Twickenham Stadium Tour

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Twickenham Stadium
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  • Savour a guided tour of Twickenham Stadium, the world’s largest and most iconic rugby venue.
  • Visit the England dressing room, take a seat in the royal box and feel the atmosphere of the players’ tunnel.
  • Discover the history of the 82,000-seat stadium and learn all about how players prepare for a match.
  • See memorabilia from all eras in the World Rugby Museum, including the RFU and Harry Langton rugby collections.

Don’t miss the chance to explore the home of English rugby on a guided tour of Twickenham Stadium. See the inner workings of the incredible 82,000-seat stadium and go behind-the-scenes with an expert rugby guide, who can tailor the tour to your interests. Journey through the stadium halls, take a peek at the royal box, and discover the routines and preparations of players as they get ready for international games in the England dressing room. Imagine the uproar and celebration from the crowds as you run out of the players’ tunnel to the pitch side and marvel at the magnificent views from the iconic arena from the top of the stand.

Immerse yourself in rugby history at the Wold Rugby Museum. The expansive collection includes over 41,000 recorded objects, 11,300 photographs and 16,500 pieces of archival pieces from the Rugby Football Union (RFU) collection, the RFU Rugby Archive and the Harry Langton Collection. Young rugby fans will love the chance to see the world’s oldest international football trophy, the Calcutta Cup, as well as the world’s oldest international football sweater from England’s very first match in 1871. Some of the best fun lies within the interactive galleries where you can discover ‘What Kind of Rugby Player’ you are in the Play Rugby Zone, or try out your commenting techniques in the Commentary Booth.

The Twickenham Stadium Tour is a must visit for rugby fans big and small! If you're more of a footie fan, why not head out on a Chelsea or Arsenal stadium tour instead?

What to know before you go

  • Your ticket includes a guided tour of Twickenham Stadium and the World Rugby Museum in English, access to the player’s tunnel, the dressing room, the royal box, the top of the stand and pitchside, 20% off food and drink on the day of your visit at the Side-Step Bar at the Marriott Hotel, Twickenham and 10% off purchases made on the day of your visit at the England Rugby Store.
  • Children under 5 go free. An insurance disclaimer must be signed before admittance as the stadium’s insurance will not cover them.
  • Kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.  
  • The starting time of the tours are Tuesday - Friday 11am, 1pm, 3pm, Saturday 10.30am, 12pm, 1.30pm, 3pm and Sunday and bank holidays 12pm and 2pm.
  • The duration of the tour is 1 hour and 45 minutes.
  • On arrival, present your smartphone ticket at the admission desk at the England Rugby Store in the south stand. Bring a valid ID if your tickets were reduced or free.
  • Changes may be possible for this ticket.
  • By selecting free cancellation when booking your ticket, you can cancel until 11.59pm on the day before your visit.
  • There are a number of places to eat and drink at various levels in the stadium. The Side-Step Bar at the Marriott Hotel in Twickenham serves burgers and sharing plates.
  • The Twickenham Stadium Tour is wheelchair accessible.
  • Buggies are permitted on the stadium tour.
  • There are accessible toilets on each level and baby-changing facilities available.

Getting there

  • Twickenham station is a 10-minute walk away to Twickenham stadium. It is served by South Western trains. St. Margaret’s and Whitton station are both approximately a 20-minute walk away.
  • The closest Tube station is Richmond, which serves the District line and the Overground. From Richmond station, it’s a short train ride to Twickenham station and a 10-minute stroll to the stadium.
  • If you are arriving by bus, routes 267, 281, 481 681 and H20 are all a short walk to the stadium.
  • If you are driving, there is free on-site parking available.  

Read more about Twickenham Stadium here.

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Rugby jerseys exhibited at the World Rugby Museum.
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