Sunday 30 April 2017

Arsenal – Emirates Stadium Tour

Walk down the players' tunnel
Visit the Directors Box
See Press Conference facilities
Enjoy the commentary of your thrilling audio guide
Take a trip to the interactive Arsenal Museum.
Follow in the footsteps of your Arsenal heroes by joining the Emirates Stadium Tour and taking a look behind the stunning Emirates Stadium.

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On this amazing day out, you will have the opportunity to see all the areas which are crucial to the team on a match day - from a walk down the players' tunnel to a seat in the first team dressing room. On the standard tour, you will also visit the Directors Box and the Press Conference facilities. Emirates Stadium has quickly established itself as one of the world's most stunning and spectacular sports stadium. Along with state-of-the-art facilities, the Club has incorporated stunning features from their Highbury history and personal touches from inspirational Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger.

Self-Guided Audio Tour
Let Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere and a host of Arsenal stars share their match-day experiences with you as you explore behind-the-scenes at Arsenal with a new audio tour. Hear from the boss as you take your place in the changing room, listen to the roar of the crowd as you walk down the tunnel, explore our museum and test your Arsenal knowledge against one of our Arsenal experts. Plus much more. 

The spectacular Arsenal museum at Emirates Stadium is located in the Northern Triangle Building. The museum contains fantastic interactive displays suitable for all ages along with a complete history of the Club from Plumstead Common through to Emirates Stadium. Long-term exhibits include goal scorer Michael Thomas’ boots from Anfield ‘89, Charlie George’s FA Final Cup shirt from 1971 and the shirt worn by Alan Smith in the 1994 European Cup Winners Cup Final victory.

New Feature: You can now enter Arsene Wenger's office on this tour. Take a look at where he discusses matches and meets with the Arsenal greats of past and present. 
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Wembley Stadium Tour - Buy Tickets Online

Ultimate experience for all sports fans at London’s largest stadium
Visit the VIP Club Wembley Tier of the stadium for a stunning panoramic photograph of London’s largest venue.
The England Home Dressing Room with photo opportunities next to the shirts of the Three Lions squad. 
The Player’s Tunnel with an exclusive behind-the-scenes film showing the world’s greatest players entering the stadium.
The Press Conference Room and the chance to sit in Roy Hodgson’s chair. 
Original historical artifacts from the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final and the 1948 Olympic Games.
Original FA Minute Book from 1872 which began the modern game.
The Wembley Stadium Tour is an unforgettable experience for sports fans of all ages and from all over the world. At an incredible 90,000 seats, Wembley is the largest football and music venue in the UK, and it’s guided tours take you deep into the areas only usually reserved for the biggest sports stars and live acts on the planet. Until your dream of playing at Wembley comes true, there’s only one way to experience what it’s like winning at England’s National Stadium – to take the Wembley Stadium Tour! Get behind-the-scenes, walk in the footsteps of Legends and feel the magic. 

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The Tour 
The tour of the new Wembley Stadium can include visits to the VIP Club Wembley Middle Tier of the stadium for a fantastic panoramic photograph, the Manager’s Press Conference Room, the Player’s Tunnel, the Royal Box and England’s Home Dressing Room where the 3 Lions prepare for every international match. You’ll go where the players go, see what the players see and feel what the players feel. The tour is fully guided by experienced ambassadors of the stadium who enhance every visit with their passion and knowledge. 

The Stadium
Wembley is arguably the most famous stadium in the world and, according to Pele, the ‘Cathedral of Football.' The national stadium of England, which re-opened in 2007, regularly hosts a variety of events such as the Emirates FA Cup Final, England internationals, the Capital One Cup Final, the SkyBet Play-Off Finals, the RFL Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final, the NFL International Series, Concerts and much, much more. Wembley was the proud host of the Men’s and Women’s Football Finals in the 2012 London Olympics and also hosted the 2011 and 2013 UEFA Champions League Finals which were watched by a combined TV audience of 600 million people around the world!

The History
Your tour will also pay tribute to Wembley’s illustrious past with historical artifacts such as the Olympic Flag from 1948 and the infamous Crossbar from England’s World Cup win of 1966. The tour also includes the original FA Cup from 1911 and the 1872 FA Minute Book which began the world game as we know it.

The Future
On top of iconic annual events such as the Emirates FA Cup Final, England internationals, and the NFL International Series, Wembley will also host the Semi-Finals and Finals of UEFA EURO 2020, so there has never been a better time to visit the stadium.

Best Sports Tourism Award
The Wembley Stadium Tour was awarded the Silver Prize for ‘Best Sports Tourism’ at the 2008 Visit London Tourism Awards and is a Visit England Quality Assured Attraction.

Getting To Wembley
Wembley Stadium is in Underground Zone 4 and only two stops from Baker Street on the Metropolitan Line.

Additional Information
Please Note:
From Friday 16 September 2016 through to Sunday 20 November 2016, tours of Wembley Stadium will not include The Royal Box.
Venue Information:
Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London HA9 OWS 
Nearest Train Station: Wembley Stadium or Wembley Central
Nearest Underground: Wembley Park or Wembley Central
Bus Routes: 18, 83, 92, 182 or 224

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Royal Museums Greenwich - What's On in May

What's On

Make the most of May
The evenings are getting longer, the weather's getting warmer and there's not one but two bank holidays on the horizon!
Why not make the most of it with a visit to Royal Museums Greenwich? Spend a day exploring our world-class attractions, or join a special event for an unforgettable experience. 
Visit Greenwich
Royal Observatory
Visit the home of time to see where GMT begins and stand astride the historic Prime Meridian of the World.
You can also travel the universe in our state-of-the-art planetarium. 
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Cutty Sark
Discover what life was like on board the world’s only surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her day.
Take the helm at the ship's wheel and walk beneath our beautiful copper hull. 
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Stranger Worlds
Looking for an event that's out of this world? Then we've got you covered. Join a celebration of science fiction at our Stranger Worlds Late, or catch Pitch Black in our planetarium. 
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Family fun
Bring the kids for an unforgettable experience the whole family can enjoy.
Astronauts, pirates or explorers - which adventure will you take?
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Celebrating Maritime Greenwich
See some of the country's most important buildings in a whole new light.
If you missed the 20th anniversary of our World Heritage Site then fear not! Our incredible drone footage reveals the highlights.  
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From our friends at the Landmark Trust
Inspiring Landmarks
29 June – 4 July

The historic buildings charity is hosting a vibrant summer exhibition in Spitalfields. Three contemporary artists – Ed Kluz, Kurt Jackson and Prue Cooper - have created works inspired by Landmark's remarkable British buildings. Free to visit, plus a lively programme of talks.
Image: Kurt Jackson, Old Campden House, lambs bleating, blackbird song. 2014. mixed media on wood panel. Copyright Kurt Jackson
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Museum of London - What's on in May?

What's on in May?
We are kicking off our City Now City Future season in style with a free late launch event on the 19 May exploring what it means to be a Londoner, plus a range of new displays and commissions across the Museum of London.

At the Museum of London Docklands, we bring you Archaeology of the tunnel, a fascinating talk exploring the discoveries featured in our free exhibition Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail.

There's plenty for our younger visitors to enjoy too. Join us for our Toddler takeover festivaland free family events during half term.
City Now City Future: May highlights
Fri 19 May, 7.30pm
Museum of London
Join us for a free evening of performances, workshops, films and music celebrating London as one of the most diverse cities in the world. Create your own statement posters with Rabbits Road Press, taste culinary delights from Mazi Mas roaming restaurant, explore the history and art of barbering with CUT Festival and more. Plus there's a music programme curated by Reprezent 107.3FM.
Magnum live lab in conversation
Sat 20 May, 5-6.30pm
Museum of London
We've collaborated with the legendary photographic agency, Magnum, to commission three photographers to capture contemporary Clerkenwell over a two week period. Join the photographers, Olivia Arthur, Mark Power and Carl De Keyzer, for a panel discussion about the project.
Lady Lucy's portrait studio
Select dates between 18 May  18 Jun
Museum of London
As part of our display Lady Lucy: Portraits for Services, Gifts and Favours, Lady Lucy will be inviting visitors to have their portrait painted at the museum in exchange for a service, gift or favour that will be passed along to another visitor. Portrait sittings are free but must be booked in advance.
Clerkenwell walks
23, 24 & 25 May, 1-2pm
We've partnered up with Clerkenwell Design Week to bring you three, free guided walks exploring the past, present and future of the area known for its creativity and maker communities. Walks are free but places should be booked in advance.
Talks and tours highlights
Archaeology of the tunnel
Wed 9 May, 6.30-9pm
Museum of London Docklands
Find out more about the objects on display in Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail during this talk with leading archaeologists from Crossrail and MOLA. Hear first-hand what it is like to be involved in the Crossrail project, the role archaeology plays in modern construction and discover what the future holds for the objects that have been discovered.
Jazz and blues bus tour
Sat 27 May, 1.45-5.45pm
Hop aboard a vintage Routemaster and travel in style around the city, uncovering the secret sights of London's jazz and blues history. Hear about the arrival of jazz from the USA to London and explore local music scenes, including the clubs, fan societies and men and women that shaped the jazz scene.
Family highlights
Great Fire family walks
13 & 31 May, 1 & 3 Jun, 11-11.45am
Museum of London
Our Great Fire family walks are back! Visit the sites struck by the Great Fire of London and take part in mini challenges as a family during this fun and interactive walk. Special lunch deals are also available. Why not make it a full family day out and take part in our free weekend or May half term activities too?
Toddler takeover
Sat 20 & Sun 21 May, 10.30am  4pm
Museum of London Docklands
Bring your little ones to this family festival designed especially for under 5s. Take part in a range of exciting activities and interactive workshops created in collaboration with local families as we let our littlest visitors take over the museum.
Partner events
The Prize for Illustration 2017: Sounds of the City
From 19 May
This new exhibition at the London Transport Museum will showcase the 100 winning entries from the prestigious Prize for Illustration 2017. These stunning illustrations cover themes such as nightlife, wildlife, music, markets and transport.