World Rugby Museum
> World Rugby Museum
Twickenham is home not just to England rugby but also the World Rugby Museum, the finest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. The Museum opened in 1996 and takes visitors through the history of the sport from its origins to the present day.
More than just a collection of interesting artefacts, the World Rugby Museum is an inspirational journey through the history of the ultimate team game. Innovative, interactive exhibits bring to life some of the great moments of the international game.
The Museum holds around 10,000 objects from all over the globe, some of which are loans from generous rugby enthusiasts. This collection has been acquired over the years from international players, families, clubs and collectors, or has been bought by the Museum at auction.
The World Rugby Museum is located in the east stand of Twickenham Stadium. Tickets are purchased from the Rugby Store located in the south stand of Twickenham Stadium.
Museum Opening Times
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Bank Holidays: 10am – 5pm *Stadium Tours will not be operating on May 31st 2010
*Last entry to the Museum is at 4.30pm