Wembley tours

Best tours in Wembley

We all know Wembley. From the endless football matches to the numerous concerts held there, the stadium is iconic. On your London holidays, you can take a tour of this grand venue for yourself to see what it’s really all about without the crowds, making it a unique and memorable part of your visit.

  1. Go on one of our very own tours around Wembley
  2. Join a VIP tour - the ultimate gift for a dedicated football fan!
  3. Go behind-the-scenes in Wembley
  4. See Wembley Stadium from the sky
  5. Take an in-depth tour of Wembley Stadium

Wembley is set in people’s minds as the home of some legendary music events and footballing heroes. Take a look at the grounds for yourself with these fantastic and action-packed Wembley tours.

1. Go on one of our very own tours around Wembley

Have a look around the Wembley stadium with our own Wembley Stadium tour. The knowledgeable expert will take you on a one hour and 15 minute tour where you will learn all about this legendary stadium. You can literally walk in the footsteps of your favourite football legends. After all that exploring, why not head to the Wembley Arena which is next to the Stadium? It hosts a plethora of music concerts.

Best for: A group tour around Wembley Stadium with many discounts!

Top tip: The tours on the hour from 10am-4pm.

2. Join a VIP tour - the ultimate gift for a dedicated football fan!

If you’re a hardcore footy fan, a VIP tour is the one for you and tops all other experiences. Head to the stadium on match day and soak up the buzz and atmosphere of the venue. You’ll get all the behind-the-scenes information about the stadium and you can even catch some of the footballers warming up before their matches. You can walk out onto the pitch through the players’ tunnel or even perch in the fancy Royal Box. One of these tours is the perfect gift for that dedicated footy fan in your life - or as a treat to yourself of course!

Best for: Dedicated football fans

Top tip: Note that the top tiers of the stadium are quite high, so are best avoided if you don’t like heights.

3. Go behind-the-scenes in Wembley

Why not book onto a private tour of Wembley stadium for the ultimate football experience? You can head to the England Dressing Room and the Press Room, and many more locations. The Standard Wembley Stadium tour is also home to the Crossbar Exhibition and the Walk of Legends, where you can look at Wembley’s archives which displays the stadium’s heritage and origins. The whole tour is available in English and over ten other languages and lasts four hours. You need to book your tickets in advance.

Best for: Behind-the-scenes access

Top tip: You can even take a picture with the FA Cup!

4. See Wembley Stadium from the sky

What about seeing Wembley from high in the sky? You can take a tour of London in a small plane - so if you’re not afraid of heights, book onto one of these alternative tours! The one-hour tour will see you travel over the iconic Wembley Stadium and other famous London attractions, such as the O2 - you can then also go as far as pass by Windsor and Surrey. It’s definitely a memorable tour!

Best for: A unique tour

Top tip: You also pass by the Thames River and the Royal Air Force Museum in London.

5. Take an in-depth tour of Wembley Stadium

You can also opt for a longer tour around Wembley Stadium. 90-minute tours are on offer where you’ll get to explore a plethora of highlights with the tour. Expert tour guides will take you around the venue and show some historic spots - you may even be quizzed on some footy facts by your guide! Find David Beckham’s Manchester United Jersey, the World Cup celebrating England’s win in 1966 and Steven Gerrard’s captain armband from way back in 2005. You’ll see Graeme Souness’s winning medals and the “hot-seat” in the Press Room which belongs to the England Manager. Don’t miss the opportunity to go to the Wembley Stadium Store. Here you can find everything you’d ever need that’s football related! Think plenty of replica kits, caps, scarves of course!

Best for: An unforgettable tour of Wembley Stadium

Top tip: Spot the flag from the Olympic Games that were held in London in 1948.

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