Chelsea FC Stadium Tours and Museum

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Chelsea FC Stadium Tours and Museum

Chelsea's new high-tech museum opened in June 2011 and is now the largest football museum in London, with all manner of interactive gadgetry, games and videos to inform and entertain as well as memorabilia collected across the club’s 107-year history. You can visit the museum on its own or as part of an hour-long stadium tour which takes visitors behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge to live our their dreams of footballing glory and see the changing rooms, dugout, player's tunnel, press room and other areas normally reserved for the players.

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Venue name: Chelsea FC Stadium Tours and Museum
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Address: Stamford Bridge
London
SW6 1HS
Opening hours: Museum 9.30am-5pm daily; matchday opening subject to kick-off times; tours every half hour 10am-3pm daily excluding home match days and the day before Champions League games
Transport: Tube: Fulham Broadway
Price: museum £10, concs £9, children £8, family £32; museum and tour £18/£13/£12, £54 family
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Lynsey F

The Chelsea Football Stadium tour is obviously great if you're a Chelsea fan but it's not that bad if you're not even a footie fan (like myself). The tour guide was fairly entertaining and had a lovely demeanour. Having done quite a few tours I'd say the content of the tour wasn't as good as some of the bigger stadiums in the uk, such as Wembley but you do get to see all of the critical elements of the stadium and the fans seemed to be loving it. You visit the stands, the press area and the away and home changing rooms. It lasted about an hour but I felt that it could have been a bit more informative.

Luckily the tour cost includes a visit to the museum and this museum is really well done. As well as various trophies and Chelsea FC memorabilia there is also a chance to have a go at scoring a goal, plenty of interactive displays and some computer games you can have a go at. As I said I'm not a football fan but I thought this museum was really well done and stylishly displayed. Chelsea done good.