Manchester United promises that the Old Trafford Stadium Tour & Museum is a day to remember with over 200,000 people visiting the north stand museum each year form all over the world it is certainly a destination venue.
Walk through the original tunnel the Busby babes walked through, an historic part of the stadium in it’s self being the only part of the ground that was left standing after the ground was bombed in World War Two.
The ground as been refurbished over the last four years culminating in a 76,000-setter stadium to complement it’s international status. Because of the new capacity the ticket office has started a waiting list for Season Tickets and fans who are non Season Ticket holders can request tickets via ManUtd.com or by ringing six weeks in advance of a game, plus you can also receive text and emails to keep you in touch with ticket & Season Ticket availability.
While on the Old Trafford tour you will visit the dressing rooms and the players lounge which holds just one of the many accolades in the ground, more for motivation than anything else, is an impressive honours board showing every player to have won a cap for their country while playing for United.
Old Trafford Stadium Tour & Museum is open seven days a week from 9.30am – 5.00pm, with the exception of match days.
Tours operate up to every ten minutes from 9.40am – 4.30pm.
The Museum will be open until three hours prior to kick-off on mid-week match days. Pre-booking of tours is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Old Trafford Stadium is just 3.5 miles down the A56 from the family run Cornerstones Guest House which has been providing Bed and Breakfast in Manchester for the last 25 years. Park your car in our car park, which is free for guests, the 263 and 264 bus stop is just out side the front door and the Metro at Brooklands Station is just a 5 minute walk away. You will be in an idel location for a day out at Old Trafford.