Good news for Manchester United fans as the club is set to reopen its museum and stadium tours this spring in line with the government’s measures for easing lockdown. After over a year of closures and disruptions due to the pandemic, the popular attractions are due to reopen on Monday 17 May.
Visitors can step into Old Trafford and immerse themselves in the history and magic of the Theatre of Dreams. The museum and stadium tour takes visitors on journey exploring the triumphs and tragedy of Manchester United’s 143-year history. They can expect to see thousands of unique exhibits in the club Museum, followed by a tour of England’s largest club football stadium. Also included in the tour are the players’ tunnel, the manager’s dugout, and a walk alongside the world-famous pitch.
Food and drinks will be available at The Red Café, situated at the heart of the Sir Alex Ferguson stand. Fans who can’t wait to get back to the club can now visit the its renowned Megastore, which reopened on Monday 12 April. Manchester United has confirmed that their attractions follow the government and industry COVID-19 guidelines after receiving certification from The National Tourist Organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The club has put a range of measures in place across all of its attractions to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. These are to ensure that visitors can enjoy their experience whilst keeping themselves and staff safe.
Adult prices start from £25 and juniors/concessions from £18 when booked online. Additional discounts are available for education groups. Group bookings will be limited to 15 people until Monday 21 June to allow for social distancing. All dates are based on the governments current timetable for the easing of lockdown measures and are subject to review. Advanced bookings are strongly recommended and can be made on the link below.
- Simran Dey
- Published on:
- Tue 13 Apr 2021