Arsenal Museum and Stadium Tour

Sport and fitness, Stadiums Highbury
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A chance to explore behind the scenes at the home of Arsenal FC. Up the Gunners!

You don’t have to be an Arsenal fan to enjoy this experience, but it helps. The thought of being guided around the stadium by a former footballer on the Legends tour (such as Lee Dixon, Kenny Sansom or Charlie George) and walking through the players’ tunnel must cause a flutter of delight in the stomachs of many a Gooner. For others it’s merely fascinating to get a glimpse into such a provocative world. 

On the self-guided audio tour the commentary is provided by Arsenal players, including snippets of personal match-day stories from the likes of Robin van Persie and Jack Wilshere, as you explore the home changing room, the dug-out, the directors’ box and more. From May 2016 two new areas open to the public will be Arsène Wenger’s office and the physio room.

The tour also gives access to the Arsenal Museum, which covers club history from the times of Woolwich, Highbury and the Emirates Stadium. It also features medals, shirts and caps belonging to David O’Leary, Lee Dixon, Michael Thomas, Brian Marwood and many others, as well as a customised trophy presented to Arsenal by the FA Premier League for remaining unbeaten in the 2003/04 season.

By: Danielle Goldstein


Venue name: Arsenal Museum and Stadium Tour
Address: Emirates Stadium
Drayton Park
N5 1BU
Opening hours: 10.30am–6.30pm Mon–Sat; 10.30am–4.30pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Arsenal
Price: Museum only £8; £5 under-16s, free for under-fives; Self-guided audio tour £20, £10 under-16s, free for under-fives, £50 family; Legends tour £40–£50; £20 under-16s, free for under-fives
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Jack L
1 of 1 found helpful

Very engaging, a fabulous display of a great and well respected clubs history. 

William w
1 of 2 found helpful

A new feature that I didn't see on my visit last year was the trophy room. It had been closed for nine years ........I wonder why this is

Ian H

Well managed tour of London's best stadium. As for the trophy room, it has more in it than any other London team.