Wembley Stadium is undoubtedly one of the most famous stadiums in the world, and you have the chance to explore all the hidden rooms and tunnels for yourself!
Take a tour around the stadium, which will see you enter England’s changing rooms, walk in the steps of giants through the players’ tunnel, stand in front of the Royal Box with The FA Cup, and be able to walk the hallowed turf itself. There is also a special FA150 Exhibition, which celebrates the long history of The FA – highlights to look out for here include the 1966 Jules Rimet Trophy – aka the winning World Cup – and the Original Rules of Association Football dating back to 1863.
We’ve all dreamed of walking on the pitch of Wembley Stadium, and now you can by booking onto a tour. Tickets cost from £16 for adults, and £9 for children and concessions. Groups of over 30 individuals are eligible for a 15 per cent discount. Tours depart hourly from 10am to 4pm, and is open every day except December 25th and 26th, January 1st and major event days. For more information on rates, discounts and opening times, check out the official website.
If football is not really your thing, the stadium also hosts regular large-scale concerts – and with the likes of Coldplay, Take That and the Rolling Stones all having played here; who knows who you will light up the stage next? Some world-class acts have played at this historic venue so check the website for full listings. Whatever you decide to do at the stadium, be sure to consider your luxury accommodation London options in London early to avoid any disappointment.