Liverpool Football Club has re-opened its internal tours and museum, in time for the final weekend of half-term.

Following a phased re-opening in line with government guidelines since April 16, the club is now able to open up its LFC Stadium Tour along with The Liverpool FC Story museum. The club is working closely with city partners to ensure a safe return for visitors and has also received the We’re Good To Go industry standard and consumer mark to reassure that the club is adhering to government and public health guidance.

To ensure visitor safety, the tours and museum team have implemented extensive health and safety measures, making it a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Capacity will be limited to allow visitors to maintain social distancing. All tours must be booked in advance as walk-up sales cannot be accommodated. Visitors will also find hand sanitising stations on entry, implemented enhanced cleaning regimes, and clear social distancing guidelines.

For a safe flow of visitors in and out, there is the introduction of a newly-designed one-way system with two-metre markers in place to ensure social distancing is maintained. The multimedia handsets available will also issue an alert to remind visitors to keep their distance along the tour route – these will be sanitised thoroughly between each use and visitors can use their own headphones if they wish. With the multimedia handsets the tour is available in 11 different languages.

On the LFC Stadium Tour, fans will enjoy epic views of the pitch and city landscape from the top level of the Main Stand, visit the state-of-the-art home team dressing room, practise their post-match interview technique in the press room, pass under the This Is Anfield sign, and take a spine-tingling walk down the players’ tunnel into the stadium bowl. Whilst in the stadium bowl there is also a photo opportunity in Jürgen Klopp’s matchday seat in the home dugout.

The tour also includes entry to the club’s interactive museum, The Liverpool FC Story, the six European Cups and The Boom Room: The Epic Story of Jürgen Klopp’s Dream Team. This latest addition to the museum exhibition gives a unique exploration into the DNA of this historic Liverpool team which is a must-see for all Reds fans.

All till points and payments are now contactless or payment via debit/credit card, and visitors will be required to print their tickets in advance or display them on a mobile device.

The Boot Room Sports Cafe will remain closed. However, Anfield’s superstore will be open to the public and will have the new 2021-22 home kit available.

For information on the latest tour offers, head to where you’ll find suggestions for Father’s Day, when to book for Mighty Red appearances, and the option to add on souvenir photographs with the club trophies to your tour.

Pre-booking is highly recommended. To book, for information on pricing and for more details, visit Discounts are available for season ticket holders and LFC Official Members.