The regular stadium tours run several times per week on the weekend and a Friday which allows you to visit the trophy display lounge, the Johnny Haynes stature, dugout, changing rooms and Cottage balcony and on a Sunday there is a special option that includes Sunday lunch in the offer. It costs around £12 (more for the lunch addition) and although you can just walk up on the day, booking is recommended (particularly on the weekend or for larger groups.)
For the tourist of the group, Hammersmith Apollo Theatre is only a mile up the road which means that you can make an evening of it and book theatre tickets after a match, especially if you are staying in London for the night as there are excellent transport links. It is a favorite among comedy legends with many comedians recording their live shows there so it is worth seeing what is showing.
If you are coming to the ground as a family, there are lots of options to entertain your children before kick off. In the Family Area of the Johnny Haynes stand there are video consoles, face painting and ample opportunities to have your picture taken with Fulham’s mascot Billy the Badger.
Fulham offer a truly amazing match day experience called ‘My First Match day’, available for adults and children alike, for an extra £5 on your ticket price you can experience life as a commentator in the press box and interview your friends in the media area. Walk the players walk down the tunnel, and sit in the managers chair and even rest your legs and take in easy in the Chairman’s seat! This experience is very popular so book in advance!
For early arrivals and international fans, there’s nothing to get you in the mood like a 2.5-hour tour and 3-course lunch at the Cottage! Costs £45, but you get to explore everything behind the scenes from the dressing room to the corporate hospitality areas. Otherwise, you’re in London, so the city’s your oyster, as it were! Go have fun!
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