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TOUR ITINERARY

Ireland & London

September 29 - October 10

Thank you for traveling with us!

To ensure that all goes smoothly, please read the following tour information carefully, as it will provide valuable information about your trip. 

 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Know Before You Go!

Weather

In early October, the daily highs in both Ireland and England run in the upper 50s to low 60s, while evening temperatures are typically in the mid 40s. ​

Clothing

As temperatures may vary, we suggest dressing in layers. There is no specific dress code for any of the program inclusions other than your PACKER gear!​

Meals

Meals, unless otherwise specified are not included in your package price. When planning meals, please allow enough time to be on time for scheduled group departures​​​.​​

Game Tickets

There will be no paper tickets dispatched for the 2022 NFL London Games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. All tickets at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be digital and will need to be downloaded to your smartphone.

 

If you purchased game tickets as part of the travel package, you will receive a separate email with links to download your tickets 48 hours prior to game time. If you need assistance, please see your tour host Saturday night at the Packer Rally.

Credit Cards

Before leaving the U.S., contact your bank/credit card company to inform them that you will be traveling out of the country. Typically, your card company will place a hold on your account if they detect unusual spending patterns. Also, remember to request a contact number in case any transaction problems arise on your trip, or if need to report your card lost or stolen. Keep in mind that it’s good practice to travel with two different credit cards in your possession.

Currency Exchange

Traveling to the UK (London) calls for your converting currency to the Sterling Pound, while those traveling on the Ireland/London Package will need to convert currency to the Euro for the Ireland portion of the trip. 

The most cost-efficient way to exchange currency for international travel is to do so prior to your trip and to use the services of your bank or credit union. 

 

Current conversion rate from US dollar to British Pound

 

Current conversion rate from US dollar to Euro

Tour Credential

To help our tour hosts identify you as part of the Green Bay Ticket Service group, we ask that you wear your official event credential for the any tours and game transfers. Credentials will be distributed at airport check-in.

Tour Host

Jen Krippel:          (814) 404-0343

Covid-19

Masking
Flying internationally from the U.S. to, and returning from England & Ireland, no longer requires wearing a mask. Depending on your risk tolerance, and for your peace-of-mind, you may want to consider carrying a mask, especially for use within the airports and on the jetways—if not while in-flight.

Testing

Though recommended, it is no longer mandatory that you have a viral test before traveling abroad. Should you elect to do so, however, you should take the test within three days prior to your departure and within 3-5 days after your return home.

If you are a non-U.S. Citizen, please check with your country's Embassy or Consulate for applicable regulations. 

Power Connections

Both England and Ireland share a common electric power standard, operating on 220 volts and requiring use of a three-rectangular-prong plug. For standard American 110-volt personal appliances—including phones—you’ll need to bring a converter as well as a wall adapter. While dual voltage appliances require only the wall adapter.

Cell Phone Service

If you expect to make/receive cell phone calls while traveling in Europe, you’ll need to contact your wireless provider and add an International Calling/Data Plan to your service.

Group Flight to Dublin

For those of you flying on group air, or who booked your own air connecting in Chicago, you will meet your tour host, Jen Krippel, at the gate.

To ensure proper handling of your baggage, please follow the instructions below:
 

  1. Make sure you have identification on your bags, complete with name, address and cell phone number​

  2. Limit yourself to one (1) carry-on item and one (1) small, personal item that must fit in the overhead compartment or beneath the seat. American Airlines limits carry-on bag dimensions to 22 x 14 x 9 inches (includes handles and wheels).

  3. Your first checked bag on American Airlines is free. A second checked bag will incur a charge of $100.  Standard checked bag allowance is a total of 62 inches (Length + Width + Height) and must weigh 50 lbs. or less.

  4. Items such as jewelry, cash, electronics, business documents, prescription drugs, car/house keys, irreplaceable photographs or similar items should not be placed in checked baggage but should be kept in the passenger’s personal possession at all times.

  5. All vital medications including insulin, pills, and other medicines must be in your carry-on or personal item.

U.S. citizens require a valid passport to enter Ireland/England - check that yours is valid six months past the date of your return to the States. Always keep your passport safely with you - never pack it in a suitcase. You will need to show it at all airports. It is a good idea to keep a copy of the number, expiration date, place and date of issue or a photocopy of the first page at home and also with your travel partner, in case of loss or theft. U.S. visitors do not need visas to enter Ireland or England, but other nationalities should check visa requirements with their nearest Irish and UK embassy or consulate.

Date

30 SEP

Flight

AA 208

Depart 

Chicago O'Hare

Time

10:33 PM 

Arrive 

Dublin

Time

11:40 AM Saturday

Date

6 OCT

Flight   

BA 835  

Depart

Dublin

Time

12:55 PM

Arrive

London

Time

2:25 PM

Date

10 OCT

Flight   

AA 99

Depart

London

Time

7:45 AM

Arrive

Chicago O'Hare

Time

10:30 AM 

Daily Itinerary
Friday, September 30
By 7:30 pm

Check-in at the American Airlines ticket counter, Chicago O'Hare International Airport

10:33 pm

American Airlines flight #208 departs Chicago for Dublin

Saturday, October 1
11:40 am

American Airlines Flight #208 Arrives Dublin

Arrivals from other cities

Please meet your guide and the rest of the group in the Arrivals Hall of the Dublin Airport at 11:45 am

Upon arrival in Dublin, we'll meet our guide, Valeria, in the Arrivals Hall and then proceed to our awaiting coach to begin your day of touring.

Tour of Dublin

Enjoy a panoramic tour of the city.  For such a small city, Dublin’s got a BIG past. The iconic city has survived Viking attacks, a devastating fire, and even the plague. It’s also founded of one of the oldest universities in Europe, Trinity College, and is home to Ireland’s legendary brew, Guinness. You will also swing by the Docklands, which are rich in maritime history, engineering triumphs and landmark architecture. This tour spans four centuries – from the 18th century construction of the harbour walls to the area’s transformation into a bustling 21st century city quarter for living, working and entertainment. 

Trinity College and the Book of Kells

Ireland’s most esteemed university, Trinity College opposite the former Irish Houses of Parliament attracts over two million visitors each year - and as you stroll around the cobblestone squares, wander its magnificent library and feast your eyes upon the world-famous Book of Kells, it’s easy to see why! Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, and Samuel Beckett are amongst the university’s impressive alumni - alongside Oscar-nominated actor Ruth Negga, and author Sally Rooney whose novel-turned-tv-series Normal People was set in and around this iconic seat of learning. And what a seat! The college buildingsare a breathtaking masterclass in architecture reflecting the many changes that Dublin has witnessed over the centuries, but it’s indoors that you’ll want to head to soak up the real Trinity and what draws so many to this remarkable university. Explore the spectacular barrel-vaulted Long Room in the Old Library, a whopping 65 meters long and home to the Book of Kells, the exquisitely illuminated 9th century Gospel manuscript and one of the country’s greatest cultural treasures. Back outside, College Park is a wonderful spot to relax and drink in the inimitable ambience of one of the world’s greatest universities. In 2020, the city began replacing the manicured lawns with wildflower meadows as part of its response to the global environmental crisis, and when the sun is out, there’s no better place in Dublin to find yourself!

Guiness Storehouse

Located in the heart of the city’s St James’s Gate, the 7-story Guinness Storehouse has been the site of the world-famous Guinness Brewery since 1759 when Arthur Guinness famously signed a 9,000-year lease and ensuring he had more than enough time to secure the future of one of the world’s most iconic drinks. The building itself was constructed in 1902 as a fermentation plant for the St. James's Gate Brewery, and since opening in 2000, this distinctive landmark has welcomed over twenty million visitors, keen to see the birthplace of the legendary velvet beer and to sample its distinctive taste straight from the barrel.  Built in the unmistakable shape of a pint glass, its seven floors invite you to explore the past, present and future of the ebony nectar … discover the ingredients and brewing process that creates the unmistakable beer, explore the history of its award-winning advertising campaigns and an interactive exhibit on responsible drinking. Then head for everyone’s favourite, the seventh floor, home to the fabulous Gravity Bar complete with sensational views of Dublin and where you can kick back and enjoy a well-deserved pint of the black custard. 

Dinner 

Tonight's group dinner will at Cleaver East, in Temple Bar (approximately a 5 min walk from the hotel)

Overnight at the Hard Rock Hotel, Dublin

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Sunday, October 2

Breakfast at your hotel

Departure for Cork

8:30 am   Meet in the lobby with your luggage

8:45 am   Motorcoach departs

Powerscourt House & Gardens

A stone’s throw from the urban delights of Dublin and the vast and sweeping uplands of its home county, Wicklow, the spectacular 64 square km estate that is Powerscourt House and Gardens is one of Ireland’s record-breaking visitor attractions. National Geographic voted the 47 acres of gardens here as one of the top three in the world - and its magnificent house is listed by Lonely Planet as one of the world’s top ten houses and mansions. From the enchanting Walled Gardens and its beautiful water features, to the immaculately manicured Italian Garden and its spectacular views to the iconic Sugar Loaf Mountain to the exquisite apanese Garden, ablaze with colour and fragrance during Spring, when the sun is out - and even when it’s not! - you’ll want to put aside a couple of hours to wander this incredible place, simply basking in nature and exploring the wonderful flora you can find here. Don't miss the rather melancholic animal cemetery, final resting place of the many pets that lived at Powerscourt over the decades. If you have time, a short drive will take you to the famous Powerscourt Waterfall - the tallest in the country, and well worth the detour!

Avoca

There is a large retail offering at Avoca, with a range of women’s and men’s fashion, gifts, children’s toys and clothing, homewares and lots more. Enter and discover an extensive selection of famous throws and clothing, woven in Wicklow mill which is just an hour’s drive away.

The Food Market at Avoca is home to a gourmet deli and bakery with freshly baked bread, scones and cakes, as well as an abundance of delicious artisanal foods from near and far. A true foodie heaven, you’re sure to discover a whole host of unusual ingredients, herbs, spices, sweet treats and lots more on the fully stocked shelves.  While here, we'll enjoy lunch in a local restaurant.

Jerpoint Park

Visit Jerpoint Park and enjoy a guided tour of the footprints of a deserted 12th Century Medieval town dating back to 1200AD. 

 

Tradition in these parts tell that the earthly remains of St. Nicholas were secretly removed from Bari by returning crusader knights, who brought them back to Newtown Jerpoint for safe keeping. They buried those remains with all due reverence in the church that to this day bears the Saint’s name. The grave of St. Nicholas is marked by beautifully carved grave slab just outside the church, the tall figure of the Saint dominates the carving, and flanking him on both sides are the heads of the two crusader knights who brought his remains here.

You will also be treated to lovely tea and scones at Jerpoint.

Dinner at the Hotel

Tonight's dinner will be at the hotel

Overnight at the Clayton Cork City, Cork

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Monday, October 3

Breakfast at your hotel

English Market

Home of the second-largest natural harbour in the world, setting for some of the country’s most colourful homes, and a fascinating and diverse military, maritime and social history, Cobh - pronounced Cove - in Cork’s famously sunny east is the perfect place to head for the exhilarating Irish sea air and an abundance of things to see and do. 

Originally named Queenstown after Queen Victoria’s visit in 1849, this picturesque seaside town is perhaps most famous for being the last port of call for the Titanic before she sailed off to her fate in 1912, so your first stop will probably be the fabulous Titanic Experience. It’s here that you can enjoy a plethora of interactive displays and audio-visual tours and learn about the stories of the 123 passengers who boarded the ill-fated liner in the town’s harbour. Of course, this busy seaport has more stories to tell than that of the Titanic … during the Irish Famine years, more than 70,000 Irish left their homes, made their way to Cobh and headed off on the ships that would take them to pastures new, and the wonderful Cobh Heritage Centre tells their stories in fascinating detail. And when you’ve had your fill of maritime history? Head off to explore the magnificent neo-Gothic St Colman’s Cathedral, one of Ireland’s tallest buildings; make the short crossing to the iconic Spike Island with its 1,300 years of history as a monastery, prison and fortress; stroll the fabulous Titanic trail with its spectacular views of the harbour, then set off to find the town’s famous Deck of Cards, the charming row of colorful houses that graces every Cobh postcard - just don’t forget your camera!

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

A looming 15th-century tower house in the stunning County Clare, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park is one of Ireland’s top destinations - and with so much to see and do here, it’s easy to see why!  Located in Bunratty village, the castle itself is one of the country’s most well-preserved,  built by the powerful MacNamara family in 1425 and painstakingly restored in 1954 to its former glory. Inside, you’ll discover a cornucopia of fabulous antiques and artefacts,  from paintings to tapestries, and furniture to fabrics … all bringing to life the unique and captivating history of this incredible fortress and the characters who called it home. But the real attraction of Bunratty is the spectacular Folk Park that surrounds the castle and where you can ramble from house to house at your leisure and drink in the sights, sounds tastes, and smells of medieval Ireland in an utterly unique way - there’s a school, a doctor’s house, hardware store and post office, and the obligatory Irish pub! You’ll meet the village residents, try some freshly baked bread, and go looking for faeries in the Faery Village - non-believers not allowed - and if you’re ready to immerse yourself in the full medieval Irish experience, the traditional Irish festivities held in the craic-filled Corn Barn are unmissable. A must-do on your Irish travel itinerary.

Cliffs of Mother

Towering over the wild sea swells below and slicing into the wild Atlantic Ocean at the southwestern edge of County Clare, the 700ft high Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland’s most celebrated landmarks, will steal your breath away. A designated UNESCO Geopark, most people come here for the sheer drama and beauty of the 5 miles long dark limestone landscape and the epic views across the ocean that stretch beyond the Aran Islands and hills of Connemara, although the area's wonderful flora and fauna - including puffins and peregrine falcons - also attracts many a curious nature lover. Plan to spend some time here; you’ll easily spend hours taking endless photographs, particularly if you make it up the fabulous 19th-century O’Brien’s lookout tower - on a clear day, you’ll be able to spot no less than five counties! The visitor centre is well worth the stop with interactive exhibitions that delve into the geology, climate, fauna, and flora of the cliffs.

Dinner at the Hotel

After a long day of touring, we're staying in tonight and enjoying dinner at the hotel.

Overnight at the Clayton Hotel, Galway

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Tuesday, October 4

Breakfast at your hotel

Visit a local Oyster Farm

A tour of the DK Connemara Oyster Farm is truly a sensory experience.


Smell the fresh wild Atlantic air amid stunning scenery and enjoy the succulent Taste of the Atlantic. See the farm crew working hard in the water to grow the most perfectly formed oysters. Shuck your own oyster as you learn more about the process of producing our perfect oysters. Finish your tour with a taste of our beautiful fresh oysters!

Kylemore Abbey and Gardens

Nestled on the tranquil shores of the Pollacapall Lough, the stunning Kylemore Abbey is a glorious 19th-century dwelling built in 1868 as a private home for wealthy English doctor and businessman Mitchel Henry who spent his honeymoon in Connemara and (understandably) fell in the love with the place. In 1903, ownership of the abbey was passed to the Duke and Duchess of Manchester who were forced to sell the property on to the current owners the Irish Benedictine Nuns in 1920 when gambling debts proved too costly to warrant such an extravagant home. Today, Marie Hickey is Mother Abbess of the Benedictine Community, which continues to develop educational and retreat activities alongside its partnership with the University of Notre Dame. The ground-floor rooms are open to visitors, including the magnificent Welcome Room and Kitchen scullery, and the beautifully restored period rooms. There’s also the highly enjoyable Visitor Experience that does a wonderful job of bringing the story of Kylemore to life. Don’t miss the extraordinary Neo-Gothic Church Mitchell Henry had built for his wife Margaret, and the mausoleum where the couple were buried together, before heading off to explore the utterly enchanting six-acres Victorian Walled Gardens which displays plants only from the Victorian era - an unmissable treat for the green-fingered! Afterward, enjoy lunch in a local restaurant.

Sheep and Wool Centre

Welcome to the Sheep and Wool Centre, whose mission is to foster awareness of the traditional sheep and wool industry in Connemara.

At our daily wool craft demonstrations, learn about the history of sheep farming and wool craft in the west of Ireland.


Buy Irish woolens in our Gift shop and stock up on knitting wool and crafts, before being tempted by homemade cakes in Killary Café and wandering down the Art Corridor.

Dinner McSwiggan's Pub

McSwiggan’s offers visitors a welcoming and relaxed environment whilst retaining its traditional family-run spirit that has become synonymous with it.

Overnight at the Clayton Hotel, Galway

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Wednesday, October 5

Breakfast at your hotel

Clonmacnoise Abbey

Enclosed within a walled field and home to a myriad of early churches, soaring crosses, round towers and intricate gravestones, the ruins of the haunting Clonmacnoise Abbey on the banks of the River Shannon are one of Ireland’s most significant monastic cities. From its reputation as a notable seat of learning (it once attracted scholars from across Europe), to favoured spot of pillage and banditry by Normans, Vikings and the Irish themselves, make a point of seeking out our favourites - the three exquisitely decorated high crosses; the burial spot of the last high king of Ireland, Rory O’ Connor; the brooding Temple Melaghlin where some of Ireland’s finest illuminated manuscripts were produced, and the extraordinary Nun’s Church, one of the finest examples of Hiberno-Romanesque architecture in Ireland - stunning! 

Killbeggan DIstillery

Set alongside the charming River Brosna in County Westmeath, the fabulous Kilbeggan Distillery - the oldest distillery in the world, no less - invites you to step inside and celebrate a country and industry that are as intricately bound together as water and life are themselves.  Explore the stories of the families that owned the distillery and the significance of the local community in shaping the Kilbeggan brand; discover the distillery’s traditional methods of mashing and fermenting, and see first-hand the iconic Kilbeggan malt flowing from the magnificent and ancient copper stills. You’ll also enjoy sampling the distillery’s thrilling selection of whiskies - from their super-popular double-distilled blended whiskey to the sensational Small Batch Rye, Single Pot Still and Single Grain offerings - all magnificent examples of whiskey at its absolute best! Of course, like all great whiskies, the tastings alone may leave you wanting ‘just one more’, so head for the celebrated Whiskey Bar to explore the range further and wrap up this exceptional whisky experience in the heart of the Emerald Isle.

Celtic Nights - Traditional Irish Night

Located in the heart of Dublin city, next to the famous O’Connell Bridge overlooking the river Liffey, this show is choreographed for maximum audience participation and full family entertainment.

It includes World Championship dancers and All-Ireland winning musicians showcasing some of Ireland’s ‘sean nos’ (old style) Irish dance & the famous Brush Dance.

Three course traditional Irish Dinner included.

Overnight at the Samuel Hotel, Dublin

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Thursday, October 6

Breakfast at your hotel

St Patrick's Cathedral

Located in the city’s fabulous Liberties district, and built on the site of an ancient well, one-time courthouse, and 5-star stable for Oliver Cromwell's horses, St Patrick's Cathedral is one of Ireland’s most visited sites - and one of the few remaining buildings from medieval Dublin. Built between 1220 and 1260 in honor of perhaps Ireland’s most famous patron saint, Saint Patrick, this spectacular Cathedral stands on the spot where the celebrated Saint allegedly baptised the local Celtic chieftains in the 5th century. Today, a stroll around its remarkable interiors takes visitors on a captivating historical adventure … From the wonderful baptistry and its 12th-century floor tiles, to the enchanting Lady Chapel used by French Huguenots fleeing persecution back at home, to the resting place of Jonathan Swift and his long-term companion Stella, St Patrick’s offers a unique glimpse into Dublin’s fascinating past. 

Depart Ireland

Say farewell to Ireland as your guide assists you with check-in for your flight to London.

12:55 pm  British Airways flight #835 departs Dublin

Arrive London

2:25 pm  British Airways flight #835 arrives London-Heathrow Airport

Upon arrival, proceed to baggage claim. Once you have claimed your bags, meet you guide who will assist you to the awaiting motorcoach.

Upon arrival at the hotel, please proceed to the front desk to check in.

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Meliá White House

Albany Street, Regent´s Park

Camden, London NW1 3UP

Phone: +44 20 7391 3000

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DoubleTree by Hilton London - Victoria

2 Bridge Place

London, SW1V 1QA

Phone: +44 20 7834 8123

The afternoon/evening are on your own.

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Packer Pep Rallies

Attendance is free; transportation to/from are not included.

 

Packers fans are invited to bring the spirit of Green Bay to London ahead of the team’s first-ever regular season international matchup!

The main festivities will take place at Belushi’s Sports Bar (London Bridge location), which will serve as the official Packers Everywhere headquarters during the trip. Belushi’s Sports Bar is located at 161-165, Borough High St., London SE1 1HR. Rally attendees must be 18 years of age or older, and must bring a form of ID for admittance.

Fans are also encouraged to visit the nearby pub, The Barrowboy and Banker at 6-8 Borough High St, London SE1 9QQ, for additional fan giveaways each day. All ages are welcome at The Barrowboy and Banker until 7 p.m. each night.

Belushi’s Sports Bar and The Barrowboy and Banker have limited capacity, so fans are encouraged to arrive early. Further information about London activities will be announced as the events approach.

Friday, October 7
7:00 am - 10:00 am

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before heading out for a day of sightseeing.

The day is yours to enjoy all the sights that London has to offer.

Windsor Castle Tour

This tour must have been purchased in advance.

 

Meet your guide in the lobby to board the motor coach for your day in Windsor. Nestled in the spectacular Berkshire landscape atop a crag one hundred feet above the river Thames sits the inimitable Winsdor Castle, largest occupied castle in the world, iconic British landmark for almost one thousand years.

Lunch is included. 

Baths & Stonehenge Tour

This tour must have been purchased in advance.

 

Meet your guide in the lobby to board the motor coach for your day traveling to countryside to visit the Roman Baths and  Stonehenge.

Saturday, October 8
Starting at 7:00 am 

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before heading out for a day of touring.

Meet your guide in the lobby for a day of touring the city. Following the tour, you'll take a ride on  London's most popular attraction, the London Eye. With an overall height of 443 feet, this cantilevered observation wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames allows you to enjoy amazing 360-degree views of the city.

Lunch on your own

Afternoon Tours

Tower of London

Few parts of the UK are as steeped in legend, superstition and extraordinary historical moments as the notorious Tower of London. 

St Paul's Cathedral

Wedding venue of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, and location for the funerals of Lord Nelson and Winston Churchill, throughout its remarkable history, St. Paul’s has served as a key location for several important events in British history, but there’s so much more to this landmark than its reputations as venue-extraordinaire! 

Saturday Night Packer Rally

 

5:45 pm

Meet your guide in the hotel lobby for transfer to Tattershall Castle Pub. 

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join with Packer fans for an evening of food and drink. Lynn Dickey will be on hand to take photos and sign autographs.

8:30 pm

Motorcoach will depart for return to your hotel.

                   Menu: 

Antipasti

Prosciutto Crudo, Coppa Ham and Salami

served with Rustic Garlic Bread

Tomato and Mozzarella Salad

Black Grapes, Crisp Pickled Gherkin

Fresh Marinated Olives and crunch Asparagus, Garnished with Almond Pesto and Italian Hard Cheese

 

Meat

Gloucester Old Spot Sausages

Southern Fried Chicken Tenders and

BBQ Chicken Wings with Pork Pie

Potted Shredded Duck and Garlic Breaded Mushrooms

served with Fries, dips and Rustic Bread

Fish

Crispy Panko Crumb Calamari Strips

Whitby Scampi wholetails and Crispy Whitebait,

with Scottish Smoked Salmon and potted Mackerel Pate

served with Fries, dips and toasted Rustic Bread 

 

Hot Chicken Wings and Cauliflower Wings

Beer, Wine, and Soda

Sunday, October 9
7:00 am - 10:00 am

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before heading out for a day of sightseeing.

10:15 am

Meet your guide in the lobby of the hotel to board the motorcoach to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

10:30 am

Motorcoach departs

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

NFL Tottenham Tailgate Party

Get ready for the big game at Lilywhite House, located across from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Whether you choose to be inside or out on the rooftop deck, you'll enjoy all-you-can-eat Tailgate Food.  Beer, Wine, and Sodas are included. Cash bar for premium drinks. A DJ and  Giant Screen TVS, and Tailgate games will provide entertainment, and Merchandise Stalls will be available. 

Game Time
12:30 pm

Stadium Gates open

If you have any issues with your game tickets on Gameday, there will be plenty of stewards on hand to assist. Alternatively, you can visit the Ticket Office, located at the North West corner of the Stadium on Paxton Terrace.

2:30 pm

Kickoff!  

GO PACK GO!

 

45 min following the end of the game

Motorcoaches depart for return to your hotel

Complete Fan Guide Download

Bag Policy

clear bag policy (along with security screenings) will be in place at all NFL London Games, to provide a safe environment for all our fans. All clear bags entering the stadium must be no larger than 12"x6"x12" and will be inspected closely by security upon entry to the stadium, possibly along with a pat down. The NFL reserves the right to refuse entry of certain items into the stadium if security believes they are inappropriate.

Monday, October 10
5:00 am

Motorcoach departs for London Heathrow Airport

7:45 am

American Airlines flight #99 departs London-Heathrow for Chicago.

Have a safe trip home!