Stadium Tours Return - Limited Availability For Half-Term

Everton’s revamped Stadium Tours at Goodison Park have been a hit since their relaunch earlier this month.

The tour, taking football fans around one of the world’s most iconic football stadiums, is part of a new offering to Blues and tourists to Merseyside.

With more tours available throughout the week, four per day and the same availability at weekends without a matchday, than ever before, a Goodison Park Stadium Tour is the perfect way to keep the kids entertained this half-term.

The story of Everton and Goodison Park is one of the greatest ever told in football and a Stadium Tour allows visitors to discover the Club’s history first-hand as they walk in the footsteps of the Blues’ best-ever players in an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour.

An official Everton tour guide will share stories from Goodison Park’s impressive 125-year history and provide access to areas of the stadium normally reserved for players and officials. Visitors will get access to the players’ changing rooms – both home and away, take in the view from the Directors’ Box, understand what happens in the Dixie Dean Suite on a matchday, visit the Media Centre like a journalist would on gameday, walk the tunnel to the sound of Z-Cars and emerge onto the touchline, taking in Ronald Koeman’s perspective from the dugout and technical area.

Availability for half-term Stadium Tours are limited with the last remaining places available to be booked online or by contacting 0151 556 1878.

A Goodison Park Stadium Tour costs £15 for adults, £10 concessions and £5 for under 18s, all tours are non-smoking and last approximately one hour.

Everton Stadium Tours can accommodate individuals, small parties or large groups.

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