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Wembley Stadium "Venue of Legends" - until your dream comes true, there's only one way to experience what it's like to win; take the Stadium Tour. Get behind the scenes, walk in the footsteps of legends and feel the magic.

  • Sense the history in the England Changing Room
  • Experience the tension of the Players Tunnel
  • Climb the sacred Trophy Winners' steps
  • Get your hands on the replica FA Cup
  • Sit in the England Mangers seat
  • Relive Wembley's greatest moments on video

Visit their website for more information about the Stadium Tour and booking

Getting to Wembley Stadium from the Americana takes 12 minutes by public transport; so it makes sense to stay in Central London and not "out of town"

Wembley Stadium

There is a station on either side of the Stadium so to determine you best travel option; look at the back of your ticket to find out which station is nearest to the entrance you have to use. Wembley Park and Wembley Stadium are both in Zone 4 and if you do not have an Oyster Card you will need to buy a Travel Card for Zones 1 to 4. You DO NOT need to buy a seperate ticket for the train service from Marylebone

WEMBLEY PARK station
Take the Metropolitan Line from Baker Street to Wembley Park, it is then just a short walk down Wembley Way to the Stadium

WEMBLEY STADIUM station
Walk to Marylebone Railway Station (about 400 mtrs); turn left when you go out of our front door and then right at the traffic light
Take the Chiltern Railway service to Wembley Stadium station.
When there is an event at the Stadium they have a direct service that departs every 15 minutes.