I did the tour and museum together, and thoroughly enjoyed them both. Stuart was working on reception and was very welcoming and helpful, had a nice chat about football before making my way to the museum. After a few minutes a man came up to me and asked if I was the guy who had just come in 10 minutes ago, and i started panicking wondering if I'd done something, but he said that he just wanted to say hi and welcome me to the museum and wished me a happy visit, which was very nice. Unfortunately I didn't catch his name. After wandering the museum for about 40-45 minutes,and only taking in half of it, i headed to the cafe to meet David who would be my tour guide. It turned out I was the only one on the tour so I got my own personal tour. He was very friendly and informative. I had a great time in the warm up area shooting at the goal to measure my speed, as I was the only one on the tour, i got to take a few shots, and just missed out on the top 100 leader board by 1 mph. After the tour, i finished looking round the museum, which has a lot of interesting articles and memorabilia. I would fully recommend the Hampden experience to anyone, I think even non football fans would find it interesting.
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