Looking for a day out, then why not try the Arsenal Stadium Tour…..Ok first let me give you a bit of the back story!
I never really got into football until Ky took an interest in it! Many members of our family support different teams..I know strange but true! Then when Ky was about 6 he finally decided after watching one of their matches, that he was now an Arsenal supporter.
I have yet to take Ky to a match, but I thought seeing as his dream is to play for his beloved Arsenal, that it would be a good idea to actually see the stadium and have a visual idea of where one day he will be coming to work!
After speaking to a friend they informed me that the Arsenal Stadium do daily tours and that there is also a museum that you can go to and see some of Arsenal’s memorabilia.
With the summer holidays coming to an end I decided this would be a great way to end the holidays.
About the tour
There are different stadium tours available. Ky and I decided we would do the self guided audio tour. This tour allows you to go behind the scenes and explore areas such as the Director’s Box and the players tunnel using an audio visual guide handset.
Ticket Prices and Information
Adults = £20.00
Children (Under 16) = £10.00 (Must be accompanied by a full paying adult.)
Infants (Under 5) = Free
OAP’S and Students = £15.00
Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 Children) = £50.00
Group bookings are also available. Groups of 15+ will receive a 10% discount. Groups of 30+ will need to email email@example.com or call the Arsenal Stadium Tours helpline to book tickets.
Tours are available Monday – Saturday 9:30am to 17:00 and Sunday 10:00am to 15:00pm. Some days the tours may be unavailable due matches being played.
Check here for dates of the tour closures https://bookings.arsenal.com/stadiumtours/booking/fixtures.htm
All tour tickets include free entry into the museum. However if you want to only visit the museum you can just purchase tickets at £10 for adults and £7 for children.
Unfortunately Ky and I never had time to go to the museum after the tour. We decided that we would come back another day and visit the museum.
I would definitely recommend this tour for anyone who is an Arsenal fan or even a football fan who has never had the opportunity to go to a game in a stadium like the emirates. I would advise though, to allow yourself enough time to do the tour and visit the museum. The tour took Ky and I about 1 hour and 30 mins.
For more information or to book tickets go to https://bookings.arsenal.com/stadiumtours/pass/ticketquantities.htm?id=30
Click here to watch our vlog of the Arsenal Tour!