London Stadium Tour (Former Olympic Stadium)
- See the London 2012 Olympic Stadium
- Visit West Ham United's home changing room, tunnel and dugout
- Enjoy panoramic views of the stadium from the stands
- Discount at the West Ham Coffee Shop
Built for the London 2012 Olympic games, the London Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is open for visitors to take a behind-the-scenes tour. One of the world’s most superb multi-use venues, visitors will have the exclusive opportunity to see where West Ham’s players now play their home matches and where famous artists such as The Rolling Stones, Guns N’ Roses, Beyoncé and Red Hot Chili Peppers have performed.
With exclusive access to usually private areas of the venue, superstar footage and unique interviews, the London Stadium Tour is perfect for London 2012 enthusiasts, West Ham United supporters and anyone simply interested in understanding the workings of a world-class stadium.
Visitors will be able to put themselves in the shoes of their favourite athletes by warming up on the original track from the 2012 Olympics before the roar of the crowds spurs them onto gold. Or why not follow in the footsteps of footballing heroes and make the walk along the players’ tunnel, out to the manager’s dug-out before standing pitch side. You’ll also see the home dressing toom.
The knowledgeable tour guide will provide plenty of modern history and fun facts about the stadium including how it was built for the London 2012 Olympic games.