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Things to check out around Loftus Road?

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Charlotte
Charlotte

QPR offer both match day and non-match day tours which are priced at £15 for adults and under 18’s at £7.50. You can book a match day tour when the tickets for the match go on sale and can sometimes get booked pretty quickly however there are tours taking place on a Tuesday and Saturday during the week in case you miss out. The tours include exclusive access to; the tunnel, pitch, press and hospitality areas, trophy displays, honours board and the changing rooms for both the home and away teams.

Another interesting activity to do near the stadium is “Escape London” especially as a team or large group because this is a live game where you have to beat the clock and escape. With 3 different options to choose from it is fine if you are coming back for a second visit and it is less than 15 minutes away from Loftus Road.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

For just £15 for an adult and £7.50 for juniors, you can go on a pre-match stadium tour. Starting at 10:00 am and lasting an hour, the tour will take you through the hospitality and the press areas, along the trophy display and honors board and most excitingly, through the players dressing rooms, down the tunnel and into the team dugouts! These tours also run on non-matchdays for the same price.

Loftus Road offers an exclusive family area, where children can get their faces painted, play video games and even design their own kit before the game kicks off. On the South Africa Road ‘Play Football’ Pitches, QPR also have a family fun zone before the game, with plenty of entertainment such as football drills, exercises and the opportunity to meet a member of the first team!

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

If you want to make a real day of it and you’re out with family or friends, it’s only a few minutes’ walk to Escape London. You basically get trapped in a room and have limited time to solve puzzles and escape before you “die”, “the world ends” or similar. Very fun, and can make the day a bit more balanced, not just football.

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