Stamford Bridge Tours

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Opening hours

Tours are conducted every day from 10am until 4pm. Tours commence every 30 minutes.

There are no tours available on the days when there is a home game. Pre-booking is recommended.

How to get there

London Underground- the nearest station is Fulham Broadway on the District Line.

Bus- on Fulham Road outside Stamford Bridge there is two bus stops. Bus services numbers 14, 211 and 414 each serve those stops.

Bicycle- there is a cycle shed available for bike parking at Stamford Bridge.

Car- drivers are advised not to drive their car to Stamford Bridge as the surrounding area has strictly enforced resident parking restrictions. There is no public parking available at Stamford Bridge. There are a limited number of parking spaces available at the Fulham Broadway Centre, 200 metres from the entrance to Stamford Bridge.


How much does the stadium tour cost?
An adult ticket costs from £24, a children’s ticket (5-15) is £15 and concessions tickets (student with valid ID, senior citizen or registered disabled) are £16. Children aged younger than 5 years of age have free entry. If you make your booking by telephone you will be subject to a booking fee of £2.50.
What are the opening times for the Chelsea Museum?
The museum is open every day from 9.30am until 6pm. The last entry is at 5.30pm.
How long does the tour take?
Each tour lasts approximately one hour.
Where does the tour begin from?
The stadium tours and museum are located behind the Matthew Harding Stand. All visitors attending a tour should arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time of their tour.
What is included in the tour?
You will visit both the home team and away teams dressing room, you will then go pitch side and visit the dugouts after walking through the player’s tunnel. Your tour of the stadium also includes a visit to the press room and includes entry into the Chelsea FC museum.
Are there any audio guides?
Yes, audio guides are available in twelve languages. The audio guides have interactive touch screens so you can watch exclusive events as you progress around the tour.
What about access for the disabled?
There is very good access for wheelchair users both outside and inside the stadium. On the approach to the tour entrance there is a slight slope before it levels out. The museum is located on the second floor with lift access. The route of the stadium tour is fully accessible with ramps and seating provided if it is required. Tour guides are trained to offer assistance should it be required.
Disability Parking
There are a limited number of parking spaces available on site for Blue Badge holders. There is also a drop off point at the main entrance to the stadium.

Must know

About the tour
The fully guided tour of the Chelsea Stadium will take you behind the scenes to the areas normally only accessible to players, staff and officials.
360 Interactive Tour
Everyone on the tour is given a multi-media device that enables each visitor to read information about various sections of the tour, their favourite players or videos of past games. For older members they might like to read about the clubs history since it was founded in 1905. Another feature of the interactive devices is to feel the atmosphere of a matchday from the home dressing room, player’s tunnel or the upper tier of the Shed End.
Legends Tour
The Legends Tour is the ultimate look at a behind-the-scenes visit as it is conducted by a former player where visitors can conduct a Q and A session with one of their heroes. The Legends Tour includes all the features of the conventional stadium tour but each visitor also receives a signed souvenir booklet. These tours focus on players from the 1960s through to the 1990s so may not be suitable for younger fans. There is usually only one or two of these tours each month and they usually sell out in advance. These tours cost £80 per person with a maximum of 40 people on a tour.
Stamford and Bridget Tour
This tour operates on specific dates during school holidays and is geared towards younger fans. You can take a tour of Chelsea Stadium in the company of the clubs two lion mascots where children can have fun throughout the tour including photos taken with the mascots. The tour takes one hour, there are plenty of interactive games to participate in during the tour and every visitor receives a free guidebook as a reminder of their visit. All tickets for this tour cost £19.
Museum Entry Only
For people with limited time the museum costs £12 for adults, £10 for children with concessions tickets costing £11.

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The Meridian Line at the Royal Observatory
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Mail Rail
This railway line was built by the Post Office over a hundred years ago to transport the mail beneath the city of London. Everyone knows all about the London Underground, but this underground railway was shrouded in secrecy. For decades the mail was shunted across the city along its six and a half miles of tunnels until the line was closed in 2003. A section of the line has now been opened to visitors and the tiny electric train has a new life carrying passengers instead of mail.