Twickenham Stadium Tours and World Rugby Museum
Are you visiting London for a sports event? Make the most of your visit by adding a guided tour of a sports venue such as Twickenham Stadium, the home of England Rugby, followed by a visit to The World Rugby Museum.
Twickenham Stadium is the largest stadium in the world, purely devoted to rugby.
Follow the history of the game in the World Rugby Museum, from its origins in Rugby School to the present day.
- Explore a glittering array of trophies including the Calcutta Cup made from 270 silver rupees
- Take up the challenge of discovering “What Kind of Rugby Player Are You?” in the Play Rugby Zone
- Re-live some of rugby’s most memorable moments with film and video footage
Visit some of the most exciting and select areas of Twickenham Stadium, where you can:
- Take a seat in the England Dressing Room
- Imagine the roar of the crowd as you run out of the players’ tunnel to take in the view pitch side.
- Absorb the atmosphere from the best seats in the house in the Royal Box
- Visit the VIP areas
The World Rugby Museum
- “To celebrate and share the unique history, culture and tradition of rugby union in all its forms, wherever and by whomsoever it is played.”
- A museum of international rugby history, holding the most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia in the world, including over 38,000 recorded objects, 15,000 pieces of archival material and 9,000 photographs, from the RFU collection, the Harry Langton Collection and the RFU Rugby Archive.
- Star items include the world’s oldest international football jersey and the Calcutta Cup, which is the world’s oldest international football trophy.
Contact us to talk about your tour
Whether you are studying british sporting history, sports and events management, attending a match or just a sports fan, let us help you make the most of your visit.
“I would like to pass on the thanks of everyone in our group for such an enjoyable tour of the Landscape and Gardens at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park yesterday. It was very interesting to hear the ideas and concepts underlying their design and planting. I think we were all surprised at how much development and building work is still in progress. It was exciting and very appropriate to finish our tour at the Velodrome, especially in light of what happened in the cycling in Rio yesterday evening”Anne Jones