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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. Use our London online journey maker to visit Emirates Stadium on your trip to London, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We were three buddies who had bought us tickets to an Arsenal game, and had bought VIP tickets this time. The package includes entrance to the Museum, entry to a VIP area with restaurant and bar. During the break, it was served free beer. Plasserngen we got was very good. My impression is that the majority position ensures good visibility to the actual path. The stadium itself is worth a visit, and for a Arsenl fan is of course the souvenir shop is a must.
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  • Highly recommend this tour, very easy to get around and the audio was very informative!! The only down fall was that we only got to visit one stand, I've beIN to a good few stadiums and most tours bri...  more »
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  • Definitely need to take the self-guided tour. It’s quick, easy, and gives you access to many interesting parts of the stadium. You get behind the scenes looks at the home and opposing locker room, the press conference room, and tunnel/dugout area. The tour also allows you to see where the players park and the VIP seating area. I can’t even imagine how electric the stadium would be on game day.
  • While I'd like to give it a poor review because my team lost to Arsenal, I cant 😡🤬. Its a fab stadium. Really well designed. It's comfortable and I don't think there are any "bad" seats. Even if you are super high up the view is still good. When I was there it rained heavily, but we were still well protected with the awning and stayed nice and dry. We were sat opposite the clock.
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