Enjoy an exciting day out together with a look behind the curtain at the Home of England Rugby and learn all about the game's intriguing history with this Twickenham Stadium Tour for One Adult and One Child. As the world's most famous rugby union venue, Twickenham Stadium is packed with over 100 years of rugby history. Under the direction of an expert tour guide you'll travel through the stadium's halls from the England team's dressing room (where you can sit in the place of your favourite player) all the way to the Royal Box, taking in a visit pitchside, the players' tunnel and VIP areas on the way as well as many other areas you can only see with behind the scenes access. You'll also get to take in the whole of Twickenham's arena from the top of the stand before heading to the World Rugby Museum, where you can see the largest collection of rugby memorabilia from around the world and journey from the game's schoolboy origins to the internationally-renowned professional sport it is today. There's lots of unique displays covering the game throughout the years, and with rolling exhibitions there's always something different to see and don't miss the chance to test out your rugby skills in the interactive Play Rugby Zone.
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The tour will start at England Rugby Store in Twickenham's south stand, before heading out into the heart of Twickenham stadium. The tour goes behind the scenes to visit the most exciting and prestigious parts of the stadium. You and your little one will have access to the England team's dressing room, experience the adrenaline rush in the players' tunnel and even pitchside to the hallowed turf of Twickenham. The tour also includes visits to areas of the stadium that are not normally accessible to the public, all in the company of one of the expert tour guides. The guide will then finish the tour at the World Rugby Museum to enjoy learning the history of rugby from its origins to the present day. The museum is home to the finest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world and will take them on an inspirational journey through the history of the ultimate team game. Its interactive galleries will encourage participation at all levels of the game and give younger visitors the opportunity to find out 'What Kind of Rugby Player' they are.