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London attractions: Kick off your tour of London at the Twickenham Stadium
Published: Monday 4th of March 2013
Twickenham Stadium is the home of rugby and is the place to go, if you’re a sports fans looking for things to do in London.
If you want to get a unique backstage tour of this venue, then you’ll get to experience the London rugby stadium museum, as well as a chance to see the dressing room, where the players gather before making their way onto the pitch.
The museum itself opened in 1996, and contains an array of memorabilia and artifacts which tell you about the history of the game.
Twickenham Stadium is perhaps one of the most famous rugby venues in the world and regularly hosts both domestic and international games.
Visitors have a special opportunity to watch one of these games themselves on March 9th, when the Women’s Six Nations final will take place, with England up against Italy.
The men’s Six Nations rugby game will then take place on March 10th, again with England playing against Italy.
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Posted by Samantha Reed
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