Dropped in to see the football museum. There's loads to see and it's very well laid out. You get a real sense of the whole of Scottish football history.
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We visited the museum only as we were too late for the last tour of the day. We were greeted by a very helpful staff member who took us into the stadium. The museum covers Scottish football history and is fascinating to the football fan.
Attended a football game with hospitality ticket package that was reasonably priced, unlike some English Premier games that I have paid for which have disappointed. Cannot fault Hampden. Dinner was very tasty and presentation was good. Staff serving were very professional and friendly. Half time...More
Firstly as an arena I love it, plenty of footballing heritage. Museum is marvellous a real walk through scottish football history and memories. Took my son for his birthday and the staff who took us on the tour was brilliant knowledge was first class and...More
Been home for a wee while following our team’s success against Celtic’s B team, Hibs, whose own fan support was insignificant and invisible within the dilapidated National Stadium aka Hampden. The catering at Hampden painfully slow with poor staff who had little English and poor...More
Came here with my dad and brother for the Scotland v England match . Prices for food and drinks reasonable when compared to similar venue. Security was high felt very safe. Atmosphere was good but felt us fans were to far away from the park...More
great night and a great venue to hold an event. Catering was superb with great service. Drinks were a little pricey.
We had a wander through the museum, which is well worth a visit from anyone even half interested in football. Our tour was with a guide called Jim who was very knowledgeable about the stadium and gave us a great tour. My husband was beside...More
My 9 year old and his guests had a ball at his birthday party at the Hampden Experience. The staff, in particular the guide, Ronnie, were lovely (and patient!) and the experience itself offered a great mix of action (playing a game in the training...More
Hampden is a dreadful stadium for the football. It seems specifically designed to destroy atmosphere. The stands are at too shallow an angle, they're too far away from the pitch behind the goals and noise just vanishes. It needs to go.