Wembley Stadium Guided Tour
Owned by the Football Association and the home turf of the England Football Team, Wembley Stadium is an astoundingly stunning stadium that hosts some of the most premium football and rugby matches apart from music concerts and other events. Sprawling at 115 by 74 yards and with a capacity of 90,000 seated and 25000 standing (during concerts), it is the largest sports stadium in England, the largest stadium in the United Kingdom and the second-largest stadium in Europe. One of it’s key highlights is the 134-metre-high (440 ft) spectacular Wembley Arch which serves visually as a landmark across the London skyline as well as structurally supporting over 75% of the entire roof load.
One of the leading tourist attractions in London, Wembley Stadium opened in 2007 after undergoing redevelopment in 2002-2003 and hosts tours of it’s prestigious stadium that has witnessed England’s glorious 1966 World Cup victory, the FC Barcelona’s stunning UEFA Champion League triumph in 2011, the annual FA Cup Final since 1923, major sell out music concerts and other sporting spectacles.
Stadium Tour - Embark on an unforgettable 75-minute journey and experience the exhilarating environment with behind the scenes locations such as the England Dressing Room, Players Tunnel, Press Room, the Royal Box wherein you can hold the Cup and much more.
VIP Tour – A premium personalized experience, the guided tour features Wembley's most exclusive, behind-the-scenes locations such as the England Dressing Room, Players Tunnel, Press Room, the Royal Box wherein you can hold the Cup and much more.
The Wembley Stadium has also introduced new tour areas: The Crossbar Exhibition and The Walk of Legends. With new and never displayed historical treasures, it showcases the infamous Crossbar from the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final and the Stadium’s origins, rich history and heritage dating back as far as The British Empire Exhibition of 1924.
Apart from the fascinating tour, visitors can also enjoy the exhibition showcasing historical artefacts such as the original flag from the 1948 Olympic Games, the Jules Rimet trophy commemorating England’s glorious World Cup victory in 1966, Graeme Souness’ three winners’ medals from ’78, ’81 and ’84, David Beckham’s jersey from Manchester United’s victorious 1999 campaign, Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard’s 2005 captain’s armband and shirts of the Three Lions Squad.
The Wembley Stadium tour is a quintessential must do in London for football aficionados to experience a thrilling day of soaking in the panoramic view of the stunning stadium, accessing the players tunnel, changing rooms, the Royal Box and marvelling at the splendid historical artefacts and impressive exhibits at the country’s leading sports and entertainment venue.
Price (In INR approximately)
|Wembley Stadium Tour|
|Adult (16+ years)||INR 1,727|
|2+2 Family (2 Adults+2 Children)||INR 4,908|
|Mini Stadium Tour|
|Adult (16+ years)||INR 1,000|
|2+2 Family (2 Adults+2 Children)||INR 2,545|
|Adult (16+ years)||INR 5,453|
Interesting Facts about Wembley Stadium
How to get to Wembley Stadium
By Train and Tube
Wembley Park Station (Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines)
Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)
Wembley Central Station (Bakerloo, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines).
The Stadium is only two stops from Baker Street (Metropolitan Line) and nine minutes from London Marylebone (Chiltern Line).
Local buses to the Stadium include 18, 83, 92 and 224.
National Express is the Official Coach Supplier for Wembley Stadium connected by EE and provides dedicated links for visitors to the stadium.