Want to be part of Twickenham history?
Photo: World Rugby Museum
The World Rugby Museum and Twickenham Stadium Tours have now been operating since 1996 and with the South Stand development completed in September 2008, there is the opportunity for us to visit areas of the Stadium that have never been open to the public before.
With this in mind, we are currently looking for more volunteers to join our elite team of tour guides to take our many visitors around our Stadium Tour route.
Our tour guides come from all walks of life and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience along with them. This is a part-time voluntary position and there is no remuneration package, but travel expenses will be paid. Knowledge of Rugby Union would be an advantage but it is not essential. Training will be provided.
If you are interested and think you could wax lyrical about Billy Williams’ cabbage patch, Jonny Wilkinson’s kicking techniques or who is lucky enough to sit in the Royal Box, please email the museum or telephone Lindsay Simmons, Tours Manager on 0208 892 8877 for more information.