Old TraffordCurrently Closed
- Address: Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester M16 0RA, United Kingdom
- Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1618688000
- Ticket Price: 18 GBP
- Tags: Art And Culture, Landmark, Stadium, Family And Kids
Old Trafford - Review
If you are a Manchester United fan, you obviously know exactly what Old Trafford is. For those who don’t know, Old Trafford is the home stadium of one of the two major clubs in Manchester; Manchester United, of course. Football fans will love to visit this lovely stadium whether they love the club or not.
The home ground of the red devils sees a lot of tourism due to the popularity of this football club. It also happens to be the 2nd largest football stadium in the country. Opened in 1910, the stadium has a huge football legacy.
The stadium has been modernized to a great extent but the old charm and fervor remains. Although, it is a much more exciting idea to visit this place for a home match, you can also take a stadium tour which is arranged through the Manchester United Museum.
Old Trafford Information
- There will be restrictions on the guided tours on match days. Sometimes there are a few tours even on match days but if the match is early there may not be.
- Ticket price given is for the museum as well as the stadium tour. If you want to see just the museum, go to the Manchester United Museum Adda Page.
How To reach Old Trafford by Public Transport
- Old Trafford, Sir Matt Busby Way (bus)
Restaurants Near Old Trafford
- Lime, Pizza Hut
- Quay House Beefeater
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Things to Know Before Visiting Old Trafford
95% of people who visit Manchester include Old Trafford in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
21.39% of people start their Old Trafford visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Old Trafford
90.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Old Trafford
Old Trafford Trips
Old Trafford, Manchester Reviews
Let me get one thing straight we went and saw Billy Joel here not football. The seats we had were great and I loved every second of seeing my favourite perform some of his best songs. It would have got 5 stars but he did the first line of "glory glory man United" on his piano and I thought my husband was going to throw up. Seriously though great stadium, staff were great and it was awesome to visit a famous stadium as well as seeing Billy 😍
Both myself and my fiance really enjoyed the Tour, and she's not even a United fan!! The guide was funny and informative and we were given plenty of time for pictures. Unfortunately we couldn't get in to the Dressing Rooms but the dugouts more than made up for it. The museum was interesting and well worth a walk round. Only had a coffee in the Red Cafe which was nice, if a bit on the expensive side..
As much as I loved the idea of this pilgrimage, it was too short a visit for my liking as I had to run off to TRY to catch my train. I ended missing the train and I wished I had taken my time there. I got myself some souvenirs though I have absolutely no idea how to charge the power bank I got from there. I wish I had been able to meet some of the footballers or had a real tour of the stadium. A sure fact is that on my next visit to Manchester, Old Trafford is on my must visit list. I will probably dedicate a whole day, and a huge sum of money to that day
Great stadium. Would recommend the Old Trafford experience tour with meal in the red cafe. Very informative. You can do the tour, go back in to the museum for as long as you like then go up to the cafe for the included meal. Lovely way to pass a day.
Supper heroic stadium where almost all records in football lies. I love this stadium Aesthetics. Beautiful to the eyes and so lovely. Environment is fantastic and also the pitch is excellent. Everything in general is very good. Good place to visit. Welcome to Old Trafford