Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour & Skywalk

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour & Skywalk

Calling all Spurs fans!

Whether you've been to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium or not, you're going to want to see what we have on offer for you!

If you're looking for places to visit in London and you love your football, why not embark on a Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tour and learn more about the club? Or, if you're a bit of a dare-devil and you're looking for your next adrenaline rush, climb to the top of it!

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour

The ultimate behind-the-scenes attraction for Spurs fans, football fans, families and visitors to London!

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour takes visitors behind-the-scenes of this world-class stadium, giving exclusive access to First Team areas and an insight into how the players prepare on match days.

Go to 'Tickets' below for more info and to book your tickets!

The Dare Skywalk

The Dare Skywalk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is an adrenaline-pumping, 90-minute experience that will test the mettle of even the most confident of visitors.

Adventure-seekers, super fans, and casual admirers, get ready to climb to the summit of Spurs' incredible arena, one of the newest landmarks in London.

Strap yourselves in and let an expert guide you all the way to the stadium roof for 360° views of the capital.

Weekday and Weekend tickets available - go to 'Tickets' below for more info and to book your tickets!

A little bit about Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, also known as White Hart Lane, is a 62,000-seat stadium located in North London, England.

The stadium is the home of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and has been since it opened in April 2019. The stadium features a state-of-the-art design and a snazzy, translucent roof that covers every seat in the stadium.

At the top of the stadium sits a golden cockerel; a dazzling replica of the iconic emblem.

A golden cockerel graced the top of the Spurs' old stadium at White Hart Lane, and dates back to 1909. Famously, this golden cockerel was damaged by Paul Gascoigne back in the 1990's with an air rifle and the replica has kept these little bumps and bruises too. 

If you dare to skywalk, you'll be able to walk out to the golden cockerel and have a photo taken by it - try to spot the dents left by Gazza! Or book yourself onto the Tottenham Hotspur Tour for more of this incredible club's history. 

  • Multiple lifts to navigate between levels
  • Large wheelchair accessible changing room
  • Changing places toilet
  • Accessible toilet
  • Club shop
  • Multimedia devices provided on arrival for the tour