The Wembley Stadium Tour will give you the chance to relive some of sport's greatest moments as you go behind-the-scenes at one of the world's greatest stadiums.
You'll be able to see the changing rooms, experience the nerves and tension of the player's tunnel, go pitch-side and touch the hallowed turf, take the manager's hot seat in the press room, and take in the view from the best seats in the stadium. You'll even be able to lift up a replica of the FA Cup!
After the tour is over you will be able to explore the museum and see some of Wembley's most treasured mementoes: including the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England's World Cup glory in 1966 (it still seems like yesterday!), the actual crossbar from the 1966 World Cup which scored our last goal, and some treasures and medals from London's multiple Olympic Games.
Feel free to ask questions about the Wembley Stadium Tour in the forum.
If you enjoy looking around Wembley then you might also enjoy a tour of Arsenal's Emirates stadium, or a tour of Chelsea's Stamford Bridge. Or how about taking your kid to see some realfootball on Hackney Marshes?
cookie – “We had a nice little tour of Wembley, just me and my kid who is mad about football. The group was nice and small and you get to see the changing rooms, go out to see the pitch, the press room, and you can have a look at the royal box as well. and of course you get to have your photo taken with the cup. i thought about stuffing it under my jumper and running off, but my knees aren't what they were ten years ago! I still dont think the new stadium is a patch on the old one that i remember, but maybe i am showing my age. My kid hasnt got the same memories of the place so he loves it. after the tour you can go into the museum and have a look at all the stuff they've got in there”
Arsenal FC — Tour of the Emirates Stadium – Every day (except match days) – Walk in the footsteps of your Arsenal heroes on a tour of the stadium and pitch and visit the Arsenal Museum.
Chelsea FC — Tour of Stamford Bridge – Every day (except match days) – Walk in the footsteps of your football heroes with a guided tour of Stamford Bridge and the Chelsea Museum.
Sunday football on Hackney Marshes – Every Sun – Hackney Marshes is the home of Sunday league football, with over 70 matches played between dozens of amateur teams.
Guided tour around Lord’s Cricket Ground – Every day – Cricket fans will love having a look around the home of cricket, with this tour of Lord's Cricket Ground and the MCC Museum.
Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum – 25 Oct 2018 to 20 Jan 2019 – The Natural History Museum has one of London's prettiest ice rinks, decorated with a huge tree and fairground carousel.
Skate around Canary Wharf’s ice rink – 2 Nov 2018 to 16 Feb 2019 – This ice rink sits in the shadow of the Canary Wharf skyscrapers, with an icy perimeter path made of fir trees and fairy lights.
Skate! — Christmas ice rink at Somerset House – 14 Nov 2018 to 13 Jan 2019 – Somerset House has got the prettiest rink in London, with a huge Christmas tree and festive shopping arcade
Look for more children’s events taking place in November
Find some more football matches taking place in November
If you enjoy Wembley Stadium then you might like to visit Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium (catch the train from Wembley Park to Arsenal), Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge (catch the train from Wembley Park to Fulham Broadway) and Hackney Marshes’ football pitches (catch the train from Wembley Park to Leyton)
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans