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London attractions: Walk in the 'footie steps' of legends with a Chelsea Stadium Tour
Published: Wednesday 22nd of May 2013
Posted by Kevin Smith
Here, guests can walk in the footsteps of some of Britain's most famous sporting heroes, and even visit the changing rooms where the team spent some of their most tense and dramatic moments.
The attraction offers visitors the unforgettable experience of taking a fully guided tour across the club and standing in the very spot where legends such as John Terry and Frank Lampard used to hang out.
Many areas of the stadium are usually reserved for players on match day but guests who embark on these tours will not only get to see these areas but will also have opportunities for taking photographs to savour the memories.
There is also the Chelsea Museum, which allows visitors to witness some of the fascinating and engaging exhibitions that serve to highlight just how the stadium and the team came to be what they are today.
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