Do I need to wear a face mask to come on a stadium tour?
As of Saturday 8th August it is compulsory for all customers
to wear a face mask on the Stadium Tour and in the Museum as part of the latest
You’ll see our team members wearing a
range of Personal Protective Equipment ( PPE) including visors and gloves –
this is for both their safety and yours.
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What can I see on the tour?
On the LFC Stadium Tour, you will: Enjoy epic views of the pitch and city landscape from the top level of the Main Stand Visit the state-of-the-art Home Team dressing room Practice your interview technique in the Press Room Pass under the This Is ...
Where can I park when I come to do a tour?
If you are visiting for a Stadium Tour on a non-matchday, you can park in Stanley Park car park which is located on the corner of Utting Avenue and Priory Road. Please be aware that spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis. ...
Where is the Stadium Tours entrance?
The Stadium Tours Reception is located in the Main Stand, opposite the new Club superstore. The closest bus stops and taxi/car drop-off points are along Walton Breck Road (A5089), which is on the same side of the stadium as the Main Stand and Club ...
What are the Stadium Tour/Museum opening times & prices?
Typically, Stadium Tours are available 7 days a week from 10am until 4pm, however, this is dependent on latest Government guidance. For more information, please visit our website at http://stadiumtours.liverpoolfc.com. The LFC Stadium Tour, The LFC ...
Do you have accessible toilets at The LFC Stadium Tour?
Yes. There are two fully accessible, gender neutral toilets on the tour route. One is located inside the stadium and has a hoist for any visitors who may need additional assistance. There is also an accessible toilet located by The LFC ...