The World Rugby Museum, in the East Stand of Twickenham Stadium, formerly opened as ‘The Museum of Rugby’ in 1996. It became the World Rugby Museum in 2007.
Our collection of over 25,000 objects are displayed within our permanent galleries and supplement a regular programme of special exhibitions as well as formal and informal learning programmes.http://www.rfu.com/twickenhamstadium/worldrugbymuseum/aboutus
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481, T52, T53, T55, T57, T57, 281
Rosebine car park – a short walk from the stadium and accessed off the A316.
|Adult||£8 (+8 tour)|
|Child||£6 (+4 tour)|
|Concession||£6 (+4 tour)|
|Admission notes:Additional for the tour.|
|London Pass||FREE entry and stadium tour|
|Phone||020 8892 8877|
|Website||World Rugby Museum|