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Twickenham Rugby Stadium Royal Box, Twickenham | Tourist Information


Whitton Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7BA

0871 222 2120

Sports Venue and Stadium Near Twickenham Rugby Stadium Royal Box

Strawberry Hill Golf Club
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Wellesley Road
Twickenham, TW2 5SD

020 8894 0165

Strawberry Hill Golf Club
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
wellesley road
Twickenham, TW25SD

02088940165

Strawberry Hill Golf Club
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
wellesley road
Twickenham, tw2 5sd

02088940165

The British Legion
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
95 Popes Grove
Twickenham, TW1 4JT

020 8892 6728

Twickenham Green
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
9 Marsh Farm Rd
Twickenham, TW2 6SH

07861 380727

Premier Inn Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
416 Chertsey Road
Twickenham, TW2 6LS

0871 527 9110

So close to the action you're almost in the team changing rooms, Premier Inn Twickenham Stadium puts you in prime position for every try and tackle - as well as west London sights.

Twickenham Stoop
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Langhorn Drive
Twickenham, TW2 7

20-84106000

Twickenham Stoop Stadium is a sports stadium located in south-west London, England. The stadium is home to Harlequins rugby union team, who play in the Aviva Premiership. The stadium has a capacity of 14,800 and is situated just across the road from Twickenham Stadium.HistoryHarlequins before the StoopIn 1906, Harlequins were invited by the Rugby Football Union to use the new national stadium in Twickenham. In those early days, only one or two internationals were played there during the season, and it wasn't long before the RFU ground became the headquarters of the Harlequin Football Club.Early daysIn 1963, the Quins acquired an athletics ground with 14 acres just across the road from the RFU ground, which became the Harlequin training pitch. The ground was named the Stoop Memorial Ground after Adrian Stoop, a former England international and longtime Harlequins player and president but is generally known as "The Stoop" with even the Harlequins' official website frequently using the informal name.The stadium todayIG StandThe main stand is the IG Stand . This stand has the changing rooms, a row of executive boxes across the top of the stand, a Members' Bar, the club's offices, toilets and a club shop. At the top of the stand under the roof there is also a scoreboard and a gantry where the television cameras populate. The stand was built for the start of the 2005–06 season and has a capacity of approximately 4,000.North StandThe North Stand is a temporary structure with an estimated life of 10 years. It houses approximately 2,000 and is the only stand with supporting pillars. There is a time clock to the top left of the stand. If further expansion is going to happen then the speculation is that the North Stand would be the one to be redeveloped. There is a concern about Langhorn Drive which runs directly behind it and if it needs to be moved before expansion could take place.

Virgin Active Classic Gym - Twickenham
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
196 Whitton Road
Twickenham, TW2 7

0845 130 3716

Twickenham Rugby HQ
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Whitton Road
Twickenham, TW2 7BA

0141 2043146

Six Nations - Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Whitton Road
London, TW2 7BA

World Rugby Museum
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Rugby Road
Twickenham, TW1 1DG

020 8892 8877

The World Rugby Museum in the East Stand of Twickenham Stadium formerly opened as ‘The Museum of Rugby’ in 1996. It became the World Rugby Museum in 2007.Its collection comprises over 24,000 pieces of rugby memorabilia, boots, balls, jerseys, programmes, match-tickets, books and assorted paraphernalia.EducationThe World Rugby Museum’s education facilities predominantly comprise its ‘Workshops and Seminars’ programme.Workshops involve a series of hands-on, curriculum-focused active-learning sessions, such as: ‘Rugby Strips & Textiles’, ‘What Kind of Rugby Player Are You?’ and ‘How to be a Rugby Fitness Coach’.Seminars are delivered by professionals from within the Rugby Football Union and include: ‘Twickenham Control’, ‘Commercial Twickenham’ and ‘Pro Sports Coaching’.‘Workshops and Seminars’ received the Sandford Award for Heritage Education in 2010.CollectionsThe World Rugby Museum has the most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia in the world and includes over 10,000 recorded objects, 7,000 pieces of archival material and 7-8,000 photographs.It includes the RFU collection, the Harry Langton Collection and the RFU Rugby Archive.Star items include: the Calcutta Cup, the 2003 Rugby World Cup, an 1871 England Jersey and Cap and an 1888 Anglo-Australian Tour Jersey and Cap.The World Rugby Museum is a museum of international rugby history and includes objects from all over the globe.Rugby ArchiveThe Rugby Archive consists of over 7,000 pieces of archival material including books, match-programmes, minutes and club histories.Star items include: Rugby Football Union minutes 1871-1949, the 1907 Twickenham Stadium deeds, a photograph album relating to the first British and Irish lions Tour of South Africa in 1891, the original 'Football Rules' as produced at Rugby School in 1845 and the Rugby Football Union's 1871 'Proposed Laws of the Game'.

Twickenham Rugby Ground
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Rugby Road
London, TW1 1

20-88928161

Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Rugby Road, Twickenham
Twickenham, TW2 7BA

0871 222 2120

Twickenham Stadium is a stadium in Twickenham, south west London, EnglandIt is primarily a venue for rugby union and hosts England's home test matches, the Middlesex Sevens, the Aviva Premiership final, the LV Cup and European Rugby Champions Cup matches. It has also hosted concerts by Rihanna, Iron Maiden, Bryan Adams, Bon Jovi, Genesis, U2, Beyoncé, The Rolling Stones, The Police, Eagles, R.E.M. and Lady Gaga, rugby league's Challenge Cup final and conventions of Jehovah's Witnesses, and will host American football as part of the NFL International Series from 2016.

Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Twickenham
London, TW2 7BA

Cardinal Vaughan Playing Fields, Twickenham
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Cardinal Vaughan School Playing Fields, Whitton Dene, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 7LY
Twickenham,

St. Mary's Tennis Club
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Musgrave Road
Isleworth, TW75EB

07966210692

St Mary’s is a small friendly tennis club that welcomes new members of all abilities and experience. Playing tennis: We offer plenty of opportunities to play singles and there are regular mix-ins for social play. The club’s teams are entered for competitive play in Middlesex leagues. Coaching sessions are arranged by the club coach Jimmy Smith, and are available for all ages and standards. For more information regarding coaching and membership rates, check out our website - www.stmarystennisclub.co.uk / or contact our Head Coach Jimmy Smith 07966 210 692 [email protected] for a FREE TRIAL tennis lesson. Please visit https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/encoretennis for the full coaching programme. Getting in touch: If you would like to experience the high quality clay courts, please drop in on any Saturday or Bank Holiday afternoon, or Wednesday evening. Alternatively, you can contact us via email or phone.

Local Business Near Twickenham Rugby Stadium Royal Box

Kneller Gardens
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Meadway
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 6

02088911411

Harlequins Twickenham Stoop
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Langhorn Drive, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW2 7SX
London, United Kingdom TW2 7

020 8410 6000

Twickenham Stoop
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Langhorn Drive
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7

20-84106000

Twickenham Stoop Stadium is a sports stadium located in south-west London, England. The stadium is home to Harlequins rugby union team, who play in the Aviva Premiership. The stadium has a capacity of 14,800 and is situated just across the road from Twickenham Stadium.HistoryHarlequins before the StoopIn 1906, Harlequins were invited by the Rugby Football Union to use the new national stadium in Twickenham. In those early days, only one or two internationals were played there during the season, and it wasn't long before the RFU ground became the headquarters of the Harlequin Football Club.Early daysIn 1963, the Quins acquired an athletics ground with 14 acres just across the road from the RFU ground, which became the Harlequin training pitch. The ground was named the Stoop Memorial Ground after Adrian Stoop, a former England international and longtime Harlequins player and president but is generally known as "The Stoop" with even the Harlequins' official website frequently using the informal name.The stadium todayIG StandThe main stand is the IG Stand . This stand has the changing rooms, a row of executive boxes across the top of the stand, a Members' Bar, the club's offices, toilets and a club shop. At the top of the stand under the roof there is also a scoreboard and a gantry where the television cameras populate. The stand was built for the start of the 2005–06 season and has a capacity of approximately 4,000.North StandThe North Stand is a temporary structure with an estimated life of 10 years. It houses approximately 2,000 and is the only stand with supporting pillars. There is a time clock to the top left of the stand. If further expansion is going to happen then the speculation is that the North Stand would be the one to be redeveloped. There is a concern about Langhorn Drive which runs directly behind it and if it needs to be moved before expansion could take place.

Harlequins Rfc
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Langhorn Drive, Twickenham
London, United Kingdom TW2 7

Casa Parisi
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
19 Albany Court
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW20 9GP

07949293514

Finding a good builder is never easy. Finding a good builder you can trust is even harder. At Casa Parisi we pride ourselves on delivering a superior service together with a tailored design to suit each individual need. Furthermore, if price is a consideration then we can fit any budget without ever compromising on our superior levels of service. But don't just take our word for it. Give us the opportunity to prove it." Marc Roberts - Director - Casa Parisi

The Scrummery
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
105 Whitton Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW1 1

20-88929797

Twickenham Guesthouse
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
10 Russell Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7

020 8891 6363

Lexus
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
161 Chertsey Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7

Duke of Cambridge
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Opposite Kneller Hall
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7DU

020 8898 5393

The Duke Of Cambridge
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Opposite Kneller Hall
London, United Kingdom TW2 7

020 8898 5393

Marriott Hotel Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
198 Whitton Road
London, United Kingdom TW2 7

020 8891 8200

Virgin Active Classic Gym - Twickenham
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
196 Whitton Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7

0845 130 3716

Twickenham Rugby Stadium
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
RUGBY
London, United Kingdom TW1 1

Royal Military School of Music
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Whitton Road
London, United Kingdom TW2 7

020 8898 5533

The Royal Military School of Music trains musicians for the British Army's twenty-two bands, as part of the Corps of Army Music. The RMSM is based at Kneller Hall, in Twickenham, west London, but the Ministry of Defence has recently indicated that the site will be sold, with the School moving elsewhere.HistoryThe RMSM was established in 1857 at the instigation of Prince George, Duke of Cambridge, Queen Victoria's cousin and the commander-in-chief of the army. In 1854, during the Crimean War, he had attended a parade in Scutari, in Turkey, to celebrate the Queen's birthday. The approximately twenty British Army bands on parade were required to combine in a performance of the national anthem. The custom, at this time, was for regiments to hire civilian bandmasters for their bands, each of whom had free rein in both the instrumentation of the band and the arrangements it played. With each band playing God Save the Queen simultaneously in different instrumentations, pitch, arrangement, and key signatures, the result was an embarrassing and humiliating cacophony. The Duke decided that there should be some standardisation in army music and so formed the RMSM, with Henry Schallehn (who also became the first director of music at the Crystal Palace) as commandant. For several years, in the late 19th century, the commandant was Colonel T. B. Shaw-Hellier, owner of the Hellier Stradivarius.

Twickenham Rugby HQ
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Whitton Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7BA

0141 2043146

Six Nations - Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Whitton Road
London, United Kingdom TW2 7BA

Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Whitton Road
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7

0870 222 2120

Twickenham Rugby Ground
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Rugby Road
London, United Kingdom TW1 1

20-88928161

Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Rugby Road, Twickenham
Twickenham, United Kingdom TW2 7BA

0871 222 2120

Twickenham Stadium is a stadium in Twickenham, south west London, EnglandIt is primarily a venue for rugby union and hosts England's home test matches, the Middlesex Sevens, the Aviva Premiership final, the LV Cup and European Rugby Champions Cup matches. It has also hosted concerts by Rihanna, Iron Maiden, Bryan Adams, Bon Jovi, Genesis, U2, Beyoncé, The Rolling Stones, The Police, Eagles, R.E.M. and Lady Gaga, rugby league's Challenge Cup final and conventions of Jehovah's Witnesses, and will host American football as part of the NFL International Series from 2016.

Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
Twickenham
London, United Kingdom TW2 7BA