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Paris: Roland-Garros Stadium Guided Backstage Tour473 Reviews
Go behind the scenes of a grand slam tennis tournament at Roland-Garros Stadium in Paris. Enjoy a guided tour of the venue and learn all about tennis legends who've played on its courts.
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- Feel like a VIP on a guided behind-the-scenes tour of the Roland-Garros Stadium
- Get a chance to view the new Philippe Chatrier court and its retractable roof
- Enjoy an unobstructed view of the clay courts and the surrounding cityscape
- Learn about the French Open winners, including Steffi Graf and Rafael Nadal
DescriptionDiscover the Roland-Garros stadium during a guided tour of the legendary temple of tennis in Paris ! During this unique guided tour, you will go behind the scenes of the stadium, from the presidential tribune to the corridor that leads the players to the clay court. An extraordinary journey in the footsteps of the most famous winners of the Roland-Garros tournament, such as Björn Borg, Chris Evert, Steffi Graff and, of course, Rafael Nadal. Your guide will share countless anecdotes with you, from the historic four Musketeers to contemporary winners, and will reveal the secrets of the majestic new Philippe Chatrier court, a technological and architectural masterpiece.
IncludesTour guide Entrance fee
- Due to the stadium's activities, some areas may not be accessible on the day of your visit
- The stadium shop can be visited before or after the tour (open from 09:30 AM-6:30 PM)
- The press center will not be accessible from August 15-November 4, 2023
- The locker room will not be accessible from September 12, 2023-April 2024
- An alternative route will be offered. This temporary route is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.