The home of Rugby Football Union at Twickenham, world famous and iconic
The tour includes access to the dressing room, royal box and players' tunnel
A 10% discount voucher is yours to use in the rugby store
A guide takes you on a tour of Twickenham, capacity 82,000, including the England team dressing room, the Royal Box, the players' tunnel and even the hallowed turf from the pitchside. Then visit the interactive World Rugby Museum, which houses the most extensive collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. Additionally receive a ten per cent discount voucher to use in the rugby store at the end of the tour. Home to the RFU headquarter offices, the stadium's first rugby match took place on 2 October 1909 between first tenants Harlequins and Richmond. 15 January 1910 saw Twickenham's first international with England taking on Wales (commemorated during RBS Six Nations on 6 February 2010 when England faced Wales).