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Twickenham Stadium

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About

Twickenham Stadium is the home of England Rugby and the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, seating up to 82,000 people.

The tour takes you behind the scenes to visit some of the most exciting areas of the Stadium.

The highlight of the trip is a visit to the England dressing room. Also included in the tour are the Royal Box, players’ tunnel and visit pitch side.
 

Twickenham Stadium tours and World Rugby Museum:

Grab a backstage pass to Twickenham Stadium to explore the Home of England Rugby as you've never seen it before. Visit exclusive areas of the stadium usually reserved for elite rugby players, including the England Changing Room, Players Tunnel, pitch-side and more. Finish your tour with a visit to the world's most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia at the onsite World Rugby Museum, where you can marvel at the extensive collection, and put your rugby skills and knowledge to the test in the Play Rugby Interactive Zone.

 

Tours:

Legends Tour of Twickenham with Ugo Monye - Here's your chance to explore Twickenham Stadium in the company of a great of the game. Ex-England, British and Irish Lions and Harlequins wing, Ugo Monye.

Twickenham Stadium Tours - Guided tours of Twickenham Stadium are the ultimate experience for any rugby fan. Twickenham tours take you through to the most exciting and historic areas of the stadium, all while you enjoy the insights and knowledge of an expert tour guide. All stadium tours include a visit to the onsite World Rugby Museum.

Legends Tour - Visit the Home of England Rugby's most exclusive backstage areas in the company of an ex-England great, hearing their personal experiences and memories of the famous stadium, before grabbing a picture pitch-side. All Twickenham Tours include a visit to the World Rugby Museum

Group Tours:

Private Twickenham Tours:

Visit the Home of England Rugby's most exciting backstage areas, and grab a photo pitch-side with friends and family by booking your own private tour of Twickenham Stadium. Private tours are available to book for up to 20 guests, making for an inspiring work trip, or a fun birthday party for rugby fans.

Guide Prices

Please check the website for more information.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By car:

- Twickenham Stadium is on the northern side of the A316 into London. From the M25, exit J12 onto the M3. This becomes the A316 and Twickenham Stadium is off the Whitton Road roundabout.

- From London, turn right off the A316 at Whitton Road roundabout.

 

Parking:

Complimentary car parking is available for World Rugby Museum and Twickenham Stadium Tour visitors, except on event days.

Parking is generally in the West Car Park (via Gate D, Rugby Road, TW1 1DZ). Occasionally during event periods the West Car Park will be closed and alternative parking will be available.

In order to get free parking, visitors will need to register their vehicles on arrival at the England Rugby Store. Failure to register may result in a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) being issued.

Please note - parking is not available on event days.

Public Transport Directions

By bus:

The following buses travel to the World Rugby Museum: 281, 481, 681 (1 minute walk), H20 (5 minute walk), 267 (8 minute walk), R68, R70, 33, 290, 110, H22 or 490 - (10-15 minute walk).

  By train:

Approximate time from Richmond upon Thames stations: Richmond Rail & Tube (8 minute train) Twickenham Rail Station (10 minute walk), Whitton Rail Station (20 minute walk), St Margaret's Rail Station (20 minute walk), Hounslow East Tube (30 minute bus).

Twickenham Rugby Stadium

Type:Sports Stadium

Twickenham Rugby Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, London, TW2 7BA

Tel: 020 3613 2059

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

* Please check the website for more information.

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