Anfield Stadium Tours

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Opening Hours

The first entry into the stadium is at 10am and the stadium closes at 4pm. The museum closes at 5pm. The time of the final entry each day is at 3pm. Stadium tours are available 7 days each week depending on fixtures. Tours are not available on home match days, 25th or 26th of December, 1st of January, the 15th of April (anniversary of the Hillsborough Disaster) or on a day when there is a sponsor or charitable event.

How to get there

Car- parking is available in the car park on Stanley Park, adjacent to the Anfield Stadium. Bus- from the city centre number 26 operates from Liverpool ONE bus station. 17 from the bus station at Queen Square and the 917 from St. Johns Lane. The 68, 168, 14 and 19 all have stops a short distance from the ground. Taxi- a taxi from the city centre to Anfield usually costs from £7-£9. Bicycle- the cycle hub operates a free service in Stanley Park where your bike is safely stored with an attendant. You need to present the receipt when collecting your bike.


What is the City Explorer Bus?
This is an easy and educational way to visit Anfield Stadium prior to your tour. You can even select this option from the list of extras when you book your tour online. The open top tour bus departs on the hour every hour each day from The Albert Dock from 10am until 3pm. On the way you will hear stories and historical input into events at Liverpool FC from the buses live tour guide. Adult Return £8 Child/Student/Concession Return £5 Family Ticket Return £20
How long before the tour should I arrive at the stadium?
Before you are allowed into the stadium you will be subjected to a security check which may include a random search. You are requested not to bring bags/backpacks etc into the stadium but should you arrive with a small personal bag it will be searched and tagged before entry. If you bring a large bag this may delay your entry and in some cases lead to you’re not being permitted into the stadium.
How can I book a stadium tour?
You can book your tour online through the official website, by telephone (0151 260 6677) or in person at the Museum and Tour Centre Reception. Tours are available to be booked usually no more than 8 weeks in advance once fixture dates have been confirmed. Details of the dates available can be viewed at Tours on the day are possible, subject to availability, to avoid disappointment you are advised to book in advance.
Can I change or cancel a Stadium Tour booking?
It is possible to change your tour which can be done online unless it is within 3 days of your tour. Then you will need to telephone the tour reception to make the changes you require. These changes are subject to availability on the days you require. You can cancel a tour providing you give a minimum of 24 hours notice.
What if I arrive late for my tour?
If you arrive late for your tour and there are spaces available on that day we will try to accommodate you. Equally if you arrive early and there are spaces we can give you a place on an earlier tour. You should however note it is your responsibility to ensure you arrive on time.

Must Know

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 Matchday Tour

The Matchday Tour. Source: Chattrin Disson / facebook

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 Legends Q&A Tour

The Legends Q&A Tour. Source: Itchy Feet / facebook

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’.

Places nearby

Albert Dock
Albert Dock is one of Liverpool’s most stunning attractions, the waterfront contains a World Heritage Site in addition to housing Britain’s largest collection of Grade 1 listed buildings to be found in one location.
Albert Dock

Albert Dock. Source: andreeg2001

The Beatles Story
The Beatles Story is an award winning attraction that tells the story of four Liverpool lads that went on to become one of the world’s most successful bands. This museum collates the story from their humble beginning through to the height of their careers, their solo careers as well as the deaths of those that have now passed on.
The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story. Source: David Poblador i Garcia / Flickr

Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral does not have a history of centuries, it opened in 1978, is the largest cathedral in the UK and the worlds fifth largest. Its stunning statistics include the largest organ in the UK, the world’s widest and tallest gothic-style arches as well as a sensational view from its tower.
Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Cathedral. Source: Pxhere

World Museum
Liverpool’s World Museum specializes in science and human culture. It houses a planetarium, aquarium and other space exhibitions. It is also free to enter.
World Museum

World Museum. Source: Secret Pilgrim / Flickr

Mersey Ferries
The ferries across the River Mersey are one of the best loved attractions in the city. You can take a 50 minute tour, sightseeing along the Mersey or take a canal trip through to Salford Quays in nearby Manchester.
Mersey Ferries

Mersey Ferries. Source: pauldaley1977 / Pixabay