Opening TimesMonday - Saturday
10.00am - 5pmSunday
10am - 4pmClosed:
Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's DayRegister for tickets online
Admission is FREE, or you can support the World Rugby Hall of Fame by making a donation. Supporting the cafe and gift shop will also help the World Rugby Hall of Fame.
About Hall of Fame
Experience rugby's greats and the moments that defined the sport at the new, state-of-the-art World Rugby Hall of Fame.
Take an inspirational journey through time using the latest HD touch-screen technology, from the game's humble origins to its global present played by 7.73 million men, women and children.
Learn about all 121 World Rugby national unions, understand the variations of the sport and discover the moments that created professionalism, Olympic inclusion and the values that unite the sport from community to elite level.
A Town Called Rugby
A heritage of innovation, of inventions, of surprises, and of literary masterpieces. The invention of the hologram. The development of the jet engine. The discovery of helium. The hiding place of the gunpowder plotters. And of course, the creation of the greatest game the world has ever seen. Enjoy Rugby.Official town website
Rugby town centre is easily accessible from junctions 18 and 20 of the M1 motorway and from J1 of the M6. When leaving the motorway at M1 J20 or M6 J1 follow the A426 into Rugby town centre; from M1 J18 take the A428 to get into town.
On arrival in Rugby town centre there are a number of pay and display car parks.
Travelling to Rugby railway station is easy. There are fast, regular trains from London, Birmingham and most major towns and cities. There is a direct link to Birmingham International Airport and the NEC. For up-to-date rail information contact National Rail enquiries on (08457) 484950 or visit the National Rail website.
Rugby railway station is around fifteen minutes walk from the town centre, and is served by a taxi rank and regular bus services. Please contact the Visitor Centre for local bus timetables.
National Express operates one service from Rugby (Rugby-Paignton route), and dozens more to the nearby Coventry and Birmingham coach stations from all the major UK cities and towns, as well as airport and European destinations. Tickets can be purchased from Rugby Visitor Centre. Megabus offers direct links to Rugby from London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Cardiff, Milton Keynes and more.
Rugby has direct rail links to Birmingham International airport, and London Luton airport can be reached by regular train and connecting coach services via Milton Keynes station. East Midlands airport is a short drive up the M1.
World Rugby Hall of Fame
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