Kick Off 2022 With A Skywalk Over Tottenham Hotspur's Stadium

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Kick Off 2022 With A Skywalk Over Tottenham Hotspur's Stadium

This a sponsored article on behalf of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Looking for a challenge to get 2022 off to a sky-high start? How about seeing London from a whole new angle — the roof of Tottenham Hotspur's stadium?

The Dare Skywalk invites you to do just that. This dizzyingly brilliant open-air experience takes you waaaaaay up onto the roof of the largest club stadium in London, and out onto a glass walkway 46.8 metres above the pitch where Kane, Son and co play their home matches.

Yes, the pitch looks incredible from up here — even if you're not a Spurs fan, or don't know the first thing about football. But beyond that, you're greeted by spectacular 360° views over London, from a viewpoint that few get to experience. (There's also the rare chance to get up close to the stadium's famous golden cockerel.)

A daytime Skywalk sees London revealed in all its glory, giving you a chance to point out the landmarks you know and puzzle over those that don't look so familiar (a diagram around the edge will help you figure it out). Alternatively, opt for an evening experience to see the sun setting over the capital and the stars emerging above.

Both experiences last 90 minutes, from getting kitted out at basecamp, climbing 100 steps and ascending an open-sided walkway along the side of the stadium, to returning safely back to the ground.

Toast your bravery with a glass of prosecco or Beavertown craft beer, right up there on the roof — slightly more memorable than a trip to the local pub. There's also a professional photographer to capture the moment as you brave your way across the glass floor towards the apex.

Got a special birthday or anniversary coming up, or just looking for an excuse to get the whole family together? Book a private experience to have the roof, and your guide, to yourselves. Otherwise, tours have a maximum of 15 each time (ideal if you're sticking to small groups and avoiding crowds at the moment), while wheelchair accessible climbs are available for those who need them, where those stairs are replaced with a lift.

Think we already mentioned that The Skywalk is an open-air experience — perfect if you're keen to avoid indoor or crowded spaces right now. Oh, and at time of writing, it's ranked #2 out of 452 outdoor activities in London on TripAdvisor.

Book your Skywalk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium now, and get 2022 off to a spectacular start. Prices start at £35 for an adult or £28 for a child — minimum age of 8 years for taking part. Should your booking need to be cancelled due to new restrictions, you'll be able to move it to a future date, within a year.

Last Updated 01 February 2022