Hello Wembley! Book Your Tickets For A Stadium Tour

Aashita Dhingra
Apr 27, 2022 By Aashita Dhingra
Originally Published on Apr 27, 2022
Hello Wembley! Book Your Tickets For A Stadium Tour

Wembley Stadium is the UK's biggest sports stadium, and this award-winning tour will take you to every nook and corner of the stadium that is not accessible to regular people.

The 75-minute tour is enough to explore all the highlights of the stadium like the press conference room, the Royal Box, the England home dressing room, the players' tunnel, the changing room, and much more.

Football fans from London and all over the world are astonished by the majestic nature of the largest stadium in the UK and here you get a chance to explore all the attractions within.

Check out the 1966 World Cup crossbar, the original flag from the 1948 Olympic Games of London, the Jules Rimet Trophy, and a lot more on this guided tour.

Book Wembley Stadium tour tickets now.

About Wembley Stadium Tour

What is Wembley Stadium famous for?

This stadium is known for being the national stadium of the country and is located in London. It's also the biggest stadium in the country. Wembley is the second-largest stadium in all of Europe and the biggest sports venue in the UK. It has 90,000 seats.

The biggest events in the country are hosted in this stadium. The 1966 World Cup final, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the get-up-on-the-seat events of EURO ’96, and the 2015 Rugby World Cup were all held here.

Apart from being big, the stadium is also beautiful and striking and people just fall in love with it at first sight. The arch above the stadium is 436 ft (133 m) tall and is known to be the longest single-span roof support structure in the world.

There is even a sliding roof in the Wembley Stadium. Be it entertainment or sports, the new pitch, PA system, and the floodlights are perfect for everyone.

Book tickets for a Wembley Stadium tour today and enjoy something spectacular in every corner of the premises.

Did you know that Wembley Stadium has a circumference of 0.6 mi (1 km)? There are eight restaurants, 34 bars, 98 kitchens, and 688 drinks and food service points within the stadium.

What is included in the Wembley Stadium tour?

This is a behind-the-scenes tour of Wembley Stadium, where you can walk in the footsteps of your favourite player. Imagine being in the same area which was graced by some of the most iconic players of this generation and the past and watch the areas where historical treasures were created.

You will tour the dressing rooms, the press conference room, the players' tunnel, and much more. You can even see the original FA Cup kept inside the Wembley Stadium.

If you love football, this award-winning tour in London is the perfect way to start your trip. A local guide will be with you throughout, explaining all the bits and pieces of the stadium and its history as you tour the press room, Royal Box, dressing rooms, and all the other regions.

Just step into the England Lions squad dressing room and feel like you are going to go on and play for your country.

Stand in the tunnel used by players, click some photos of the FA Cup, sit right where the manager sits in the press conference room, and take some more photos of the beautiful pitch from the viewpoints.

You will also see the 1966 World Cup crossbar and the Jules Rimet Trophy, among other things.

What can I expect from this tour?

Expect to be blown away by the biggest stadium in the country. It's going to be an unforgettable experience for everyone who takes the tour. Check out the dressing areas, Royal Box, press room, players' tunnel, and more.

Check out all the areas where history was made.

There is also the Walk of Legends, The Crossbar Exhibition, items from the FIFA World Cup Final of 1966, and the archives of history like the British Empire Exhibition of 1924.

If you go into the Royal Box, there are even interactive guides in languages like English, French, Mandarin, Spanish, German, and British Sign Language.

The refurbished Wembley was opened in 2007. The FA owns the stadium and Tottenham Hotspur used the stadium as their home until they got their own. Wembley now hosts big games as well as concerts. The name Wembley came from the word 'Wemba', an Old English proper name and 'lea', the Old English word for 'clearing' or 'meadow'.

You can definitely eat on the tour as there are several food service points and restaurants available.

What age is this tour suitable for?

It's suitable for all ages.

How long does this tour take?

The tour lasts for 75 minutes.

When is the best time to visit Wembley Stadium?

You can visit all around the year.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is the meeting point for a Wembley Stadium tour?

You will find the entrance of the tour at the top of Olympic Way. Check the signs to find the tour.

The address is Wembley Stadium, London, HA9 0WS, London.

How do I get to the Wembley Stadium?

You can drive to the stadium via the A40.

Wembley Stadium is the nearest train station, while Wembley Park Station is the nearest tube station.

Wembley Central station is also nearby.

When should I arrive at the meeting point?

Arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour.

Where can I park?

There is parking available on the premises.

Where are the toilet facilities at the Wembley Stadium?

There are toilets all over the stadium and on all levels.

Is this tour accessible?

The tour is fully accessible.

Where can I eat nearby?

Lag Iguanas, The White Horse, Wagamama, Zizzi, and Pret A Manger are some popular restaurants nearby.

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