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London attractions: Get the ball rolling with an Arsenal Stadium Tour
Published: Friday 26th of April 2013
If you are a football fan on the hunt for things to do in London, then why not head down to Arsenal Stadium this month?
The tours give visitors a unique chance to see behind-the-scenes of one of the most popular sports on earth.
Guests have the option of taking a self-guided audio tour around this iconic stadium, which evokes memories of some of the biggest moments in the history of the game.
Complete with clapping, roars from football fans and up-to-the-minute commentary from past games which you can listen to you as you stroll down the corridors of the museum, you'll become totally immersed into the spirit of the game.
You can also opt to take the Legends Tour which includes a tour from a former football star, who will bare all about his current thoughts on the football team, his past and news under the grapevine about the team at Arsenal. Included in both tours is a tour of the Arsenal museum which contains a number of relics from past games and players.
So if you are a sports enthusiast and don't want to miss out, then the stadium will undoubtedly be ideal for you.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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