Take the Wembley Stadium Tour for Two and get a glimpse into what it is like to be football stars. Visible from all over London, Wembley Stadium has a history and legacy unlike any other, making it the most famous football stadium on the globe. The home of English football and the FA Cup Final since 1923; see it like you've never seen it before by taking the guided tour and follow in the steps of your heroes. Take a sneak peek at the changing rooms, where the players prepare for glory, and feel the excitement as you walk through the players' tunnel on the footballers' path to the pitch. Sit in the seat of England's manager and climb to the Royal Box, the place where winners are awarded the trophy. With its large, open concourses, gorgeous acoustics and stunning views from all of its 90,000 seats, Wembley is by far the UK's finest stadium experience. Feel the magic and relive some of the greatest football moments as you go behind the scenes of the largest stadium in the UK.
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There is only one way to get near to experiencing what its like to play at Wembley and that is by taking the tour behind the scenes of England's national stadium. Your fully guided tour will follow in the footsteps of legends and take you into areas usually reserved for the biggest and best names in football. On arrival you will both be greeted by your guide who, over the duration of the tour, will share with you their extensive knowledge of the history of both the original and new Wembley Stadiums. This is your ideal opportunity to ask all those questions youve been dying to find out the answers to. Your unforgettable visit lets you sit in the England manager's chair in the Press Conference Room, sense the excitement in the England dressing room, experience the tension of the players' tunnel, climb the 107 trophy winners steps to the Royal Box and each have your photograph taken with the replica FA Cup (by the stadium photographer at a minimum cost of '10 on the day). As you are shown around the stadium, you will have the chance to take photographs of such historical treasures as the 1966 World Cup crossbar, the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating Englands World Cup glory, the torch that started Londons 1948 Olympic Games and so much more. With printed translation in 9 languages, excellent transport links, onsite car parking, a caf' and the Stadium Store, Wembley remains the ultimate stadium experience in the UK.