Craven Cottage tours – a must if you’re a Fulham fan – let you into the parts of the famous ground you’ve always wanted to see. Here we give you the cheapest Craven Cottage tours on the web, and then a brief review of the tour itself. And I must say we can recommend it!
Craven Cottage tour experiences
As you can see above, the tour experiences available differ only in how many of you there are – whether you’re doing the tour on your own, as a couple of mates, or as a family. And whether you want lunch thrown in.
Fulham ground tour review
We chose the Craven Cottage tour with Sunday lunch thrown in, as at under £50 it’s a bargain..
The whole tour experience lasted about two and a half hours, which gave us plenty of time to check out all the areas we wanted to see, from the dugouts to the Cottage Balcony to the Johnny Haynes Stand – now Grade II listed. And then to the top class George Cohen Restaurant for a slap up three course lunch. There were about 18 other fans with us on our tour, which made it a lot more interesting than going on our own as they knew things about the club and players that we didn’t, and made the visit a lot more enjoyable. Though our guide was pretty good in himself, too and really made the tour for us. But it did mean that we made some new friends to meet up with at the home games.
What’s the best thing about tours of Craven Cottage
As always, the guide is the key to the tour, and our guide to Craven Cottage was no exception
And then the lunch was something special, made even better by the company of our fellow fans
And finally the history – I knew that Fulham was London’s oldest first class soccer club, but hadn’t realised it went back before 1800. That’s when Admiral Nelson was a lad!!
So if you’re into Fulham, push the boat out and go the whole hog with the Sunday lunch tour – you’ll love it.