Delegates can benefit from an enriched experienceThe already wide range of function spaces at Twickenham Stadium has now been extended even further. The unique World Rugby Museum, recently renovated, can now be hired for events. It gives organisers the opportunity to benefit from the cultural and historical aspects of Twickenham Stadium to enrich the delegate experience.
Also added to the facilities are the Museum galleries, an AV theatre and exhibition area, offering a combined capacity of 150 people. These are particularly suited to drinks receptions.
The museum was originally named the Museum of Rugby and re-launched in 2007 as the World Rugby Museum, the oldest, most extensive and important collection of rugby football memorabilia in the world. It is located within the stadium’s East Stand and showcases over 25,000 artefacts, with a regular programme of special exhibitions.
Amir Vered, Head of Sales and Marketing at Twickenham Experience, says: ‘We are really excited to unveil these new event spaces which add a further unique element to our venue. While we gear up for the 2013/14 rugby season, this new offering will give our delegates a chance to really get involved with Twickenham’s rugby heritage and gain an enriching and educational experience in the midst of some of the most fascinating artefacts in the history of the sport.’