This is your chance to enjoy an exciting journey through the history of Rugby at the fabulous Twickenham Stadium. From humble beginnings at the Rugby School through to modern-day professionalism, the Museum of Rugby has it all and boasts the biggest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. It's all here at Twickenham Stadium where a Stadium Tour provides the perfect compliment to your museum visit - and it's closer than you think at only 20 minutes by train from London Waterloo.
On a Stadium Tour you'll learn how 'the cabbage patch' became Twickenham and get the all important look inside the England dressing room. Sit in the seat of your favourite player; take a drink from the magic fountain before running out of the player's tunnel, imagining 82,000 people cheering you on.
And it's not just for rugby nuts, the whole experience has something for everyone (there's even a scrummaging machine where you can test your strength) and promises an interactive journey through the history of the world game. The Museum's many paintings, hours of match footage and original pieces of playing kit help tell the story of how a schoolboy game became the internationally renowned sport it is today.
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