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Old Trafford

Old Trafford Sir Matt Busby Way, Stretford M16 0RA, England
+44 161 868 8000
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Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour at Old Trafford
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Manchester United Football Match at Old Trafford Stadium
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Old Trafford, home to Manchester United Football Club, is one of the world's most iconic football stadiums. Nicknamed the Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford stadium has been Manchester United's home ground since 1910. Visitors can experience the clubs history and go behind the scenes with the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour. The award-winning Museum blends historical exhibits with interactive experiences, and covers an unrivaled depth of history. The 80 minute guided Stadium Tour allows visitors walk in the footsteps of legends, calling at the players' dressing room, before walking out of the tunnel towards the hallowed turf. Visitors can take their seat in the Managers' chair in the dugout and imagine the roar of the crowd on a match day. Additionally, visitors can have a bite to eat at the Manchester United Red Cafe. Visitors from all over the world are welcome to Old Trafford, and audio guides, souvenir guides and guided tours are available in a range of languages. We're committed to giving the same great experience to all visitors, so the tour of Old Trafford is fully accessible to wheelchair users, and the Museum has a lift to allow access to all 3 floors. Whether you're a Manchester United fan or not, a visit to Old Trafford stadium is a day to remember.
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Old Trafford Sir Matt Busby Way, Stretford M16 0RA, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I’m not a big football fan, I was in Manchester for the marathon but I always stay for a couple of days and we thought why not visit Old Trafford, was an interesting walk round with some great stories from the tour guide.

Thank John E
Reviewed 2 days ago

I visited Old Trafford as part of stadium tour. Our guide was fantastic and made the whole experience so enjoyable. The stadium is absolutely beautiful and It was really nice to just stand there at an empty stadium and think of all the great matches...More

Thank Millivist
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Definitely was a amazing experience to watch a game in Old Trafford! I watched Manchester United x Everton and the atmosphere in the match was incredible! I recommend if you want to watch a football match in this historical Stadium!!!

Thank CaioFernandes
Reviewed 3 days ago

Amazing photo opportunities, and just soak up the Manchester United experience. Highly recommended visit.

Thank Tigeriffic69
Reviewed 4 days ago

A must-go for any Manchester United fan. Even taking a walk around the stadium blew us away, so you can imagine how amazing it was to go through the museum and the stadium tour. It's a good sight to see for any non-United fans as...More

Thank Sihao C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Went here for the hull game as I was able to book everything and get flights fairly quickly. Always a great trip to go on with some friends or family. Can't wait for my next trip over.

Thank GaryQ25
Reviewed 5 days ago

It's a great stadium. Now as away fans we have better seating even better. But what a dreadful place to get out of.It took an hour to travel one mile in our coach which had already been held back by police. But it is impressive.

Thank ejfraser
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It's a really "Theater of dreams " and in "Trophy room " I saw - they come true for Manchester United! Unbelievable stadium and unique atmosphere!

Thank yavorgatev
Reviewed 1 week ago

Come here every year for the Rugby League Grand Final and due to fate normally end up in the West Stand. I can always seem to get behind the sticks low down on the 2nd tier. Great view, great atmosphere.

Thank Paul K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you've never been to Old Trafford then it is well and truly worth a visit. As soon as you enter the stadium you feel a sense of awe. Magnificent environment with plenty of history. We visited on the Utd Legends match v Barcelona. It...More

Thank Helen J
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hugodominguez19
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Response from william stephen j | Reviewed this property |
I would think that tricky157 has probably got it right.The other option might be to get in touch with Swansea and see if they have any spare tickets.Sorry I don`t have any contact details good luck.
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hugodominguez19
October 13, 2017|
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Response from Greek-Buddha07 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! If you get a membership which is about £20, you can purchase a ticket as a member. 1 membership buys 1 ticket. If you want 3 tickets you need to buy 3 memberships & then link the memberships together BEFORE you buy... More
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Gypsystar7
September 30, 2017|
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Response from JednSasha | Reviewed this property |
You can do that using the Metrolink which is quite easy the tram stop is right by the Old Trafford ground or you could travel direct from Leeds by rail to Old Trafford Train Station, the station is called Manchester United... More
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