A Family-Friendly Open-Air Adventure Over Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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A Family-Friendly Open-Air Adventure Over Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Here's a unique way to admire the London skyline: standing on a glass walkway, 46.8 metres above the pitch of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

This is The Dare Skywalk, an eye-popping open-air excursion across the roof of the capital's biggest club stadium. With kids as young as eight invited to take part, it's the perfect urban adventure for half term — whether you're a family of footie fans or not.

The Dare Skywalk is your chance to scale one of London's newest landmarks. Your journey begins with a safety briefing at basecamp. You'll then get suited and booted in safety gear, before ascending the 100 steps that lead to the stadium's rooftop walkway.

Once here, you'll absorb breathtaking 360° cityscapes — look out for the Shard, the Gherkin, and St Paul's Cathedral to the south. Spurs fans will naturally relish the bird's eye-view of the pitch (imagine that on match day), not to mention the rare chance to see the stadium's iconic golden cockerel up close.

Choose a daytime skywalk for the clearest views and a chance to grab some extra trivia about the surrounding landmarks from the diagram that edges your viewing platform. Alternatively, the evening skywalk is perfect for date night — see London's skyscrapers twinkling romantically in the distance — or as an exhilarating alternative to after-work drinks with the gang.

Speaking of drinks, you've even got the chance to raise a glass right there on the roof. Pre-book a round of prosecco, Beavertown beer, or soft drinks for the kids and add a real sense of occasion to your rooftop adventure. Sure beats a swift one at your local pub!

The full experience last 90 glorious minutes, taking you from basecamp to skywalk and back down to the ground. If you don't fancy returning on foot, you can opt to add on The Edge: an extra little adrenaline boost in the form of a 42-metre controlled descent from the top of the stadium down to the south podium.

Whichever option you go for, you'll spend nearly the entire time outdoors, making The Dare Skywalk a brilliant choice for anyone who is still wary about being in crowded indoor spaces.

You can reach Tottenham Hotspur stadium from King's Cross station or Liverpool Street station in around half an hour, so it's a totally doable day trip even if you don't live in London.

Book your tickets today and get ready for an unforgettable adventure that'll give you a whole new view of the capital.

Last Updated 10 February 2022