About The Wembley Stadium Tour
From England’s glorious World Cup victory in 1966, the unforgettable Live Aid concert of 1985 and many other memorable sport and major music events, the Wembley Stadium Tour gives visitors the opportunity to visit and relive some of the greatest moments in history. This includes access to some of Wembley’s best kept treasures such as the 1966 World Cup Crossbar, the Jules Rimet Cup Trophy and many more fantastic items.
- Visit the historic England Changing Rooms
- Take a seat in the Press Room
- Experience the tension of the Players tunnel
- Climb the 107 sacred Trophy Winners steps
- Visit the Royal Box
Interactive guides are now available in German, French, Spanish, Mandarin and British Sign Language included in the ticket price and are supplemented by a complimentary printed map, also available in multiple languages.
Please bring your voucher and reference numbr to Wembley Stadium where it will be collected.
The Wembley Stadium Tour entrance is located by the Bobby Moore statue, at the top of Olympic Way on level 1. The entrance can be reached via a short flight of stairs or a lift from the ground level.
Wembley Stadium is fully accessible for visitors with disabilities and all levels visited on the tour are accessible by lift. Please contact us on the dedicated booking line to discuss any specific accessibility arrangements or special requirements you may have on 0800 169 9933.