The Ultimate Stadium Experience for Sports Fans
New and exclusive interactive guides in Spanish, Mandarin, German, French and British Sign Language
360 degree videos and immersive digital experiences to feel what it’s actually like to be in the crowd at a game or concert
Visit the VIP Club Wembley Tier
See the England Home Dressing Room & Take Photos
Walk Through the Player’s Tunnel
Exclusive Film Showing the World’s Greatest Players Preparing to Enter the Stadium
Sit in Roy Hodgson’s Chair in the Press Conference Room
See Genuine Artefacts from the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final and the 1948 Olympic Games
The Exhibition of Champions - the Story of the European Cup Final through to the UEFA Champions League Final
First Tour: 10:00am
Last Tour: 2:00pm (Additional 3:00pm and 4:00pm in September)
4th to 7th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 18th , 22nd and 23rd of October
Tours closed Monday to Thursday
12th November 2021 (no scheduled tours)
1st to 9th, 13th, 14th, 24th to 26th of December
1st of January 2022
26th and 27th of February 2022
23rd to 29th of March 2021 - To be confirmed
2nd, 3rd, 15th, 16th and 17th of April 2022
6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th and 29th of May 2022
June & July 2022:
1st to 6th of June 2022 - To be confirmed
7th of June to 3rd of July 2022
13th of July to 31st of July 2022 - To be confirmed
The Stadium has introduced a cashless model, accepting both card and contactless payments only.
The main Stadium Tour is fully guided, in English.
The Crossbar Exhibition and Walk of Legends are self-guided.
Groups larger than 20 people will be split into multiple tours, each with their own guide.
Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London HA9 OWS
Nearest Train Stations: Wembley Stadium or Wembley Central
Nearest Underground Stations: Wembley Park or Wembley Central Bus Routes: 18, 83, 92, 182 or 224
Sports fans will love a trip to legendary Wembley Stadium – the largest football and music venue in the UK! During the tour you will venture deep into the areas usually only accessible to the biggest sports starts and live acts on the planet, using your souvenir map available in multiple languages. You’ll be able to get behind the scenes and see parts of the stadium where history was made during the 75 minute tour. New interactive guides in five languages including British Sign Language and 360 degree videos help to create a truely unique experience of a real match or concert.
England Home Dressing Room & Player’s Tunnel
Visit the England team’s changing room and imagine what the space is like when the air is electric with excitement before a big game. Pose for a photo next to the shirts of the Three Lions squad, and feel the tension of the player’s tunnel as you stroll down this walkway towards the pitch.
Royal Box & Press Conference Room
Pose for a souvenir photograph with the FA Cup in the Royal Box and pretend to be Roy Hodgson battle media questions in the Manager’s Press Conference Room!
VIP Club Wembley Tier
You’ll be taken to the VIP Club Wembley Middle Tier of the stadium for an unbeatable panoramic photograph of the grounds.
The History & The Exhibition of Champions
Discover Wembley’s glittering past with historical sporting artefacts – with the Walk of Legends displaying objects dating back to the Empire Exhibition of 1924, to the 1948 Olympic Torch and the infamous crossbar that sparked outrage during England’s World Cup win of 1966! The Exhibition of Champions celebrates 56 years of glorious European football history and forms part of the Wembley Stadium Tour. It features prize exhibits, including Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard’s 2005 captain’s armband and David Beckham’s jersey from Manchester United’s victorious 1999 campaign. A new addition to the exhibit brings things up to date with Ed Sheeran’s guitar from his 2018 sell-out Wembley show!Interactive App
When we reopen, our multimedia guides will be replaced with an app-based version, which visitors can download on arrival at the Stadium. QR codes will allow visitors to scan and access the digital content on their own devices. We offer free Wi-Fi access for those visitors not able to use their mobile data.
The app can be used to self-guide around The Crossbar Exhibition and Walk of Legends, whilst also enhancing elements of the guided tour.
The app content is currently available in English, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin and British Sign Language.