London has perhaps the oldest and most famous sporting venues in the world and this tour gives you the chance to visit two of them in a day. Take your pick of any two our Wembley Stadium (Football) Lords (Cricket) and Wimbledon (Tennis).
Meeting you at your hotel, we will go by Tube to your choice of iconic sports stadia where you will get to see all the famous public sights as well as the hidden behind the scenes areas at these landmark venues.
The Wembley Stadium Tour is an unforgettable experience for all the family! This award-winning, fully guided experience features Wembley’s most exclusive, behind-the-scenes locations such as the England Dressing Room, Players Tunnel, Press Room and much, much more. Book now and follow in the footsteps of legends as you discover the secrets behind the United Kingdom’s largest and most prestigious sports stadium.
- Sense the history in the England Dressing Rooms
- Take the Manager’s hot-seat in the Press Room
- Take photographs from some of the best views in the stadium bowl
- Experience the tension of the Players Tunnel
- Go pitch-side and witness the hallowed Wembley turf
- Enjoy the views from the Manager’s Benches
- Get your hands on the Emirates FA Cup*
- Free Wembley Stadium Tour souvenir for all tours guests
LORD’S CRICKET GROUND
The tour starts in the MCC Museum, home of the famous Ashes urn. The Museum brings the fascinating story of cricket to life. Paintings, photographs and artefacts, covering 400 years of cricket history, reveal the game’s development from a rural pastime to a modern, increasingly international sport.
Precious exhibits include the Wisden Trophy and the tiny, delicate and irreplaceable Ashes urn.
The museum also boasts bats, balls and kit donated by great players including Rahul Dravid, Mahela Jayawardene, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne – as well as from past greats such as WG Grace, Victor Trumper, Jack Hobbs, Keith Miller and Don Bradman.
The tour continues through the heart of the Pavilion to the famed Long Room, both a cricket-watching room and a cricket art gallery. The Long Room has a unique atmosphere, panoramic views of the pitch and is where players make their way to and from the ‘hallowed turf’. Almost any famous cricketer you can think of has made that long walk at least once in their career.
Other highlights include the players’ Dressing Rooms with the renowned Lord’s Honours Boards, providing a lasting reminder of exceptional batting and bowling performances in Lord’s Tests.
Admire the unrivalled view from the J.P. Morgan Media Centre, enjoyed by correspondents from Sky Sports and BBC Test Match Special and of course the famed The Daily Telegraph before finishing off at Lords Cricket Ground shop.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tour is a little known but award winning London attraction and the museum, within the grounds of the famous All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, is one of the world’s greatest sports museums, housing the world’s greatest collection of tennis memorabilia.
Combined with a 2.5-hour tour taking in the key courts; the top of the Aorangi Picnic Terrace (commonly known as Henman Hill or Murray Mount); the players’ facilities; press interview room and ending with a seat in Centre Court facing the Royal Box, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tour.
Please note that availability on your chosen day depends on any sport taking place ie it is best not to book a tour of Wimbledon during the 2 weeks of the Lawn Tennis championships.
Departure Time:9 am (approx)
City Location: London
Duration of Tour: 6 hours
Standard Adult Prices per person including entry fees (child prices available upon request).
1 Adult = £275
2 Adults = £225
3 Adults = £200
4 Adults = £175
5 – 10 Adults = £125
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