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Guided by Philip
Short read: Highbury to the Emirates Stadium
Long read: Historic Highbury. Vintage village London. Mediaeval roots. Georgian architecture. Affluent. Arsenal's home for over 90 years. Visit the well preserved old ground,* now a chic housing estate. Walk the same streets as Colin Firth in Fever Pitch. Relive the climax of the film, arguably the most dramatic football match ever. Ends at their new home where we find out about the buildings that were replaced by the Stadium, take in the iconic sights of the Emirates and review the statues of the club's heroes, including Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry. Guided by Philip. *N.B. American visitors of a certain vintage – this is an English Ebbets Field experience.
In the Summer 2019 London Walks programme The Arsenal Story walk takes place on the first Tuesday of every month.* Meet Philip at 2 pm just outside the exit of Highbury & IslingtonTube.
*The Arsenal Story Walk takes place on the following Tuesdays: September 3 and October 1
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