World Rugby Museum, Twickenham, London ~ the largest rugby museum in the world.

Posted: April 25, 2018 in London, Sport, UK
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I have been to Twickenham a number of times to watch England play rugby, but never been to the museum. One of those things to go on the list I think.

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The World Rugby Museum, Twickenham The World Rugby Museum, Twickenham

On the 1st February 2018,  the brand new World Rugby Museum in Twickenham officially reopened in a new location in the south stand. Since the stadium and museum are only a 20 minute train ride from Waterloo station it is well worth a visit since this is the iconic home of England Rugby, the largest rugby venue in the world.

View from the field View from the field

Located in the south stand of the stadium is the World Rugby Museum (the largest in the world) and a great experience for all – whether a fan of rugby or interested in sports and the culture associated with them.

Rugby museum display Rugby museum display

The World Rugby Museum tells the true story of rugby from around the world, following the game’s history from its origins to the present day.  The museum includes the RFU and Harry Langton rugby collections covering iconic teams, such as the 1924 New Zealand side, the…

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