Whether you are a Manchester Untied fan or not, there's one admission you must make - United have, through various means, made themselves one of the most successful, accessible, and recognisable clubs in the world.
With this comes history, a hell of a lot of it in fact. And on this tour, you get a real sense of the history of the club, its beginnings, and where it is today.
The tour is all-encompassing, including a complete tour of the stadium (which, regardless of your football affiliation, is incredibly impressive just an on engineering sense), a tour of the Man Utd trophy cabinets (which is extensive), and opportunities to have your pictures taken with various trophies (mine was with the FA Cup, or at least a replica of).
It caters for young and old, with plenty of hard facts, player stats, and various other pieces of trivia, and softer information for children.
And then there's the ground itself - from sitting in the chairs of Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton, to visiting the commentary box, to going into the dressing rooms and seeing the shirts hanging, the tour really gives you a sense of what goes on behind what you see on television.
With that insight in mind, it may please you or disgust you. Mine was the latter because, once you analyse it, it's disgusting how a venue and the associated club can be worth/claim so much money.
But, at the same time, I would say it is eye-opening. I've been twice on this tour, with different guides, and both were interesting in their own ways. For a ticket (which I think cost £6) I really do not think you could ask for anything more.
Fan or not, give it a go.
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