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Coming to Twickenham for the Quilter Internationals 2018? Buy your World Rugby Museum tickets in advance to receive at least 40% discount*!

The World Rugby Museum is the definitive home for everything and anything about rugby. Featuring more than three times as many objects, the new museum (re-opened February 2018) displays memorabilia from around the world and from all eras, making it a must visit for all rugby fans.

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3 November Quilter International: England v South Africa

Open 10.00 - 15.00 (last entry 14.00)

Adult: £7.50   Child: £4.50

See Gerry Brand's 1932 Springbok jersey, worn during their 7-0 victory against England at Twickenham, in the Sport of Empire and the World gallery. 

10 November Quilter International: England v New Zealand

Open 10.00 - 15.00 (last entry 14.00)

Adult: £7.50   Child: £4.50

For a limited time only, Dave Gallaher’s 1905 All-Black jersey will be on display in the Wartime gallery, to coincide with the 2018 Armistice Commemorations. Gallaher was killed during the Passchendaele Offensive in 1917, at the age of 42.

17 November Quilter International: England v Japan

Open 10.00 - 15.00 (last entry 14.00)

Adult: £6.25   Child: £3.75

NEW SPECIAL EXHIBITION - Brave Blossoms: the History of Rugby in Japan.

Featuring new research and objects drawn from around the world, highlights of the exhibition include a 1904 jersey from Keio University, the story of the blossom as told by Demi Sakata and an exclusive interview with Eddie Jones.

24 November Quilter International: England v Australia

Open 10.00 - 15.00 (last entry 14.00)

Adult: £7.50   Child: £4.50

The Wallabies didn't adopt the now famous gold jersey until 1961. See a dark green jersey from 1930 on display in the Sport of Empire and the World gallery.

 

* Discounts apply to our standard retail prices and are available online until the Friday before the match. 

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