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Emirates Stadium, London

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Home of Arsenal FC, Emirates Stadium has a capacity of over 60,000 visitors and is the third-largest stadium in England, second only to Wembley and Old Trafford. Since 2009, the venue has undergone "Arsenalisation," with the aim of restoring Arsenal’s heritage and history. A shrine depicting every player ever to have played for the club was erected just outside the stadium. Eight large murals were installed on the exterior, depicting the 32 club legends linking arms with each other, creating the effect of a huddle embracing the stadium. Take a guided tour of the site’s iconic three-tiered bowl and discover the 93 years of proud club history at the Arsenal Museum, just to the north of the venue. To visit Emirates Stadium on your holiday in London, and find out what else London has to offer, use our London holiday planner.
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  • Visited today from Oxfordshire as birthday treat for the girl (11). Her brother (7) was very happy with the choice of treat too! All really enjoyed the self-tour; highlights were seeing the pitch for ...  more »
  • We take a rainy day in London, to visit the Arsenal Stadium. We loved very much go with audioguide, because you can go at your own pace and take the time you want by taking photos. We could visit the changing rooms, VIP managers, the field of play, the press room Another detail that we liked, is that you can make a free certificate, proving that you've taken the tour of the stadium. It is true that Wembley were impressed more as a stadium, but it is worth visiting the Emirates Stadium.
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  • Power very fun and interesting. Worth of the money. With guide in German. The stadium can be viewed alone in various stations. Is just dumb that you 20 pounds to pay for his images at the end. Bit prohibitively expensive.
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  • Amazing new stadium. Love the structure, the lights, the location as well. Easy to reach (Holloway Road tube station, Arsenal tube station, Drayton Park National Rail station the nearest ones). Since it can contain more than 60000 people, it really transforms the neighbourhood on a match day, making the atmosphere joyful, fun and busy. The stadium also has a big shop. If only the tickets were a little less expensive ;) Anyway, I got the opportunity to enter for £ 4 for a youth match, so check the website!
  • Easy to access. Great views. Easy and fast to empty. I had a great time there. Not much people will care about this, but wifi in the stadium did not work
  • I have been there 3 times but I saw 2 matches in 1 day by different teams so 4 really but the atmosphere is really nice and when you see the stadium even if you have been 3 - 10 times your adrenaline starts pumping and it is one of the BEST places I probably will EVER go. 5 stars!
  • Excellent views from our seats which were quite high up. The atmosphere were a bit subdued but it wasnt a big game and arsenal were winning easily. Plenty of option to get to the stadium but getting home is a bit of a problem. I would suggest either get out 10 minutes early or wait half an hour in a nearby pub.
  • Did the stadium tour, recommend you to do it. Great view from the stadium and you can go to the Arsenal museum.