Emirates is a massive stadium that serves as a paradise for footballers and football fans. Emirates hosts Arsenal FC games and hence is a recommended visit for arsenal fans. The stadium has plenty of pubs surrounding it and the restaurants and cafes at the venue serve delicious bites. The seating arrangement here is comfortable and offers clear views.
The stadium also features the Arsenal museum. The stadium and the museum make for a pleasant day if visited when in London.
- The toilets at the stadium are scrupulously clean to use.
- Guided tours are available.
- Museum contact number: +44 20 7619 5000
Self-Guided Tour prices
- Adults: £20.00
- Children (Under 16) *: £10.00
- Infants (Under 5) *: Free
- OAPs: £15.00
- Family (2 Adults & 2 Children): £50.00
Other guided tour prices can be found on the official website.
Self-Guided Audio Tour
- Monday – Saturday: 9:30am- 5 pm
- Exit by: 6 pm
- Sunday: 10 am- 3 pm
- Exit by: 4 pm
- Monday – Saturday: 10:30 am- 6.15 pm
- Exit by: 6.30 pm
- Sunday: 10.30 am- 4.15 pm
- Exit by: 4.30 pm
Timings for other guided tours can be found on the official website.
- Holloway Road (Stop SY) Bus Station
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1.61% of people who visit London include Emirates Stadium And Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
60% of people start their Emirates Stadium And Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Emirates Stadium And Museum
90.48% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Emirates Stadium And Museum
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Amazing stadium. The stadium tour was well guided and the view inside was spectacular. Very big and grand looking club store in the stadium where you can find any Arsenal gadget you like. Even though I am not an Arsenal supporter this stadium gave me goosebumps... Which was even more beautiful was the pitch, which looked absolutely gorgeous as you'd expect from Arsenal. Amazing, truly amazing. So if you're planning on going to London, make sure the Emirates is on your list!!
A tremendous job done transferring team's rich history to this modern, state-of-art stadium. Yes, the ticket prices are extortionate, but even the views from the upper level seats are rather decent. The stewards are all very friendly and courteous. The legend stadium tour program was quite nice and interactive, too.
Best football ground in our country. Home of the Arsenal Football Club. Excellent facilities with bar and snacks plus large, clean toilets. Saw Arsenal beat Huddersfield but wasn't the best game to watch but we deserved the three points. Seating very good.
Beautiful stadium, friendly atmosphere, and a great legacy. History entwined all over the modern stadium with wonderful personal touches around the outside like fan stories and great fan service by having three truly great Arsenal players have bronze statues. The stadium is clean on the outside and just as magnificent on the inside. Great access from three different stations on match day and pretty easy to get around on. Staff are generally friendly but can be hit or miss on game days, somewhat understandably.
Brilliant stadium! I love coming to Arsenal games here as the stadium is packed with crowds and the games are great! Food and drinks are pricey but worth every penny. Seating is easy to find as well as directions provided by stewards. The tour is also a must for everyone (not just Arsenal supporters). Me and my dad were shown round by Arsenal legend Charlie George who even signed a vintage Arsenal shirt I had got for my dad. The tour itself is a great experience as you will see the changing rooms, media/conference rooms, player tunnel, pitch and even the VIP lounge! Overall a once in a lifetime experience that is well worth the visit.