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Exploring Yankee Stadium: A Tour of the Iconic Ballpark
The New York Yankees are one of the most iconic teams in Major League Baseball, and their home stadium, Yankee Stadium, is just as iconic. Located in the Bronx, New York, Yankee Stadium has been home to some of the greatest players and moments in baseball history. Here’s a look at what makes this ballpark so special.
History and Architecture
Yankee Stadium has been around since 1923, when it was built to replace the original stadium that had stood since 1909. The new stadium was designed by Osborn Engineering and was modeled after the Roman Colosseum. It was also built with a capacity of over 70,000 people, making it one of the largest stadiums in baseball at the time. The stadium underwent several renovations over the years and was completely rebuilt in 2009.
Yankee Stadium has seen some of the most memorable moments in baseball history. From Babe Ruth’s famous “called shot” in 1932 to Derek Jeter’s walk-off home run in 2001, there have been countless moments that have made this ballpark so special. The Yankees have also won 27 World Series titles while playing at Yankee Stadium, making it one of the most successful stadiums in all of sports.
Tours and Attractions
If you’re looking to explore Yankee Stadium for yourself, there are several tours available that will take you through all of its iconic locations. You can visit Monument Park, where you can see plaques honoring some of the greatest players to ever play for the Yankees. You can also take a tour of the dugout and clubhouse, as well as get an up-close look at some of the memorabilia on display throughout the stadium.
No matter how you choose to explore Yankee Stadium, it’s sure to be an unforgettable experience. From its rich history and architecture to its memorable moments and attractions, this iconic ballpark is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who visits it.
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Visit the biggest Stadium in Portugal and the Cosme Damião Museum to discover the trophies, the facts, and the names that made Sport Lisboa e Benfica a worldwide sports reference.
STADIUM - TIME AND CLOSING DAYS:
Visits to the Stadium every day from 10 am to 6 pm. On match days at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, visits do not take place. Closed on December 25th and January 1st and on December 24th and 31st, open between 10 am and 2 pm.
MUSEUM - TIME AND CLOSING DAYS:
Open every day from 10 am to 6 pm Free visit with an estimated duration between 1h and 1:30h On match days at the Sport Lisboa e Benfica Stadium, the Museum may change its timetable, so it is suggested that you contact us to confirm availability. Closed on January 1st and December 25th.
Sport Lisboa e Benfica Av. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, 1500-313 Lisboa PORTUGAL
1h-1h30 (Museum) 45min (Stadium)
Valid for one tour. Tickets are valid for 6 months. Free entrance to children under 3 years old, with mandatory ticket presentation.
No reservation is needed. Present your voucher at Gate 17, on the day of your experience. No visits on game days.
Cancel up to 48 hours in advance to receive a full refund. Please send your request for: [email protected]
Museum: “The Benfica Museum - Cosme Damião brings together the great themes of the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, the city of Lisbon and the world. A visit to the Museum allows you to discover and remember the trophies, facts and names that made this Club a bastion of world sport. Inaugurated in 2013, this cultural facility received the name "Cosme Damião", considered the “father” of the Club, one of the unavoidable figures in the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica. With about four thousand square meters, spread over three floors, the Museum is organized into 29 thematic areas, where interactivity and technology are important resources. On display, around a thousand pieces tell the story of a country's passion. The Benfica Museum - Cosme Damião also offers a diversified program that provides new and enriching experiences for everyone who wants to participate. Stadium: Visit Portugal's biggest stadium on this 45-minute guided tour. Follow the footsteps of the legendary SL Benfica players and learn about their achievements on a visit to the Estádio da Luz full of facts! Inaugurated in 2003 and with a capacity for 65,000 people, it was built to host some of the most important matches of EURO 2004, including the final of the competition, and later, it was also the scene of the final of the Champions League in 2014 and 2020. Accompanied by a guide, enter the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and see some parts of the stadium that you would not normally be able to see. See the VIP areas, walk through the players' tunnel, peek inside the visitor's bathhouse, put yourself in the shoes of the coach in the press room, feel like a Benfica player walking along the pitch and get to know everything about the Benfica teams during this visit.
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Complete Guide to Benfica Stadium Opening Hours
Benfica stadium opening hours.
General Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Closed: Match days, 25th December and 1st January
Duration of Visit: You should ideally spend 2 to 3 hours exploring the stadium and its various attractions, including the guided tour, museum, and other points of interest. Allocate enough time to enjoy the tour, explore the museum, and take in the atmosphere at your own pace.
Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Closed: 25th December and 1st January
On match days at Benfica Stadium, the opening hours for the museum can change.
Best Time to Visit Benfica Stadium
Peak Season vs Low Season
During the peak season, which generally falls between the months of May and September, the stadium tends to be more crowded, especially on weekends and during school holidays. On the other hand, the low season, which spans from October to April, offers a quieter and less crowded experience. The weather in Lisbon tends to be mild during the low season, making it comfortable for outdoor activities.
Peak season: May to September
Low season: October to April
Weekday vs Weekend
Weekdays, especially during non-peak hours, tend to be less crowded, offering a more serene and relaxed experience. You may have more space and time to explore the stadium, museum, and other attractions without feeling rushed. Additionally, weekdays offer the advantage of shorter queues, allowing you to make the most of your visit. On the other hand, weekends at the Benfica Stadium tend to be busier, mainly if there is a match or event taking place.
How Long Do I Need to Tour Benfica Stadium?
To fully tour the Benfica Stadium and make the most of your visit, you should allocate approximately 2 to 3 hours. This timeframe allows for a guided tour of the stadium, including access to the dressing rooms, players' tunnel, and other restricted areas. Additionally, it provides enough time to explore the SL Benfica Museum, where you can delve into the club's history and achievements. However, if you wish to thoroughly immerse yourself or engage in additional activities, you may consider extending your visit to around 4 to 5 hours.
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Frequently asked questions about benfica stadium opening hours.
Benfica Stadium is open on all days of the week from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Benfica Stadium tour is closed on match days, 25th December and 1st January.
You should spend 2-3 hours at Benfica Stadium to make the most of your time at the attraction.
Off-season, between the months of October to April, and weekdays are the best time to visit Benfica Stadium. There are fewer crowds and the weather is also favourable for outdoor activities.
Yes, Benfica Stadium is open on public holidays, except the 25th of December and the 1st of January.
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- 8.50 / 10 95 reviews | 1,117 travellers The tour itself was very good. The guide explained everything very well and answered questions. The bad thing is that you had to queue in the sun and it was very hot. In addition, we took a tour of the stadium and the museum, and at the end of the stadium part, no one told us how to get to the museum. They took us to the store and left us there. We had to ask to get to the museum. For the rest, great. They gave us some scarves and some magnets. 8 Anonymous
Benfica stadium , also known as Da Luz Stadium , is one of the great football temples of Lisbon. On this tour you'll discover the history of the club and visit its museum .
At the time of your choice we'll meet at gate 17, just behind the statue of footballer Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, to start this tour of Benfica Stadium.
After an introduction, we'll start the tour by going up to the first floor of the stadium. Here we'll see various models of both the old and the new football ground of Benfica, one of Lisbon's two great teams. In fact, it's currently the club with the most leagues in Portugal .
We'll continue our tour of the Da Luz stadium, as Benfica's home ground is also known, visiting other parts of the stadium, such as the changing rooms and the press room .
In addition, we'll enter the tunnel leading to the pitch to feel the same excitement that footballers experience before the start of a match. We'll also discover which great football legends have stepped onto the pitch and made football history!
Finally, after an hour of sightseeing, we'll conclude the tour of the Benfica Stadium at the official shop located next to gate 13.
Benfica Cosme Damião Museum Visit
If you wish, you can complete the experience with a tour of the Benfica Cosme Damião Museum. On this tour, which lasts an hour and a half and is free, you will be able to see the trophies won by Benfica throughout its history. Among them, the two European Cups won by the club in 1961 and 1962 stand out.
During your visit to the museum, you'll also see Benfica's historic shirts , as well as footballs , flags and other objects related to the history of the Lisbon club.
Guided Tours Timetables
- Between 9:40 am and 12 pm : Guided tours every 20 minutes
- Between 12 pm and 2 pm : Guided tours every 30 minutes
- Between 2 pm and 6 pm : Guided tours every 20 minutes
The tour of the museum is free, without a guide. However, throughout the tour the exhibition staff will be able to answer your questions in English and Portuguese.
The museum is open from Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm , so you can visit the museum at the time that suits you best. From July to September , the museum is open from 9.30 am to 7 pm .
- On days when there are league matches, the stadium tour only takes place in the morning.
- On days when there are international matches, the stadium tour does not take place, but the museum will remain open.
In addition, the stadium tour and museum schedules may be altered by certain local events.
1 hour - 1 hour 30 minutes.
The activity takes place with a guide in English or Portuguese depending on the option.
Stadium tour with English or Portuguese–speaking guide
Admission to the stadium museum (depending on the type of tour)
20% discount on the official ticket price.
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You can book up until 12 hours before the activity as long as there are still places. Book now to guarantee your spot.
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Visit to the Sport Lisbon and Benfica Stadium
If you are a fervent football fan, this is a visit not to be missed! Come and visit the Stadium of Light , the largest and most modern stadium in Portugal, and the Benfica Cosme Damião Museum , which preserves and disseminates the history of the club, of Lisbon, of Portugal and the world, using the most modern technologies favor knowledge. To know the options for Family packs (2 adults + 2 children) , please send an email to [email protected]
Find out more about your Benfica idols and the place where the 2014 Champions League final took place
Enter the VIP area , the opposing team locker rooms and the access tunnel to the turf!
Get to know the Benfica Museum - Cosme Damião, which is, by excellence, the communication tool of the club's cultural heritage
Guided tours available in Portuguese and English.
Guided tours - about 45 minutes.
PLACE OF START / END
Megastore of the Benfica Stadium / Benfica Stadium.
G uided tours every 20 minutes between 10am and 12pm and between 2pm and 6pm.
Visits every 30 minutes between 12 noon and 2pm.
Visit the stadium of an iconic Portuguese team worldly known that has won twice the European Cup and walk the path your idols walk in the days of the national and international games.
Get to know Sport Lisboa and Benfica's (SLB) Museum , which has a large heritage collection, mainly from the multiple competitions played by the different modalities practiced in the club, by offers from other clubs and institutions and by donations from partners, and former athletes since its foundation in 1904.
Guided and free (non-guided) stadium visits are now available:
Free visits (No guide) - 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Explore the SLB stadium without accompaniment from a guide throughout the visit. However, with the presence of a guide in each point of interest of the stadium for the respective explanation of it. Additionally, you can download the "Benfica Tour 360" App (available on IOS and Android). This app has been developed to serve as an audio guide, allowing you to enjoy a variety of innovative content.
Guided tours - 12:00 p.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:00 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
At the times mentioned, you can enjoy a more personalized visit, with the accompaniment of a guide during the whole course of the visit. This is held in Portuguese and English.
- Entrance to the museum and stadium
- Pick up and drop off at the hotel
- Food and drinks
- Personal expenses
- Gratifications (optional)
No cancellation fee if you cancel until 48 hours prior to the activity date.
Cancellations less than 48 hours or no show, a fee of 100% will be charge.
- The voucher must be printed and delivered in the Megastore store of the Benfica Stadium.
- In Portuguese League game days, visits are closed.
- On days of international games, there are no visits to the stadium or the museum.
- Please reconfirm your booking 48 hours before the date of your visit b y email: [email protected] or telephone: +351 227 662 833.
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Enter the magnificent SL Benfica Stadium, taking in a panoramic view from the stand. Visit the dressing room to know where legendary players prepared for a game. If you are curious to know what the first ever dressing room at the stadium looked like put on your VR goggles and find out! Whether you wish to be a coach or a player sit before the lights at the press conference room and experience the thrill of it all. Walk down the Hall of Fame and see the people who made history at Benfica.
Feel your heart beating faster as you walk out through the Tunnel and imagine the voices of thousands cheering for victory before you step out onto the pitch feeling the grass. Meet Gloria, Vitoria and Luz – American Bald Eagles and mascots of the club.
The Benfica Museum built in honour of the stadiums legacy is a testament to the victories it has seen, proof of that is Eclectic Pride – a singular structure that displays trophies that the club has seen. Visit the accolades of players who left a mark at the Black Panther and other legends display. Experience European glory as you explore the European Champion Club’s Cups. Enjoy the feel of a match by kicking a virtual penalty at the museum or experiencing the excitement of a match day.
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Children under age 3 will be admitted for free.
For guests with reduced mobility, a companion will be admitted free of charge. - It is mandatory to present the supporting document in the act of purchasing the ticket.
Please note : The stadium will be closed on match days.
- The operating hours are subject to change. Please check the calendar to see the operating hours on your intended day of visit.
Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
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Show your ticket at Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Gate 17.
Address: Av. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, 1500-313 Lisboa, Portugal.
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Luz Stadium & Benfica Museum Tour – tickets, prices, what to expect
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Lisbon harbors and nurtures sports, especially soccer, and is home to SL Benfica, the major soccer team.
The city loves soccer so much that the Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum were established to celebrate and promote sports.
Estádio da Luz, or the Luz Stadium as it is otherwise known, has served as the home ground for SL Benfica for domestic and international championships since 2003.
On the other hand, Museu Benfica Cosme Damião, also known as the Benfica Museum, preserves the culture and history of soccer.
This article shares everything you must know before booking the Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum tour.
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Visit Benfica Museum and dive into the history of SL Benfica.
The Museum is named after Cosme Damião, the founding father of the Museum and one of the renowned figures in the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica.
It features various themes from the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, the city of Lisbon, and the world.
At Benfica Museu, you will discover the trophies, facts, and names that made this Club a bastion of world sport.
The Museum is spread across four thousand square meters with three floors organized into 29 thematic areas.
To promote learning and interactivity among the visitors, the Museum offers-
– Audiovisual touchscreens – A hologram of Eusébio – An area displaying photos of Benfica supporters – An elevator surrounded by video walls showing messages and images of benfiquistas – A geodesic dome where a short film about the Club’s history is displayed
Note: The Portuguese Association of Museology awarded the Museu Benfica the title of Best Portuguese Museum of 2014.
Visit Portugal’s biggest stadium, Estádio da Luz, and breathe fresh, sporty air.
Learn about legendary SL Benfica players and their achievements.
Inaugurated in 2003 to hold matches and champions league, the stadium has a capacity of 65,000 people.
Walk through the players’ tunnel, peek inside the players’ press room and locker room, and take a selfie with the eagle mascot of Sport Lisboa and Benfica.
You will surely feel like a player walking along the pitch on the Luz stadium tour.
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Luz Stadium and SL Benfica Museum ticket
The Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum tour tickets are available offline and online.
Tourists can buy their tickets at gate 17 of the stadium, in front of Eusébio’s Statue.
However, when you buy tickets online, you don’t waste your time standing in the queue.
Since the stadium tours are unavailable on match days, buying tickets online helps you avoid last-minute disappointment.
You can buy the standard ticket or the Family ticket, which is ideal for two adults and two children.
- Entrance to the stadium
- Entrance to the Benfica Museum
- Access to VIP areas
- Access to the player tunnel and dugouts
- Access to the visiting team dressing rooms
- Guided visit
Adult ticket (14 to 64 years): € 16.5 Senior ticket (65+ years): € 10.5 Child ticket (3 to 13 years): € 6 Infant ticket (up to two years): Free
Book a private tour if you’re traveling with a large group and want your guide.
The private tour of the Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum lasts two hours, during which the guides will bombard you with fascinating facts.
As the word says, the private tour only takes your group on an enlightening journey and maintains distance from the regular crowd.
When you book a private tour, you can expect comfort, convenience, and personal attention, which you may not experience on a regular tour.
The tour guides highlight things you would have missed if you explored the tour alone or with a larger crowd.
Adult ticket (14 to 64 years): € 25 Senior ticket (65+ years): € 17.5 Child ticket (3 to 13 years): € 12 Infant ticket (up to two years): Free
A private tour of the Luz stadium offers you unmatched benefits.
But when the same tour offers you hotel pick-up, imagine how relaxing and enjoyable your time at the Luz Stadium can be.
When your journey is planned, and you have driver and tour guides at your service, your visit to the stadium can become more fun and memorable.
A private tour of Luz Stadium with hotel pick-up runs for almost 4 hours.
Such tours are for groups of 8 people and not less than that.
This tour starts at 9.30 am and 2.30 pm, so you can select the time slot that fits your schedule.
– Hotel pick-up and drop off – Transportation by air-conditioned minivan – Driver and guide – Entrance fees and admission ticket
Ticket Price: € 180, irrespective of age
The Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum tours run daily from 10 am to 5 pm.
On match days, the Luz Stadium remains closed, while the Benfica Museum’s hours of operations are subject to change.
The Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum tour lasts two hours, with more than an hour spent at the Museum.
In the two hours, you’ll learn key things about football and its players at the stadium and Museum.
At the Museum, you will relive the history of SL Benfica’s legendary players and at the stadium, you will relive the moments when SL Benfica Football Club created history.
If you’re a hardcore football fan, this tour is meant for you!
The best time to visit Luz Stadium & Benfica Museum is on non-match days.
On match days, visitors can only see the Museum but don’t get access to the Luz Stadium.
However, on non-game days, you can enjoy the tour without interruptions and explore every nook and cranny of the stadium.
The football museum is just outside the Luz stadium.
Address: Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Avenida Eusebio da Silva Ferreira, Lisbon 1500-313 Portugal. Get Directions
Colégio Militar/Luz is the nearest subway station to the Luz stadium and Benfica Musum.
A mere 11 minutes walk will take you to the stadium.
Take bus 750 to Estádio Da Luz bus stop, from where the Museum or stadium is within 6 minutes walking distance.
If you’re traveling in your car, turn on your google maps and get started.
The Luz Stadium and the Benfica Museum have many car parking lots in the surrounding areas.
You can park your car at Estacionamento , Parques de estacionamento Benfica Estádio , or Colégio Militar .
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