London Stadium Tourtickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. For a new(ish) stadium, it’s got tons of history – from 2012 Olympics venue to current home of West Ham Utd.
  2. The views are cracking. From the top of the ‘Copper Box’, you’ll see across the Olympic Park and city of London.
  3. Visiting the player’s tunnel and pitch side is pretty cool. Bounce on your toes. Wave your arms. Pretend you’re a shouty football manager.

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What is there to do at London Stadium Tour?

West Ham Stadium at sunset

West Ham United FC Dressing Room 

Themed Area

Players’ Tunnel 

Themed Area

view from london stadium of River Thames and ArcelorMittal

Panoramic views


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Carlo says

"There's a lot to do in the area so make a day of it "

There's loads to do around the London Stadium, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where there's a nature reserve, food market, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the Olympic Bell, the Olympic tour statue and the Abba arena where Abba Voyage is. You can really make a day of it!


Sandy says

"Go on a weekday if possible"

We went on a weekday during term time and it was so much quieter, we had a lot more space to move around and got a great view of the stadium.

What to expect at London Stadium Tour

The Olympic Park’s home to ABBA, big slides and must-visit stadium tours. Nice.

If footy stadiums float your boat, The London Stadium Tour is definitely a hot ticket – even if you’re not a West Ham fan!

With a 66,000 capacity, it’s one of Britain’s biggest sports venues. And it’s also got a retractable roof, 360-degree digital video scoreboard and banging sound system (great place for watching gigs as well as games).

Running for an hour, the stadium tour packs a lot in. You’ll see the players dressing rooms, hospitality suites, press conference room, pitch and West Stand. And you’ll learn loads about how the stadium was built, why they bothered, and all the exciting events it’s hosted – from the London Olympics to Beyonce. Get your London Stadium Tour tickets here to experience it for yourself!

Plonked in Stratford, it’s just a few miles from the city centre. And while you’re in the Olympic Park, you can also see the Areclormittal Orbit statue (its tunnel slide’s Britain’s tallest and fastest), explore kids trails and water fountains or grab a beer at Roof East. Go on, you deserve it.

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Facilites you'll find at London Stadium Tour

  • On-site Café(s)
  • Water Fountain/Drinking Water
  • First Aid
  • Baby Changing Facilities
  • Pushchair Parking
  • Off-site Parking
  • Toilets
  • Gift Shop

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London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 2ST

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London Stadium Tour Opening Times

Daily 11am - 3pm (10am - 3pm on weekends)

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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London Stadium Tour at a glance

London Stadium Tour is an attraction based in London. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Interactive Experiences Days Out for Adults .

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How much are London Stadium tour tickets?

Prices vary based on time and date of your visit but on London Stadium tour tickets start from £20.

How long is the London Stadium tour?

The tour is self-guided so you're free to spend as much or as little time on the tour as you like. Most people spend around an hour and a half to experience the tour and visit the shop and café.

Is there parking at the London Stadium tour?

Heads up - there is no parking available for the London Stadium tour. It’s recommended to use public transport to get to the stadium, Stratford is the nearest station. If you do plan on driving, there are nearby parking options at Stratford and Westfield, but these are not controlled by London Stadium. Blue badge parking is available at the Aquatics Centre close to the stadium.

What time do I need to arrive for the tour?

It’s recommended that you arrive 15 minutes before your allocated tour time. Please bear in mind, tate arrivals may not be admitted.

Where does the stadium tour start?

Go to the tours ticket office located on the upper level of the Stadium Store to begin your studio tour. Nice and easy.

Is the London Stadium tour wheelchair accessible?

You can access all levels of the stadium by a lift, please contact [email protected] to discuss any adjustments you may need.

Is there anywhere to eat within the stadium?

Good news - there is a stadium café that you can go to before and after the tour. This café is located on the lower level of the stadium store.

Can I take a pushchair on the tour?

No unfortunately pushchairs are not allowed on the tour, they must left at the entrance when you arrive.

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