A Sporting Double - Wembley & Twickenham Tours
AU3AEAFollow in the footsteps of legends at iconic sporting venues with guided tours of two ofthe largest stadiums in the Europe
Visit some of the most exciting and select areas of Twickenham Stadium, including the Royal Box, Players’ Tunnel, and a visit pitch-side before finishing your visit with the World Rugby Museum. The highlight of the trip is a visit to the dressing room where you will learn about the match-day preparations and routines of international rugby players.
The Wembley Stadium Tour lets you explore the behind-the scenes of the UK’s largest sports and music venue. Taking you deep in to the heart of the stadium to those areas usually reserved for the biggest names in sport and music. This award-winning tour includes the Dressing Rooms, the Press Conference Room, Players’ Tunnel, Pitch side and the iconic Royal Box. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of the original Wembley Stadium.
As if this wasn't enough you also have some time to explore the fabulous royal town of Windsor and pretty Richmond upon Thames.
Your comfortable hotel gives you a great base to relax and enjoy your included breakfasts and evening meals, so you are ready for all of the action on this fun packed short break! Don't miss out on this fantastic experience for all the family.
An ideal choice for:
* Friends and family looking for a unique experience
* Anyone looking for a fun packed amazing short break!
PRICE FROM ? £219 per person
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1Join your coach this morning and head for the popular royal town of Windsor. Enjoy some time to shop, sightsee or grab something to eat before rejoining your coach later this afternoon to continue to your hotel to settle in and enjoy a tasty evening meal.
Day 2After a good breakfast, get ready for a great day ahead.
We will head to famous Twickenham Stadium, the fourth largest stadium in Europe and the second largest stadium in the UK. We include a fantastic guided tour, the ultimate experience for any rugby fan. Twickenham tours take you through to the most exciting and historic areas of the stadium, all while you enjoy the insights and knowledge of an expert tour guide. All stadium tours include a visit to the World Rugby Union Museum that showcases the entire history of the global rugby game. and where you can marvel at the extensive collection of rugby memorabilia, and put your skills to the test in the Play Rugby Interactive Zone, featuring a scrum machine, line-out jump test, kicking machine and much more.
We will also include a visit to the lovely riverside town of Richmond upon Thames. Enjoy time to explore the fantastic range of independent shops, quaint lanes, riverside cafes and walks at your own pace.
We return to your comfortable hotel for the night and our included dinner.
Day 3After a hearty breakfast, say farewell to your hotel and head for Wembley Stadium, the largest in the UK. Our 90-minute fully guided tour of the Stadium includes access to the Walk of Legends and the Cross bar Museum. You will get to visit the changing room, players tunnel and the dug outs and you will also see the post-match interview area and press conference room. Take a seat in the England manager’s chair and climb the steps to the Royal Box are also included in the experience. After your tour there will be free time to visit the London Designer Outlet shopping centre which is located next to the stadium.
Rejoin your coach this afternoon to head homewards with lots of lovely memories for your weekend break!
WindsorINCLUDED Visitor DestinationThe beautiful, ancient royal town of Windsor, is situated on the River Thames with a rich history, dominated by Windsor Castle, one of the most iconic residences of the British Royal Family. Built by William The Conqueror in the 11th century, the castle was extensively remodelled by subsequent monarchs and remains one of the most impressive historic buildings in the country. The castle itself is surrounded by a warren of small streets offering a wonderful range of boutiques, shops, bars, cafes and restaurants for you to enjoy along with the impressive 5,000 acres of gardens that make up Windsor Great Park, and offers some lovely walking routes or maybe even a relaxing boat ride along the River Thames.
Wembley Stadium TourINCLUDED Visitor DestinationThe award-winning Wembley Stadium Tour lets you explore behind-the scenes of the UK's largest sports and entertainment venue – taking you deep into the heart of the stadium to those areas usually reserved for the biggest names in sport and music. Discover Wembley’s glittering past with historical sporting artefacts – with the Walk of Legends displaying objects dating back to the Empire Exhibition of 1924, to the 1948 Olympic Torch and the infamous crossbar that sparked outrage during England’s World Cup win of 1966! The Exhibition of Champions celebrates 56 years of glorious European football history and forms part of the Wembley Stadium Tour. It features prize exhibits, including Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard’s 2005 captain’s armband and David Beckham’s jersey from Manchester United’s victorious 1999 campaign. A must see for true sports fans!
Twickenham Stadium Tour & World Rugby MuseumINCLUDED Visitor DestinationGrab a backstage pass to Twickenham Stadium to explore the Home of England Rugby as you've never seen it before. Visit exclusive areas of the stadium usually reserved for elite rugby players, including the England Changing Room, Players Tunnel, pitch-side and more. Finish your tour with a visit to the world's most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia at the onsite World Rugby Museum, where you can marvel at the extensive collection, and put your rugby skills and knowledge to the test in the Play Rugby Interactive Zone.
Richmond-upon-ThamesINCLUDED Visitor DestinationSituated on the beautiful River Thames south-west of London, Richmond possesses a timeless charm more akin to a village than a town. Henry VII named Richmond after his favourite Earldom, Richmond in Yorkshire, and the gateway of his magnificent Palace, favoured by Elizabeth I, still remains. The riverside is a buzzing haven to many bars and restaurants, and is part of the Thames Path National Trail, a beautiful setting for a stroll and coffee or something stronger as you watch the boats go by. Shopping in Richmond is a delight with a mix of top designer names to small specialists and antique shops. Away from the hustle and bustle of the main shopping street, take a wander down one of the town's little lanes, full of hidden gems from an independent Tea Merchant, authentic Italian ice cream, exquisite chocolate and pastries, cafes, restaurants and unusual gifts galore! You can also escape to the great outdoors in beautiful Richmond Park, one of the country's official Royal Parks, and home to ancient trees, grasslands and the wild deer which roam freely throughout the park which is the most amazing sight to witness!
- 2 nights hotel with breakfasts & evening meals
- Visit to Windsor
- Twickenham Stadium guided tour & World Rugby Museum
- Free time to enjoy Richmond upon Thames
- Guided tour of Wembley Stadium
- Direct Coach Travel
- Net Zero Carbon Offset Certificate
Ariel HotelThis unique ring-shaped hotel - the first to be built at Heathrow - was opened by the Her Majesty The Queen in December 1960. All of the 184 modern air-conditioned rooms come with double glazing and blackout curtains to help you get a good night's sleep. They also have invigorating power showers, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and on-demand movies. You can also relax in the contemporary bar and restaurant while watching the spectacular sight of planes coming in to land.
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