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Manchester United Old Trafford Tour

The Museum & Stadium Tour of Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground, the self-styled “Theatre of Dreams” is hugely popular with football fans from all over the world, not just Manchester United supporters.

Old Trafford, home of Manchester United

Participants of our tour included visitors from Hong Kong and Russia as well as Swansea City supporters in Manchester for their team’s Monday night game with Manchester City.

The tour begins in the Museum, which has replicas of Manchester United’s many trophies, shirts, boots and other memorabilia donated by Manchester United players past and present and video of many of the great matches featuring the club. The interesting displays chart the history of Manchester United, the Busby era and the tragedy at Munich, through to United’s first win in the European Cup and its present dominance in English football. The Museum also reveals the hooligan problem that affected the club in the 1970s.

The Manchester United Trinity

Bobby Charlton, George Best & Denis Law

The Stadium part of the tour takes visitors into the ground to get a full appreciation of the size of Old Trafford and your guide will explain the technological features of the stadium, which includes CCTV coverage of every seat. next, you are led into the dressing rooms, which with their brown wooden panels have something of a 1970s area, reinforced by the players’ bar with fading photographs of George best, Denis Law and a young David Beckham pinned to the wall.

You are then led out through the tunnel onto the touchline towards the players’ and managers’ benches. The tour then takes you back to the Museum where you exit through the Megastore.

The Museum & Stadium Tour or just entrance to the Museum can be booked online with ticket prices prices for non-members presently 15 GBP for adults and 10 GBP for children.