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Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.4/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
Visit the home of English rugby at Twickenham Stadium. Experience the excitement of a match day, where you can cheer on your team and enjoy the banter between rival fans. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the 82,000-seat stadium with a tour. See the dressing room, royal box, medical room, players’ tunnel, a view of the arena from the top of the stand, and more. Stadium Tours should be booked in advance as there is limited space on each tour. Included in the tour is a visit to the world rugby museum, also available to be visited independently. Learn about the history of rugby with a vast collection of memorabilia. Some of the biggest names in music have also performed at the stadium, including Beyoncé, U2, and The Rolling Stones. Check online to see if your favorite band is performing. Plan to see Twickenham Stadium and other attractions that appeal to you using our Twickenham tour planner.
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  • In between booking tickets for Australian vs Argentina and the match, I developed a mobility problem. The staff could not have been more helpful. They swapped my ticket for an accessible one. I could ...  read more »
  • An evening game of entertainment for two watching Argentina'sPumas and Australia's Wallabies. Billed as a home game for the Pumas the crowd was a mixed and there were a large number of British support...  read more »
  • It can be hard to get tickets but any visit to Twickenham is a memorable experience. The organisation is good, the staff polite and security effective without being in your face. The atmosphere is fan...  read more »
  • Easy to access the stadium by train but the trains will be packed. You'll need to wait for about 2-3 trains. It's well managed once you get there to and police and security ensure the crowds get in and out quickly and safely. There's lots of food outlets and pubs about so better to get there early.
  • Absolutely breathtaking. Sound. Atmosphere. Organisation. Security. Bar locations. All spot on. Always expect to hit traffic on your way out but the streets were well manned and all stewards were very helpful.
  • If it had the word rugby in its name 'Twickenham Rugby Stadium' it would do exactly what it says on the tin. Rugby! Great stadium, outstanding atmosphere for most big matches, beer is really too expensive. And that captive audience just has to pay.
  • Went to see the Army vs Navy rugby game which was an amazing experience. The stadium chairs are a little small. Made for anyone except rugby players really but I had a great view of the stadium none the less
  • Been here plenty of times to watch England in Autumn International, the 7's and more recently some of the World Cup games. It is a bit of a concrete jungle but still an iconic stadium. Atmosphere outside the stadium is usually great and there is plenty going on in the run up to KO. Drinks and food are expensive but seems to be par for the course for big stadia. Pretty good views from all seats and during the game the atmosphere is good but not as electric as the Millennium in my opinion. My major gripe with Twickers is that it isn't very central which means the hassle of getting the overground after the game is a long old slog if heading back to London. Still it doesn't detract from this being a great sports stadium.
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