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Things to do in London: Meet the legends at Chelsea Stadium!
Published: Saturday 4th of May 2013
If you want to amble through the haunts of one of the most popular football teams in the country, then Chelsea Stadium will give you plenty of things to do in London.
Highlights of the attraction include a guided tour behind the scenes of Chelsea Stadium, where guests will be able to visit the dressing rooms of players, the press rooms, and of course, the museum.
Visitors will be able to follow in the footsteps of famous figures such as John Terry and Frank Lampard as they walk through their dressing rooms and visit some of the very places where these players regularly hung out.
Guests will also get the unique opportunity to take an interactive tour of the football club in the Chelsea museum while gaining a fascinating insight into the tales of modern football.
Both audio and visual shows and exhibitions are included in the tour, as well as an extensive array of Chelsea memorabilia.
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