School Visits to the World Rugby Museum
Photo: World Rugby Museum
The World Rugby Museum offers a raft of unique learning experiences set in the context of Rugby Union, professional sport and Twickenham Stadium.
Schools, colleges and universities can chose from a combination of the following activities:
Stadium Tours offer a behind the scenes look into the workings of this modern professional sports venue.
The World Rugby Museum looks in depth at the roots and culture of the global game.
Workshops provide hands-on interactive learning experiences built around Rugby Union, Twickenham Stadium and the school's National Curriculum.
Seminars provide the opportunity to discuss Rugby Football Union, the demands of professional sport and the operational side ofTwickenham Stadium with a professional in the field.
Worksheets are available for download to be used during your visit or afterwards in the classroom.
Your visit also includes:
- Free parking for coaches and cars
- One free supervisory adult admission for each group of eight children
- On-site Rugby Store with pocket money items
- Access for All
Workshops and Seminars are available at no additional cost on top of standard group Stadium Tour and Museum bookings.
We offer a group discount of 10% on our advertised prices for groups of 15 people or more.
All groups are requested to pay either in advance, or on the day, by cheque (made out to the ‘Rugby Football Union’), cash or credit card. We are unable to invoice groups after their visit.
England Rugby Football Schools Union (ERFSU) members are entitled to 2 for 1 admission.
We also offer complimentary pre-visits for teachers who would like to assess our facilities.
A risk assessment can be copied here:
Please phone the Museum on 020 8892 8877 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.