Must-see attractions for sports fans in London

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Sport is sewn into the cultural fabric of the UK and London is at the heart of it all. Every year, millions of sports fans, players and enthusiasts flock to the city to check out the breath-taking venues and attractions.

If art galleries or cocktail making in London aren’t for you and you prefer sports, there are plenty of great places to visit in London. The Royal London House by Montcalm is located in the centre of the city which means you can easily reach some of these top sports attractions.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

Church Road, London

The annual Wimbledon Tournament is one of the biggest events tennis events in the world and draws in thousands of viewers every year. Throughout its history, the iconic tournament has attracted the best players from around the world. If you’ve never managed to get a ticket to the event itself, you can still experience the magic of the coveted tournament by visiting the official Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. As you browse the collections, you’ll discover authentic memorabilia and rare items from various Wimbledon champions.

Twickenham Stadium

Whitton Road, London

Head to the South West of London and take a tour around one of the most iconic rugby stadiums in the world. The huge venue is owned by the Rugby Union and is the official host of England test matches and has hosted a number of famous world cup games. Not only will you get to explore the stadium but you’ll get access to the back rooms and the small museum that showcases trophies and official memorabilia. After enjoying a meal at our hotel restaurants near Finsbury Square, be sure to check this out.

Emirates Stadium

Hornsey Road, London

Football is the nation’s favourite sport and there are plenty of places where fans can get their fill of excitement and history in London. The football clubs in London are some of the oldest in the country and the stadiums are incredible. If you only have time to visit one during your visit to the capital, the Emirates Stadium is a great choice. Home to Arsenal FC, the stadium has a capacity of nearly 60,000. Experience the vastness of the stadium while its empty then make your way through the changing rooms and into the museum on a private tour.

Lord’s Cricket Ground

St John’s Wood Road, London

Experience over 200 years of history by taking a tour around this historic sports venue. The Lord’s Cricket Ground is one of London’s most famous sporting attractions and has been the location of some of the biggest games in cricket history. As the official venue for the Ashes Tournament, the ground attracts thousands of visitors every year. Head over to the City of Westminster and take a tour of this iconic venue for a chance to learn more about the history of Cricket in Britain and see some amazing memorabilia.

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