Experience the world’s largest private collection of sports memorabilia at the home of Saracens rugby.
View some of sports greatest pieces of memorabilia used by some of the planet’s sporting legends. Cricket bats from WG Grace and Donald Bradman, two rugby balls used in the 1995 and 2003 World Cup finals, Geoff Hurst and George Cohen’s 1966 football World Cup winning shirts and memorabilia from the 1995 rugby world cup in South Africa signed and personalised by Nelson Mandela. The collection includes a complete set of summer of Olympic torches dating back to Berlin in 1936 and includes the very rare Helsinki torch of 1956.
Not only will you get to see these fantastic pieces of memorabilia on the tour with our experienced guides, you will also gain access to the areas of the stadium that are not normally open to the public such as the Players’ Lounge, media centre, home and away changing rooms and a private box.
Find out about the features that make the home of Saracens the most sustainable stadium in the UK and get the chance to walk in Usain Bolt’s shoes on the warm-up track from the 2012 Olympic Stadium.
Tours last between 90 minutes to 2 hours and you are encouraged to bring your cameras!*
*The home of Saracens is a working Stadium and some rooms or exhibits may not be available on the day of your tour.
Tours and timings
(Please note more dates will be added in due course)
Prices for non-season ticket holders – Adults £17 and Concessions £10. Prices for Season Ticket Holders – Adults £15 and Concessions £8, we also offer a 10% total discount on groups over 10.
How to book
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