March 20, 2023

The best sports lovers’ tours in the capital

Rugby fans in London should check out the new-look World Rugby Museum, which reopened in October 2013.
All year long, London‘s sports venues make the city a haven for sporting enthusiasts. From live events to interactive experiences, these stadiums will add a little sport to your London vacation.

Tennis fans won’t want to miss the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis museum, which showcases the history of the game and memorabilia from the world’s tennis stars. Visitors to the venue can even take guided tours of the historic grounds, including iconic locations such as the press interview room, the Millennium Building, and Wimbledon’s Centre Court.

Wembley Stadium
With an all-access pass at Wembley Stadium – home to the FA Cup finals and the England national football team – visitors can take guided tours daily that delve into the hidden treasures of the famous stadium. Guests can take pictures with the jerseys of England’s players, and even enter the pitch through the players tunnel. Don’t miss the Exhibition of Champions, which showcases 56 UEFA Champions League finals plus special artifacts from each one.

Emirates Stadium
Home to the Arsenal Football Club, Emirates Stadium offers self-guided audio tours, complete with commentary by famous players including Robin Van Persie and Jack Wilshere. Arsenal fans will never tire of taking this tour, as the handsets are updated to include highlights from the most recent matches. Even better, Arsenal Legends also give guided tours of the stadium, adding a personal twist by answering questions about their own experiences on the team. All tours of the stadium include a visit to the Arsenal Museum, where visitors will encounter interactive exhibits on the history of the club and artifacts from its history.

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