Spurs offer a range of stadium tours that go behind the scenes and offer you access to the press areas, players lounge, the dressing room and the tunnel itself. Tours last between 90-120 minutes and cost £20 for an adult and £9 for a junior.
In an attempt to spice up the otherwise predictable tour, Spurs offer up a ‘Legends Tour’ where the stadium tour is led by a club legend. Tickets for these tours are more expensive but come with a Q and A, as well as an autograph session.
Other local areas of interest include Bruce Castle Park with a 16th Century Manor House as well as the historic Alexandra Palace!
There are a lot of different tour options available but the classic tour is the most common (and the cheapest at around £20) and lasts between one and two hours and includes; the dugouts, dressing rooms, player’s tunnel and the directors’ box. You should always pre-book because they tend to get busy but it is important to note that no tours are run on matchdays but they are open most other days and organize 2-4 tours per day.
The other options that are available are group tours for a lot of you that offer discounted rates and for you to stay together, the Legend Tour which involved being guided around by a Spurs legend as well as an option for autographs and a Q&A session afterwards. They also offer a specific kids tour that is tailored specifically to junior football fans.
The Seven Sisters indoor market is a little unsung neighbourhood hero just round the corner from White Hart Lane! In fact, it’s so well hidden that even those who know where it is sometimes walk right past. There are little cafes inside where you can eat or have a hot cuppa; a butcher’s who sells the most incredible meat barbecue and Colombian Coffee, a Venezuelan restaurant which is absolutely astounding. You could spend hours looking around, easily.
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