Schools and Learning

School Visits

The World Rugby Museum has an exciting schools programme that welcomes several thousand children each year. School groups undertaking a stadium tour are offered a complimentary education session from a diverse range of workshops and seminars.

Workshops and Seminars provide a hands-on learning experience, or the opportunity to discuss the ins and outs of the Rugby Football Union and Twickenham Stadium with a professional in the field.

Our Stadium Tours offer a behind the scenes look into the workings of this modern professional sports venue. Groups are taken behind the scenes to visit the some of the most exciting and select areas of the Stadium, including pitchside access, the England dressing room and the player’s tunnel.

Alternatively, groups can explore the architecture, interior design, branding, painting, sculpture and photography housed within Twickenham Stadium in a bespoke Arts Tour.

Your visit also includes:

  • Free parking for coaches and cars
  • One free supervisory adult admission for each group of eight children
  • On-site Rugby Store with pocket money items
  • Access for All   

Teachers are invited for a complimentary pre-visit to assess our facilities. Additionally, a Risk Assessment is available for teachers to download in advance.

We offer a group discount of 10% on our advertised prices for groups of 15 people or more. All groups are requested to pay either in advance by bank transfer, or on the day, with cash or by credit/debit card. We are unable to invoice groups after their visit.

England Rugby Football Schools Union (ERFSU) members are entitled to 2 for 1 admission. 

Please phone the Museum on 020 8892 8877 or email us on for additional information.

Important Information

From March 2017 the World Rugby Museum will be unavailable due to relocation for a major East Stand development. Stadium tours are unaffected.