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There is nowhere in England more important to rugby union than Twickenham Stadium. Home to England Rugby and the World Rugby Museum (WRM) - this is the ultimate experience for the rugby enthusiast. The World Rugby Museum & Stadium Tour gives a...more
All reviews great atmosphere double header world cup rugby match great rugby six nations big game rugby fans watch rugby england rugby middle tier watching england food outlets a nightmare plenty of food match days public transport
As an Irish rugby fan I thought I’d visit Twickenham to see England v All Blacks and enjoy the game without nerves jangling!! The rain poured down, but I was happy because I was in the lower tier and had shelter under the stands above,...More
Great day out for the England Japan game. Beers were a fiver, card only so don't bother taking cash with you like I did. Transport looked good and regular. We walked but saw plenty of packed buses going past.
Went to England v Japan - Twickenham is always a good day out with friends - beers are reasonably priced - queues can be long but it's still a great day if you can get a ticket. The journey is the worst part of the...More
Was lucky enough to get to see 2 of the quilter internationals this month and was fantastic.
If you going to buy some England gear and your on O2 make sure to ch co the app and you may get 20% off and also they...More
Do get there early - you need 1.5 hrs to queue past security, find a toilet, get food and beer and locate your seat.
We only left and hour and almost missed the Haka.
Queues for toilets at half-time we’re insane, would recommend going backdown...More
First time to Twickenham - had such a great day. Atmosphere and noise in the stadium is great and the facilities outside make for such a friendly atmosphere. Lots of places to get for & drink. I recommend staying an hour or so after the...More
Well the Village has been improved, the stadium is as good as ever but i only write this to complain about the prices in the village! £12 for a portion of fish and chips which looked as if it was left over from last weeks...More
We have been fortunate to visit Twickenham on 2 seperate occasions to watch rugby matches, both of them with England playing, and the experience has been amazing (despite not being an English rugby fans!). Access to the stadium is relatively easy and the gate and...More