Currently a tour option for Craven Cottage is available via Red Letter Days that involves the tour of; dugouts, dressing rooms, press facilities, corporate hospitality areas and the Cottage Balcony as well as a three-course lunch served in the on-site George Cohen restaurant, all for £45 per person.
Also, there is family seating areas that are more child-friendly in the stadium and although it is at your own risk, children are allowed to go and stand further to the front of their seats so they get a decent view of the stadium (as long as they are not impeding others obviously).
As with all transport inside London, the journey to Craven Cottage can get very busy, so make sure to set off in ample time to get to the ground. If it is your first time going to the stadium and you want to create a lasting memory make sure you go on the ‘My First Matchday’ tour in the build up to kickoff.
Be careful and watch out if you are sitting near the goal, as the seats are very close to the pitch itself, fans are in danger of getting hit with wayward balls, and even players who can’t stop themselves in time!
It’s got to be the Family Area. For those with seats in the Family Area, a special section opens up before the game with face painters, photographers with the mascot Billy the Badger and more! There’s even brand new games consoles for competing against other kids at the Beautiful Game. It’s a delight for all children, and makes the matchday experience unforgettable.
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