Stadium Tour/Museum prices
The stadium tour is a self guided tour using audio sets to guide you around the stadium. The prices are as follows: Adult £20.00 Students/Seniors £15.00 Under 16s £12.00 Family (2+2) £55.00
The Matchday Tour
The Matchday Tour is available whenever Liverpool FC is playing at Anfield. The start time will vary according to the scheduled kick-off time. Tours last 60-80 minutes and are available at 30 minute intervals. Under 16’s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Visitors are requested to arrive at least 15 minutes before the tour commences for ticket and security checks. The Matchday Tour prices are as follows: Adult £22.00 Students/Seniors £18.00 Under 16s £14 Family (2+2) £65.00
The Legends Q&A Tour
This tour includes meeting one of the former players and includes the opportunity for you to ask questions. These tours are only available on selected dates and cost: Adult £40.00 Students/Seniors £30.00 Under 16s £20
The LFC Story and Steven Gerrard Collection
Each of the tours listed above include admission into the museum. The museum is open from 9am until 5pm seven days a week. The last admission is at 4pm. On match days the last admission is one hour before kick-off and closes 30 minutes before the kick-off. If you wish to only visit the museum then booking is not necessary. Prices are as follows: Adult - £10.00 Students/seniors - £8.00 Under 16s £6 Family ticket - £25.00
How long does The Anfield Stadium Tour last?
You can take as long as you like during your visit. On average a tour takes 90 minutes to 2 hours. The tour is designed to be a relaxed visit, taken at your own pace. There are knowledgeable tour guides positioned around the tour route to answer any questions you wish to ask.
What will I see on the Anfield Stadium Tour?
The behind the scenes tour allows you to view the pitch from level 6 of the new stand, enter the state of the art home team dressing room, visit the conference room, touch the ‘This is Anfield’ sign before walking down the players tunnel and visiting the managers dug out then going to ‘The Kop’.