A football fans perfect day out exploring Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club, in a guided tour and Museum visit at the end.
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London
Tel: 0871 984 1955
Active and Sport, Historical Sites, Indoor Activities, Museums and Art Centres, Outdoor Activities
Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Schools and Groups, Teenagers, Under 5s
(based on family of 4)
Planning family days out in London for any football fan, whatever their age, should include a tour of Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club and a visit to the Museum, an exciting must-see attraction for all football and sports fans. Tours are fully guided and one hour in duration. Visitors will have the chance to see the Stadium, the Press Room, the dressing rooms, the tunnel and the dug-out areas. All tours include entry to the Museum. As the largest football museum in London, the 670 square metre space combines the best mix of old and new by using state-of-the-art technology and innovation to offer visitors of all ages an unrivalled interactive experience. Even if you’re not a Chelsea fan, the Museum has something for everyone. Located on site behind the football stadium, it brings the Premier League club’s past to life through a combination of interactive and audio-visual shows. There are 16 different zones to keep visitors entertained for hours, ranging from photo opportunities with some of Chelsea’s big players through the use of green screen technology to how a dog bite led to the formation of Chelsea Football Club. Kids will enjoy showing off their football skills at the shooting gallery, where they’ll receive a video introduction and tutorial from a member of the Chelsea Academy before demonstrating whether they are the next Didier Drogba in the making. Or for the less active participant, a 40-person seated theatre shows a match day from a fan’s perspective, documenting everything from the game preparation outside the ground to the atmosphere and goal scoring reaction within.
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