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Wembley Stadium Guided Tour – Pitch & Changing Rooms

Wembley Stadium Tour
Where? Wembley Stadium, Stadium Way, Wembley When? Every day (except event days) Tours every 15-60 mins from 9.30 AM to 5 PM Price? From £25 Buses: 18, 83, 92, 182, 224 Bus fares Trains: The closest station is Wembley Park Jubilee Metropolitan Train fares

Re-live some of sport's greatest moments as you go behind-the-scenes at Wembley Stadium.

Player's changing rooms and press room

Inside the player's changing roomPhoto:
Inside the player's changing room

After meeting your guide by the Bobby Moore statue outside, you'll be taken into the heart of the stadium to see the changing rooms and conference room where the manager gets grilled by the post-game press.

Sitting inside the press conference roomPhoto:
Sitting inside the press conference room

Go pitchside and lift a replica FA Cup

Then you'll experience some of the nerves and tension that teams must feel as they walk down the player's tunnel, before going pitch-side to touch the hallowed Wembley turf. You'll even be able to climb the trophy winner's steps and lift a replica FA Cup!

Wembley Stadium Museum

When the tour is over you'll have time to explore the museum and see some of Wembley's treasures from as far back as the British Empire Exhibition of 1924, through the days of the iconic Twin Towers, right up to the building of its 440-meter-high arch.

Wembley Stadium MuseumPhoto:

Highlights include the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England's World Cup win in 1966, the crossbar that gave us a helping hand for our final goal, and some medals and mementoes from when London hosted the Olympic Games.

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Your comments and questions

Dad We had a nice little tour of Wembley, just me and my kid who is mad about football. We saw the changing rooms and ran out onto the pitch, and the lad had his photo taken with a cup. I still don't think the new stadium is a patch on the old one from my football days, but my kid hasn't got the same memories of the place so he loves it. He enjoyed it

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