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Adult Tour Of Stamford Bridge For Two

Adult Tour Of Stamford Bridge For Two

Released on 16 April 2007

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Visit the home of the 2004/05 and 2005/06 Barclays Premiership Champions! Retrace the steps of John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba by walking up the players' tunnel and into one of the most famous football arenas in the world! Sit in the manager's dugout, feel the pressure of the post match Press Conference and take an exclusive look inside the magnificent Home Dressing Room! You will also visit the Centenary Museum, documenting over 101 years of football at Stamford Bridge. This is the ultimate experience for a Chelsea Fan.
  • On purchasing this experience you will be issued with a voucher valid for ten months. You are then free to book a time for your tour. You must pre-book a date and time for your tour using the booking line information provided (booking line open Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm). This voucher is for two people. Tours run at 11am, 1pm and 3pm Monday - Friday and 12pm and 2pm at weekends. Tours do not operate on home matchdays. Please note no 3pm tour will operate the day prior to a Champions League home matchday. All public tours last 75 minutes, are conducted in English and shall consist of a maximum of 40 people
  • Location: London (South East)
  • Agenda: Your fully guided tour will start, and end, within the Centenary Museum (located adjacent to the Chelsea Megastore). From there you will visit the areas usually reserved for the players: the Press Room, Home and Away Dressing Rooms, the Players' Tunnel (and the sound of the capacity crowd), Pitchside and the Manager's Dug-outs. The tour also stops in the Shed Upper Tier for a magnificent, panoramic photo opportunity of Stamford Bridge.
  • Please note: The museum will beclosed 2nd June 2008 - 19th July 2008 for refurbishment