The UK’s cultural fabric is woven with sport and London is the center of it all. Millions of sports enthusiasts, players, and fans visit London every year to see the amazing venues and attractions.
There are many great places to see in London, including art galleries and cocktail-making in London. You can reach these top attractions easily from the Royal London House, Montcalm located in central London.
Football is the national sport of choice and London has plenty to offer for fans who love history and excitement if you get a chance to travel there. London’s football clubs are among the most established in the country, and their stadiums are amazing. The Emirates Stadium is a good choice if you have limited time and can only visit one of the clubs during your trip to London. The stadium is home to Arsenal FC and has a capacity of close to 60,000. Enjoy the grandeur of the stadium when it is empty, then take a private tour to see the changing rooms and the museum.
There are lots of beautiful destinations you can choose from in Europe. But if you decide on visiting London, you cannot miss the chance of visiting this attraction. Wembley Stadium has a capacity of 99,000 and is home to the Tottenham Hotspurs. It was also the stadium that hosted the recent Stadium renovations. Wembley is the home ground of the English national football team and hosts the FA Cup Finals. It also has its own museum.
Marylebone Cricket Club Museum and Lord’s Tour
If you are passionate about cricket, don’t hesitate to spend a few hours touring one of the most famous cricket grounds in the UK.
Lord’s is open daily to allow cricket fans to explore the history of the grounds, as well as to follow in the footsteps of great cricketers. It’s also within easy reach for hotels located in London.
It offers self-guided and scheduled tours, as well as a museum with famous cricket artifacts. This is a great way for you to spend a few hours taking in all that Lord’s has.
Twickenham Rugby Stadium in South West London is home to many Rugby teams from various cups. This 1907-built stadium hosts weekly matches, tours, and European cups.
Twickenham, which has a capacity of 82,000, also hosted the 2016 & 2017 NFL American Football Games during their London leg.
Wimbledon Tennis Club
Wimbledon Tennis Club is located within the West London borough Wimbledon and has been home to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club for over 150 years. The grounds are a monument to a British tradition, with only 100 members.
You can purchase tickets to the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament if you are visiting in July. This tournament pits hundreds of world-class tennis players against each other in singles or doubles matches.
River and Rowing Museum
London is known for its history of hosting sporting events on the River Thames. The River and Rowing Museum, which is family-friendly, is a must-see for anyone who loves boating.
Visitors can visit Steve Redgrave’s Sydney IV boat, in which he won his fifth Olympic Gold Medal. They also have the opportunity to see his unusually large rowing shoes, which are still in the boat.
The River and Rowing Museum can be reached from any of our London hotels by taking the train to Henley-on-Thames.
You can take a museum tour by public transport and return in time to have a cup of tea in Kensington at lunchtime.
London’s top museums and historical sites are worth a visit, but it is also important to ensure that everyone has some exercise or the chance to see a new sport. This makes for a memorable family trip.