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Sports venue tours

Book a tour of one of London's sports stadiums for an exciting behind-the-scenes look at some of the world's most famous venues.

Take your pick from football stadium tours, the home of rugby at Twickenham, the tennis courts at Wimbledon, historic Lord’s cricket ground or centre-piece of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, London Stadium.

You'll get a fascinating insight into the world of London sports. Feel the nerves, learn about the history and feel the excitement and anticipation that flows through these world-class sports venues in London, even when it's not match-day!

Football stadium tours

Arsenal Emirates Stadium Tours

The entrance of Arsenal Emirates Stadium. Image courtesy of Arsenal Emirates Stadium.
Visit Emirates Stadium, the home of Arsenal FC. Take the self-guided audio tour of The Gunners’ north London home to see the changing room, walk down the tunnel and enter the Directors’ Box. Or opt for a 90-minute guided tour led by one of Arsenal’s legendary players. Tours also include entry into the Arsenal Museum. Read More
£25.00 Book now

Wembley Stadium Tour

Wembley Stadium © visitlondon.com / Antoine Buchet.
The home of football, Wembley Stadium is one of the world’s most famous football stadiums. Go beneath the iconic arch on the guided Wembley Stadium tour that includes the changing rooms, press room, tunnel and Royal Box – where The FA Cup awaits your arrival! Read More
£22.00 Book now

Chelsea FC Stadium Tours

Chelsea FC Stadium Tours. Image courtesy of Chelsea FC.
Learn about the history of Chelsea FC on a Stamford Bridge stadium tour. Take your pick from various options, including guided tours by former stars, as you go behind the scenes of the west London football club’s stadium. See the dugouts, walk through the tunnel and more. Tours also include entry to the Chelsea FC Museum. Read More
£21.00 Book now

London Stadium Tours

London Stadium aerial view. Image courtesy of London Stadium.
Built for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, London Stadium is today home to West Ham United FC and UK Athletics. Enjoy a view from pitchside, visit the indoor running track and take a look in the changing rooms during a tour of this Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park venue. Read More

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tours

Experience being inside one of London's newest stadiums, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. During a 90-minute guided tour, you'll explore the north London home of Spurs and host venue of the NFL London Games, including the dressing rooms and media area, and learn more about the history of the football club. Read More

Fulham Football Club Stadium Tours

One of London’s oldest football grounds, Craven Cottage sits on the banks of the Thames in west London. Start the tour of Fulham FC’s home at the statue of club legend Johnny Haynes, before visiting the changing rooms, press room and a bar full of memorabilia. Read More

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Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Tour

An aerial view of the grounds overlooking Wimbledon on day one of The Championships 2015 at The All England Lawn Tennis Club. Image courtesy of: AELTC/Bob Martin
Follow in the footsteps of tennis greats on the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Tour. Learn about the history of the iconic championships, spot famous memorabilia, visit No.1 Court and access areas normally closed to the public, such as the press interview room. Read More

World Rugby Museum and Twickenham Stadium Tours

Twickenham Stadium © visitlondon.com/Antoine Buchet.
Feel like a rugby legend on a Twickenham Stadium Tour. Run out through the tunnel, take a seat in the dressing room and see normally out-of-bounds parts of the ground – including VIP areas such as the Royal Box. Part of the tour, the interactive World Rugby Museum charts the history of the sport to the modern day. Read More

Lord's Cricket Ground Tour

Much-loved home of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Lord’s is one of the world’s most iconic cricket grounds. Step into the famous Long Room, see the honours boards, visit the dressing rooms and take in the history during a Lord’s guided tour, before exploring the museum for items such as the Ashes urn. Read More

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