Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’s Dare Skywalk visitor attraction is due to open to thrill-seekers at the end of August.
This adrenaline-pumping, 90-minute experience will challenge adventure-seekers to ‘take it to the edge’ by scaling the height of one of the newest landmarks in London.
The Dare Skywalk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be open to the public from Monday 31 August, 2020.
Stepping out onto a glass walkway 46.8 metres above the football pitch, visitors will embark on a journey to the stadium’s iconic golden cockerel, experiencing breath-taking views of the capital.
The Dare Skywalk offers an unparalleled London adventure that fuels excitement and tests the nerves. Its name takes its inspiration from the Club’s motto, ‘To Dare Is To Do’, and aims to challenge the brave at every step of this exhilarating journey, bringing a unique sense of achievement once the dare is complete.
Group bookings and private climbs are also available to book for extra special occasions, as well as packages inclusive of professional photography and a variety of gift vouchers.
The attraction forms part of the club’s wider aims to create a sport and leisure destination in Tottenham, with its stadium home to a range of major events – including concerts, NFL, rugby and boxing – alongside Tottenham Hotspur football matches.
Daniel Levy, chairman, Tottenham Hotspur, said:
The Dare Skywalk has been highly anticipated ever since we announced our wider plans for the new stadium five years ago – we are delighted that this will now become a reality.
We have always said that this is so much more than a football stadium – we are creating a destination and driving the regeneration of one of London’s most deprived areas, truly putting Tottenham on the map.
This represents a whole new level of visitor attraction in London and we look forward to seeing many people take on this unique challenge over the coming years.
The Dare Skywalk is the latest in a wide range of visitor attractions at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Tottenham Experience – home to The Dare Skywalk Basecamp – already houses Europe’s largest football club retail store and is the starting point for Stadium Tours. The Club Museum and Archive will also be based here in the future.
The Dare Skywalk has been awarded the ‘Good to Go’ standard by Visit Britain, recognising businesses across the tourism sector that can demonstrate that they are adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance around Covid-19, have carried out a risk assessment and have the required safety processes in place.
All visitors will be provided with full safety equipment and a safety briefing on arrival at The Dare Skywalk Basecamp – no specific training will be required in advance. All climbs are subject to weather conditions on the day.
Visitors will be required to sign a waiver and be physically and medically fit to take part in The Dare Skywalk, with a minimum age requirement of 10 – all under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult.