Fancy a peek inside the England team's dressing room? A Twickenham Stadium Tour will get you there. Sit in the place of your favourite players before finding out how it feels to run out of the players' tunnel. Visit pitchside to view famous turf and visit the Royal Box, medical room and hospitality suites whilst an expert tour guide talks you through the history of the surroundings. You'll also experience the breathtaking view from the top of the stand overlooking the arena. Visit the World Rugby Museum where the largest collection of rugby memorabilia helps tell the story of how a schoolboy game became an internationally renowned professional sport. Paintings, archive match footage and the Wall of Fame bring the game's vibrant history to life. There are also plaques, scattered around the stadium, remembering retired, great Rugby players that have appeared in games at Twickenham. See how many you can find during your visit. The Twickenham Stadium Tour for Two is the perfect way to discover what it's like behind the scenes of the largest venue in the world, solely dedicated to rugby.
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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.