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London attractions: Get your hands on the FA Cup with a Wembley Stadium Tour
Published: Wednesday 17th of April 2013
If you are a football fan and looking for things to do in London, then be sure to check out Wembley Stadium.
It is one of the largest and better known stadiums in the UK and many world-famous matches have been held there.
Visitors have a very unique chance to take a guided tour around the stadium, highlights of which include historical treasures such as the 1966 World Cup crossbar, replicas and collections, as well as the original flag from London's 1948 Olympic Games.
The tour lasts for around 75 minutes and gives guests access to some of the dressing rooms, conference facilities and the exclusive Club Wembley Middle Tier, among others.
But if you're feeling really special, you can also take a 'VIP Access All Areas' tour which takes you into areas of Wembley that you don't see on a regular tour.
The stadium is due to celebrate its 90th birthday this month and to honour the anniversary it has invited all residents living in Brent to go on a guided tour of the stadium for just £1.50 on the weekend of April 27th and 28th.
With just 5,000 places to spare, the tour will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
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