Liverpool Football Club: Museum and Stadium Tour
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- Optional audio guide
Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just looking for a fun family day out, don’t miss this opportunity to go behind the scenes at Anfield. Start your tour in the newly expanded Main Stand and enjoy stunning views of the pitch and Liverpool’s skyline.
Experience for yourself how the stadium comes alive on matchdays using immersive technology. Gain a fabulous insight into the club’s history and access to must-see areas such as the Press Conference Room, the This Is Anfield sign, Player’s Tunnel, Managerial Dugout, and the Dressing Rooms.
The stadium tour will be enhanced by a multimedia handset alongside your knowledgeable tour guides on hand to answer any questions. Your ticket also includes entry to The LFC Story where the team’s history is brought to life through never seen before displays.
Information and tour guide first class his knowledge on Liverpool FC amazing worth the money enjoyed it not a patch on Ibrox tho
Take a tour of Anfield stadium and visit the home of Liverpool FC – sacred ground to any diehard Liverpool fans. Enjoy an exclusive Q&A with a Liverpool legend. Visit the the Liverpool FC museum. Take a tour of the LFC Stadium. Hear personal memories, dressing room tales and funny anecdotes from a Liverpool legend during a Q&A session. Have the chance to ask any questions you have. Take a photograph with a former Liverpool player and get their autograph. Legends include: Ian Callaghan, Jan Molby, John Aldridge, Phil Neal, Phil Thompson, Terry McDermott. Tour the stadium and walk out of the player’s tunnel underneath the legendary “This is Anfield Sign.” See epic views of the city from the highest level of the main stand. Step into the home and away teams dressing room. Snap a photo with your favorite team member’s jersey. See the Kop, the press room and the manager’s dugout. Visit th...
It was the best and most informative, entertaining and efficiently run Stadium Tour I have ever been on.
Football fan or not, no visit to Anfield Stadium is complete without a visit to the Liverpool FC Story and the Trophy Collection, which is home to Liverpool Football Club's silverware and memorabilia. He will share his experience of being a fan, player, captain, assistant manager, and manager of the world's greatest football family. The experience brings to life the Reds' illustrious history, whilst also featuring unique and never-seen-before displays which combine the history of Liverpool FC alongside its modern-day stars. To keep the kids entertained there are fascinating facts from the Liverpool FC's Mascot Mighty Red and interactive activities on the handset, including taking a penalty at the European Cup final. There is also the Boom Room, which tells the epic story of Jurgen Klopp's dream team. This brand new museum exhibition pays homage to the players and all who contributed t...
The Museum was superb and I loved reading and remembering the history, seeing the trophies and the memorabilia. Three of us got a taxi from Lime Street for £7 (bus fare is £3 pp). One thing I would have liked to have seen more of….the 70s teams…I was a massive Keegan fan and only saw one reference to him. Lots of old history and more up to date team information. But I would thoroughly recommend the museum!
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Just a fantastic tour. Very informative and helpful guide. Happy to answer our question. Went to most of the important parts of the stadium such as home and away changing rooms. Also what a fantastic museum and magnificent stadium.
Had a fantastic tour. Our guide was incredible. So much knowledge and passion. Funny too. Would recommend it to any true Liverpool fan or to anyone who wants to learn some very interesting facts about the city and club
An absolutely amazing experience. All the tour guides and staff at Anfield were very polite helpful and very understanding. Can’t wait for the new stadium.
Great day. Great comic of a tour guide obviously Great vantage points to see all the ground, dressing rooms, press office and museum Good value for money
A pleasure visit, though I am not a die-hard LFC fan.