Prepare for your visit to the Emirates Stadium with the following tips.
The stadium is accessible via several railway stations and bus lines. Arsenal station serves the northern seating area while Highbury & Islington station serves the southern area. Finsbury Park station takes you 10 minutes’ walk from the entrance but is usually a less crowded alternative to the main stations. Note that Holloway Road is an exit only station before and after the match.
Supporters are checked at the entrance, make sure to carry a valid ID with you. Bags are searched and any items not complying with the list of safe and authorized objects will be confiscated. Supporters can bring small clear plastic bottles but no cans, alcoholic beverages, glass bottles or food. Sharp items are not allowed as well as offensive flags or banners.
Arsenal has introduced wristbands for young supporters with the child's name, parents’ contact number and seat number. This initiative aims to help lost young fans getting back to their family safely.
Situated in the heart of North London, discover the surroundings of the Emirates Stadium.
The former 19th century palace and park was used in the 1940’s by the BBC as the world’s first television broadcast location. The complex is nowadays home to art exhibitions, music concerts, an ice ring and other outdoor activities ideal for a family day out.
The museum was established by Eric Estorick, an American art dealer, and features a large collection of 20th century masterpieces by Italian artists such as Modigliani, Marino Marini and De Chirico. Collections also include figurative paintings and sculptures from the late 19th century and contemporary English artists such as Edward Dutkiewicz. The museum has temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
Located at the Guardian News and Media’s headquarters, visitors can visit the free exhibition centre featuring archive collections, original documents from the newspaper, cartoons, and journalists’ notebooks. This is a great introduction to journalism for any aspiring journalist or just a treat for curious minds.