Wembley is the second largest stadium in Europe with a capacity of 90,000. As you approach down Wembley Way your eye is immediately drawn to the huge arch that overshadows the entire stadium. England's National Stadium is an almighty sight! There is only one way to get near to experiencing what it's like winning at Wembley and that is by taking the tour. Get behind the scenes, walk in the footsteps of football legends and feel the magic of Wembley Stadium. During your tour you will have access to Wembley's historical treasures including the 1966 World Cup crossbar, the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England's World Cup glory, the torch that started London's 1948 Olympic Games and so much more.
To begin you will be greeted by your guide who, over the duration of the tour, will share with you their extensive knowledge about the history of the original and new Wembley Stadium. This is your ideal opportunity to ask all those questions you've been dying to find out the answers to during any part of the tour. As you are shown around the stadium, you will have the chance to take photographs. Your unforgettable tour lets you sense the history in the England changing room, experience the tension of the players tunnel, climb the infamous trophy winners' steps, get your hands on the replica FA Cup, sit in the England managers seat and relive Wembley's greatest moments on video.
This voucher entitles one child to the tour.
When can you go?
This experience is available Monday to Sunday, throughout the year except during special events.
How long does this activity last?
This experience will last approximately 1½ hours.
You need to know
Children must be aged under 16 years and must be accompanied by a paying adult.
A general level of fitness is required to walk around the stadium.
There are no qualifications required.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
You and how many others?
There will be other people on the tour.
Family and friends
Unfortunately you cannot bring spectators to watch.