BT Murrayfield Stadium Tours

BT Murrayfield Tours

Since the inaugural match in 1871, Scottish Rugby has had a rich history with BT Murrayfield witnessing some of the world's greatest rugby moments and playing host to some of the world's most famous musicians over the past century. Opened in 1925 BT Murrayfield is one of the great sporting stadia of the world and the largest sports venue in Scotland.

About the Tour

Learn about the history of rugby in Scotland!A tour group stand above the BT Murrayfield tunnel.

Go behind the scenes of BT Murrayfield with our knowledgeable and professional Scottish Rugby tour guides who will regale you with stories from Scottish Rugby’s rich history. You will have the chance to experience what the stadium looks like on a daily basis, learn about the preparation for international matches and if you are lucky enough you may witness one of Edinburgh Rugby's training sessions.

Highlights of the Guided Tour

  • See some of Scottish Rugby’s memorabilia including the Calcutta Cup.
  • Step onto the set in the TV Studio.
  • Keep up with the famous Voice of Rugby in the Bill McLaren Press Gallery.
  • Get a feel for the atmosphere in the Scotland Changing Room & Team Tunnel on match day.

Download our BT Murrayfield Tour Leaflet

“Absolutely fantastic, thoroughly enjoyable, I would love to come & see the stadium in all its glory on match day.” Duncan Cathie, Near Warrington

Please note: Due to events at the stadium, particularly International matches, the full tour route is subject to availability.

How to Book

The BT Murrayfield pitch and standsGet a sneak peak behind the scenes in the Scotland changing room!Online: From the online Ticket Centre

Phone: Call us on 0131 346 5106 (option 4) (Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm)

In Person: Buy over the counter at the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre at BT Murrayfield, Monday-Friday, 10am to 5pm. If you arrive for a Saturday Tour, please note that for stadium tours cash only payment is currently accepted at the Scottish Rugby Store.

Tours are available from Monday to Saturday at a set time of 11:00am. A guided tour starts from the Scottish Rugby Store (in the West Stand of the Stadium), lasts 90 minutes approximately and is subject to availability.

Additional public tours are available on Thursdays and Fridays at 2.30pm.

We advise that visitors book their guided tour in advance as there are limited spaces on each tour and this is the only way to guarantee a place for your chosen tour.

BT Murrayfield does not have the facilities to accommodate left luggage during the stadium tour. Therefore we recommend that if you are travelling with large bags you arrange alternative storage of them prior to your visit. Small bags, personal belongings and pushchairs must be kept with you at all times during your visit. We thank you for your co-operation.

“Fantastic tour, beautiful stadium, first class tour guide!” Damien Clark, Essex

Tour Availability

Due to events going on in the stadium, the tours will be suspended on the following dates:

March: 30/03, 31/03

April: 06/04, 14/04, 27/04, 28/04

June: Tours will be suspended from the 02/06 to the 12/06


Tour Prices 2016

Private Tours

Tours can be made up of a number of individual bookings. If you would like a private guided tour, please complete the editable form (PDF) and email to [email protected] or print off and post to: Stadium Tours, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh EH12 5PJ.

All prices stated are inclusive of VAT at current rates and do not include the 5% Transaction Fee*.

*The Transaction Fee: The Transaction Fee covers costs incurred by Scottish Rugby when processing and fulfilling your order. As well as materials, these include any method of payment charges associated with your booking, which will not exceed those charged to Scottish Rugby by your card provider. The Transaction Fee may vary depending on the product you are purchasing.

"The tour was informative instructive and thoroughly enjoyable. As a result, I will see the magnificent stadium in a different way." Ian Dewar OBE

"Lively commentary and anecdotes as we were shepherded around the inisde of the stadium." Leslie Hannaford, Pentland Probus Club