Home of the Gunners
The stadium is one of the most impressive in the country - home of Arsenal FC since its inauguration in 2006, with a capacity of 60,361 spectators, it's the fourth largest stadium in England after Wembley, Old Trafford and Tottenham Stadium.
Its Fifa rating means it can play host to major events such as the Champions League, Europa League and European Cup. And it's a futuristic stadium, with the latest in techniques used in its construction.
the Gunners are the most successful team in London, with a total of 13 Premier Leagues, 13 FA Cups, 2 league cups and a cup winner's cup.
Tour del Emirates
The tour of the stadium is one of the most popular in Europe, not just for the stadium itself but for the many interactive elements. The tour takes you around the team changing rooms, the tunnel, the pitch anf even the press box.
And during the visit, you can enjoy an audio guide which will tell you everything you need to know about the club, the stadium, the wins, and all those details that make Arsenal the best club in the world.
Club full of Legends
Statues of the great names to play over the club's history decorate the area, and are one of the main attractions. You'll see ex players such as Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Tony Adams. And go back in time to the '20s, with Herbert Chapman, under whose management the club won four leagues in five years.
And as well as these iconic statues, you can take a snap next to the club cannons, symbols which have featured on the badge since the 1930s.
Monday to Friday: 10:30 am to 5 pm.
Saturdays: 9:30 am to 6 pm.
Sundays: 10 am to 4 pm.
Adults: 28,90£ (US$35.5)
Children from 5 to 15: 18,50£ (US$22.7)
Seniors (over 65): 23,10£ (US$28.3)
Children under 5: Free entry
London Pass: free