (0)20 3540 7707 or email email@example.com.
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