Emirates Stadium Tours
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As home to Arsenal Football Club, one of England’s most renowned football teams, and the country’s third-largest football stadium after Wembley and Old Trafford, Emirates Stadium is a top choice for those looking to soak up the atmosphere of a British football (soccer) match.
Watching Arsenal play at their home stadium is an unforgettable experience for football enthusiasts, and tickets for Premier League matches are highly sought-after. Touring the landmark stadium is also a popular choice for fans, offering the chance to explore the changing rooms, complete with luxury hydrotherapy spas; walk through the players’ tunnel onto the pitch; and stand in the Arsenal manager's spot in the dugout.
Visitors can also enjoy the on-site Arsenal Museum, which is crammed with photos and memorabilia from the team’s long history, and shop for sports gear, including bespoke Arsenal shirts, at the Armoury, the official Arsenal shop.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Book your match tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
- Tours last around an hour and must be booked in advance. Audio guides are available in 10 different languages.
- There is an admission fee to visit the Arsenal Museum, but entrance is included for tour participants.
- There is a selection of bars and food vendors in each stand, as well as free Wi-Fi.
- All entrants to the ground are required to undergo security checks, and large bags and suitcases are not permitted.
- The stadium is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
Emirates Stadium is located in Holloway, London, and the nearest underground (tube) stations are Arsenal and Holloway Road, both on the Piccadilly line. Note that on match days Holloway Road station is closed before the match and opens for departures only after the match.
When to Get There
Arsenal stadium tours and museum visits are possible daily, including on match days, but unless you’re a ticket holder, it’s better to avoid visiting on a game day—both the stadium and the surrounding area will be overrun with spectators.
Emirates Stadium Architecture
Opening its doors in 2006, Emirates Stadium was designed by HOK Sport and cost an impressive £390 million to build, with seats for up to 60,365 fans. The state-of-the-art stadium features a striking glass-and-steel facade that is dramatically lit at night. Additional highlights include 12 murals depicting memorable moments in Arsenal history and statues of famous Arsenal stars, including captain Tony Adams, strikers Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, and manager Herbert Chapman.
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Recent Reviews from Experiences in London
Great day out
, Sep 2019
Fantastic tour brilliant access around the ground staff very friendly and helpful highly recommend a visit
Best tour ever!
, Aug 2019
Best tour ever, we were visiting from San Diego and the tour exceeded our expectations I highly recommend this tour to any Arsenal fan.
, Jun 2019
The tour with the audio guide was great. So much information and history to be learnt about the club and stadium. Staff around the stadium were knowledgeable and friendly. A must do for any Gooner.
3 Tours and Activities to Experience Emirates Stadium
Indulge your love of football during an audio guide tour of Emirates Stadium and Arsenal Museum. As you follow in the footsteps of famous football (soccer) players like Thierry Henry, visit the players’ tunnel and the changing rooms—areas usually off limits to spectators—while listening to insightful commentary from former Arsenal goalkeeper, Bob Wilson. Conclude your tour at Arsenal Museum, home to glittering trophies and shirts of famous former teammates, to learn more about the history of the prestigious team.
Box Office Events provides an amazing experience in attending Premier League football matches in the UK. We are London based and are always hands on and ensure customers have a excellent experience attending their match.
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This tour is sightseeing only so there will be no interior visits. Our tour will begin with Wembley Stadium where you will see the iconic stadium and you will be able to enter the official stores and purchase official products. You will then travel by tube to London Stadium, the home of West Ham Football Club. After a lunch break in London’s biggest shopping centre Stratford Westfield or alternatively we shall have our lunch to go to save some time, you will visit Arsenal’s nest Emirates Stadium on the east end. For those keen on aviation, it would be great fun to check the Emirates Aviation Experience. Time to get on a cable car that will take you to the other side of River Thames for the final destination. You will admire the view of east London from the sky and skyline. Our final stop would be Stamford Bridge Football Stadium, Chelsea’s home in Fulham. Here you will learn the story of the construction and The Wall !.
“Victory Grows Through Harmony.” With 4 different Tour options, you can go behind-the-scenes and tour the home of Arsenal Football Club, The Emirates Stadium. Founded in 1886, Arsenal has a varied history from their time at Woolwich, Highbury and Emirates Stadium. The newly refurbished museum offers visitors the chance to take in several exciting exhibits including the entry into the new-look Arsenal Museum and Tour, with many items being donated by former players such as, Jens Lehmann’s goalkeeper gloves that he wore for every league match of the unbeaten Invincibles season in 2003/4, Michael Thomas’ boots from Anfield ’89, Charlie George’s FA Final Cup shirt from 1971 and a selection of iconic shirts including those worn by Alex James in 1936 FA Cup Final and the 2015 FA Cup Final shirt signed by the winning squad. Our sport oriented APTG blue badge guides will take you on an immaculate journey of Emirates Stadium today.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Should I book Emirates Stadium tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Emirates Stadium can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 3 Emirates Stadium tickets and tours on Viator.
How much does it cost to visit Emirates Stadium 2020?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Emirates Stadium costs USD 33.22. Guided Emirates Stadium tours start around USD 33.22 per person. See all 3 Emirates Stadium tickets and tours on Viator.
What's the best way to experience Emirates Stadium?
The best ways to experience Emirates Stadium are:
- Emirates Stadium and Arsenal Museum Entrance Ticket Including Audio Guide
- Skip the Line: Arsenal FC Football Ticket
- London Pass Including Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour and Access to Over 80 Attractions
- London's Football Stadiums Sightseeing Tour
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