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    What you'll do

    Wembley Stadium has been home to countless sporting and entertainment achievements. Come discover all of them and something you might not know, at a Wembley Stadium Tour.

    Enjoy access to a Wembley Stadium Tour with The London Pass®

    • Pay nothing at the door, simply show your pass.
    • Learn about London's largest and most prestigious sporting stadium, the heartbreak and the elation felt in its walls.
    • Enjoy access to the Crossbar Exhibition and The Walk of Legends.

    Visit the England Football Team's home turf, Wembley Stadium, and enjoy a guided behind-the-scenes tour experience enhanced by a Wembley app that you download on your phone for the duration of your visit.

    Pass Perk

    Show your London Pass in the Stadium Store to receive a 15% discount.

     

    History of the Wembley Stadium

    The original stadium was opened in 1923, and was first called the Empire Stadium - designed for the British Empire Exhibition. It was built by Sir Robert McAlpine, and cost around £750,000 at the time. Plans were to demolish the stadium at the end of the exhibition, but Chairman of the Empire Exhibition Sir James Stevenson decided to keep it standing.

    The first footballing event held at the stadium was the FA Cup Final in 1923. It later became the go-to stadium for cup finals and international matches, including the 1966 World Cup Final, which England famously won.

    It was also well known as a live music venue. The first band to ever perform there was Yes in 1969, but it would later go on to host The London Rock and Roll Show and Live Aid. Michael Jackson performed there 15 times, the most prevalent performer the stadium ever saw.

    The Wembley Stadium of old was eventually shut in 2000, and plans to rebuild it began soon after, but due to many unforeseen circumstances, it didn't reopen until 2007. Since, it has hosted multiple football and rugby finals, the 2012 London Olympics, American Football, and the musical stylings of artists like Madonna, Metallica, and Beyonce.

    Wembley Stadium Tour highlights

    • Revisit some of the greatest moments in modern sporting and music history.
    • Check out a host of artefacts from events throughout Wembley Stadium's rich history.
    • Learn lots of behind-the-scenes information from the informative tour guides.

    Wembley Stadium facts

    • The famous twin towers have made way for an iconic arch over the stadium, which has been totally rebuilt and is now one of the most modern and breathtaking arenas in the world.
    • Though not officially opened by King George V until 23 April 1924, the stadium hosted its first FA Cup final the previous year, when an estimated 200,000 people crammed in to watch Bolton Wanderers FC defeat West Ham United FC 2-0. That match famously became known as the 'White Horse final', as a mounted policeman took to the pitch to keep fans at bay.
    • There are 107 steps in the trophy presentation route.
    • The new Wembley encloses 4,000,000 m³ inside its walls and under its roof. This is the equivalent of 25,000 double-decker buses or 7 billion pints of milk.
    • The pitch is covered by specially designed protective panels for rock concerts which creates space for up 25,000 fans to stand.
    • Each of the two giant screens is the size of 600 domestic television sets.
    • Wembley Stadium has 90,000 seats, 310 wheelchair spaces and 400 press seats.
    • The stadium holds an astounding 2,618 toilets.

    Check out more interesting facts about Wembley Stadium.

    Why Wembley Stadium isn't Just A Stadium

    Wembley Stadium in London isn't just a sports venue, it's a landmark rich with history and full of energy. As the home base for England's national football team and host to major events like the Olympics, this place holds a special spot in the hearts of sports enthusiasts. You can even take a tour with The London Pass® to explore behind-the-scenes areas—from the players' dressing rooms to the fancy Royal Box. This tour doesn't just show you the physical space; it offers an inside look into the stadium's historical significance in British sports. So if you're making a list of must-see places in Wembley, this iconic stadium should certainly be on it.

    Don't Miss Out on A Memorable Wembley Tour

    On arrival, visitors are taken on a guided Wembley tour experience of the stadium with all its events and magic moments enhanced by a Wembley app that you download on your phone for the duration of your visit.

    Recent additions to the Wembley Tour experience include ‘The Crossbar Exhibition’ and ‘Walk of Legends’ which display objects dating back to the Empire Exhibition of 1924 as well as the famous crossbar from the 1966 World Cup final, the Olympic flag from the 1948 Olympics and bringing things up to date with Ed Sheeran’s guitar from his 2018 sell-out solo shows at the Stadium.

    After you’ve learnt all about Wembley’s history, you’ll get the chance to explore the stadium in full. You’ll see the Royal Box, the players’ changing rooms, the press conference room, and much more. You’ll even get the chance to walk through the players’ tunnel and right up to the pitch. Your experience will be enhanced by a newly updated app featuring exclusive, rich content with stories and facts shared through text, graphics and video.

    Want to see what you can expect when you join a Wembley Stadium tour? Check out our behind-the-scenes video as well as an interview with one of Wembley's top tour guides.

    A very good experience and so many facilities. The service is good and also the information about the services and places we can use it turns the tour faster and safe. I think I will use it every time I travel and I share it with friends and relatives.
    Marcio Christ from United Kingdom

    Know before you go

    London Pass customers do not need to book in advance but please be aware that, at busy times, you may be asked to wait for the next available tour.
    Please note: Wembley Stadium is a working venue, as a result tour content is subject to change

    Where you'll be

    Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London, GB

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    Operating hours

    Tour times and availability can vary. Please check the Wembley Stadium website for up-to-date information.

     

    Closings & holidays

    April 28

    Wembley Stadium Tour

    01926 940 110

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