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World Rugby Museum

The World Rugby Museum and Stadium Tours

The World Rugby Museum is the ultimate visitor experience for the world rugby enthusiast.

Twickenham is the home of England rugby and also the World Rugby Museum, the finest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. The Museum opened in 1996 and takes visitors through the history of the sport from its origins to the present day.

More than just a collection of interesting artefacts, the World Rugby Museum is an inspirational journey through the history of the ultimate team game.

Core Values: The Life and Work of Gerald Laing

Gerald Laing first made his name in the 1960s among a group of emerging American pop-artists that included Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana and Jim Rosenquist. In later years he turned his hand to sculpture and left his imprint all over Twickenham Stadium in the shape of 'The Four Players' and the monumental 'Core Values' line-out sculpture that stands outside the stadium.

The exhibition Core Values: The Life and Work of Gerald Laing runs throughout the QBE Internationals and 2014 RBS 6-Nations period. On public display for the first time will be a selection of Gerald's conceptual drawings and the actual resin moulds used to cast the five large scale players' heads from the Core Values sculpture, which visitors will be invited to touch and feel.

Find out more about the Core Values exhibition

Object of the monthl

November 2012 Object of the Month

With the QBE Internationals fast approaching, here at Twickenham Stadium we are excitedly anticipating the invasion from the Southern Hemisphere. With so many amazing objects in our collection relating to all the different participant teams it has been difficult deciding which to choose. .

Find out more

Twickenham Stadium South Stand

Planning Your Visit

Stadium Tours depart from the Rugby Store in the South Stand.


You are advised to book your tour in advance.

Spaces may be available on the day; please telephone 020 8892 8877 to confirm.

Visitors should check in at the South Stand Rugby Store to purchase Stadium Tour and Museum-only tickets. Stadium Tours will depart from the South Stand and finish at the World Rugby Museum.

If you arrive early and would like to view the Museum before the Stadium Tour, please be forewarned that you will have to walk between the two sites and return in time for the Stadium Tour. It is most convenient to visit the Museum at the end of the Stadium Tour.

All visitors are welcome to park for free in the Main Car Park, where our security officers can direct you upon arrival.

For full details of our opening times and prices, please visit our Opening Times & Prices page.

*Larger pre-booked schools and tour groups should check in at the World Rugby Museum, located in the East Stand, as per your instruction by telephone or email. These tours will conclude at the South Stand Rugby Store; it is therefore recommended that groups wishing to view the Museum at leisure arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the tour's departure time.

You are advised to book your tour in advance.

More information on planning your visit.

Important Visitor Information

Stadium redevelopment
From May 12, 2014* the stadium's redevelopment will begin to impact on the stadium tours. The tour route should not be significantly affected but there is likely to be noise disruption. From June* to November* the route will be affected and the prices will be reduced as such. If you have any concerns or queries please contact the museum office on 020 8892 8877 or email
* dates subject to change

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Looking to buy a gift?

Why not purchase a Twickenham Stadium Tour and World Rugby Museum gift voucher? The tour and museum package costs £16 for adults, £10 for concessions and £45 for a family ticket. Vouchers are valid for 24 months from purchase. Vouchers can be purchased here or by phone on 020 8892 8877.

Fancy some food?

We offer a variety of breakfast and lunch meal deals when booking a tour in advance. These are taken at the on-site Marriott Hotel and range from £10 breakfast or lunch to a £15 two-course meal. Kids up to age 12 eat for £7. Meals must be purchased at time of booking your tour to get the meal deal and are available online or when making a telephone booking.