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Rugby fans must not miss Twickenham World Rugby Stadium for things to do in London

Published: Wednesday 22nd of August 2012

People seeking things to do in London could opt for a trip to the Twickenham World Rugby Museum and enjoy a stadium tour round the famous ground.

Currently showing at the museum is a new exhibition entitled Rugby in Focus, which displays a range of photographic material from the collection.

A stadium tour allows visitors to glimpse behind the scenes of Twickenham - the fourth largest sports stadium in Europe, and the largest venue in the world to be used only for rugby.

One of the major highlights of the tour for rugby fans is a visit to the England dressing room, and they will also be taken round the royal box, hospitality suites, medical room and players' tunnel.

Guests will also be stunned by the breathtaking view of the vast arena from the top of the stand, before they descend for a pitchside walk.

Discover more for less with a London sightseeing pass.

Posted by Georgina Black

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