Following updated Government guidance, visitors attending the Dare Skywalk will no longer be required to present their NHS COVID Pass to gain entry or wear face coverings inside. Visitors who wish to continue to wear face coverings, are able to do so.
The safety of our guests and staff is of the upmost importance and we will continue to uphold the additional deep cleaning measures in place throughout the Stadium, The Dare Skywalk and Tottenham Experience to ensure the highest standards are kept.
- What is The Dare Skywalk?
- How high is The Dare Skywalk?
- How should I prepare for my visit?
- Where does my climb start from?
- How long does the experience last?
- Can I come and experience the Stadium Tour and The Dare Skywalk on the same day?
- I have a fear of heights, can I still take part?
- What are the climbing conditions on the Dare Skywalk?
- What is an evening climb?
- What if my preferred climb date is unavailable?
- Do the Climb Guides give a commentary?
- How many people are in each group?
- Can I do Dare Skywalk if I am pregnant?
- Can children climb?
- What can I expect when I climb with my children (ages 10-17)?
- Can seniors climb?
- Can I propose to my partner on the roof of the Stadium?
- What items are prohibited?
What is The Dare Skywalk?
Dare Skywalk is our adrenaline-filled attraction which sees you scale the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, reaching the famous golden cockerel at the summit. Up on the glass viewing platform, you'll be met with spectacular views of London and have an aerial view of the pitch.
How high is The Dare Skywalk?
The summit, our glass viewing platform encompassing the golden cockerel, is the highest point you will reach and is 46.8 metres above pitch level.
How should I prepare for my visit?
Prior to your arrival, please ensure that you have read and familiarised yourself with our pre-visit checklist.
Where does my climb start from?
The Dare Skywalk experiences start at Basecamp, where you will check in, get kitted up and be briefed with the relevant safety information. Climbs are available throughout the day and Basecamp opens 30 minutes before the first climb.
How long does the experience last?
Before arriving for your climb, you will need to have completed the waiver form for you and any supervised minors in your group. The links for these can be found in your confirmation email, which you will have been sent in advance.
The Dare Skywalk experience itself lasts 90 minutes. This includes the pre-climb safety briefing and your de-kitting after returning from your climb. Please arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled climb time. This will allow time to check-in, use the complimentary lockers and get kitted up, before embarking on the experience.
Please be aware that we are unable to refund or reschedule climbs due to lateness.
Should you wish to visit and make a purchase from the Tottenham Experience shop, please check the opening hours here before booking. Visitors who have booked to complete the last climb of the day will only have 15 minutes to collect photos and depart.
Can I come and experience the Stadium Tour and Dare Skywalk on the same day?
Yes, we would love you to experience both attractions. Please click here to book your tickets for each attraction. Please note that tickets must be purchased separately and you will receive a ticket for each attraction. You will need to ensure that you leave adequate time in between each experience.
Check-in for Stadium Tours takes place at the Tours Desk within the Tottenham Experience, which is located on the High Road. Check-in for The Dare Skywalk takes place within Skywalk Basecamp, situated on Park Lane Square behind the Tottenham Experience. It can be accessed via the lift or stairs next to Door 2. We would recommend leaving plenty of time between your experiences both to travel to the different locations and to check in.
We encourage guests to look around the Tottenham Experience shop if they have time between their scheduled Stadium Tour and The Dare Skywalk experience. There is a bag drop located within the Tottenham Experience for guests to leave purchases and large bags, before taking part in a Stadium Tour or The Dare Skywalk.
I have a fear of heights, can I still take part?
In most cases, yes. Our Climb Guides will help you accomplish the Dare Skywalk. If you have any questions or concerns in advance of your visit, please let us know and a member of the Skywalk team will get back to you.
Once you've begun the Dare Skywalk, you must complete it. At the highest point, you will be walking on a glass walkway 46.8 metres above the pitch. On the walk to the roof you will be walking on an incline of 14 degrees.
Please use your discretion when booking this experience as you will not be able to return early once the climb has begun.
What are the climbing conditions on the Dare Skywalk?
The conditions vary based on the day's weather and the experience you choose. You can expect to:
- Climb staircases
- Walk on an incline on an exposed walkway
- Walk over an exposed glass walkway - 46.8 metres above the pitch
- Participate in prolonged standing and climbing
- Be exposed to all weather conditions
What is an evening climb?
Our evening climbs offer you the chance to take in the scenic views of London from the time at which the sun starts setting. You may even get to see the sun set on the horizon on your climb from the summit. These climbs change seasonally and in relation to the time of year, so be sure to check out our ticket page for available evening climbs.
What if my preferred climb date is unavailable?
Climbs are now available to book up until May 2022. However, there may be dates when the Dare Skywalk is closed due to special events or essential maintenance, in which case you will not be able to select that date for your booking.
Please note that all dates are subject to change dependent on fixtures.
You can check availability and make a booking directly via our website.
Do the Climb Guides give a commentary?
Our Climb Guide team will share key information as part of your visit, including designs and features of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and pointing out impressive landmarks making up the London skyline.
We also have Stadium Tours available to book daily, should you wish to explore the Stadium on the same day as your Skywalk Experience. Each Stadium Tour ticket is accompanied by a multimedia device which enables you to explore the Stadium at your own pace.
How many people are in each group?
There will be up to 12 people in your group, plus your Climb Guide.
For a truly memorable experience, you can book out a time slot for a private climb, with a 10% discount. For more information, please register your details and a member of the team will get back to you.
Can I do Dare Skywalk if I am pregnant?
Unfortunately, those who are pregnant are unable to take part in any Dare Skywalk activity. It is a physically demanding activity and requires you to wear a harness which fits tightly across the body.
We have Stadium Tours available daily, which are completely accessible and suitable for those who are pregnant. Please click here for more information.
Can children climb?
The minimum age to take part in a climb is 8 years old and all participants must be at least 1.2 metres in height. Under 18s must be with an adult and the adult-to-child ratios are:
- 1 adult to accompany 2 minors between the ages of 8-17
- 1 adult to accompany 4 minors between the ages of 12-17
- 1 adult to accompany 6 minors between the ages of 15-17
What can I expect when I climb with my children (ages 8-17)?
Children between the ages of 8-17 (and a minimum height of 1.2 metres) can take part in the Dare Skywalk. On the Dare Skywalk Climb, you will scale the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, reaching the famous golden cockerel at the summit. On the glass viewing platform, you'll be met with spectacular views of London and have an aerial view of the pitch. There will be a professional photographer at the summit to take pictures of you and your group. There will also be an opportunity to take your own pictures when you're instructed by your Climb Guide that it is safe to do so.
Can seniors climb?
All visitors should have a general level of fitness and be physically and medically fit to take part. There is no upper age limit and we welcome anyone who is physically and medically fit to take part. If you have any concerns, please check with your doctor before booking.
Can I propose to my partner on the roof of the Stadium?
Yes, we would love to help you make your Dare Skywalk experience as memorable as possible. Please inform us ahead of time so that we can ensure everything runs smoothly for you, and a member of the Skywalk team will get back to you. You will need to give the ring to your Climb Guide, who will keep it safe for you until the opportune moment.
Your opportunity for proposal will be once you have reached the viewing platform and your Climb Guide will also be on hand to take pictures. If you wish to find out more information about proposing on the Dare Skywalk, please feel free to get in touch.
What items are prohibited?
You won’t be permitted to take any belongings with you on the climb other than the following:
- Your mobile phone (these are permitted on the climb but will remain in the possession of the Climb Guide upon your ascent and descent, as phones can only be used once you have reached the viewing platform on the roof. Alternatively, you can store these away in the lockers provided at Basecamp)
- Your spectacles, sunglasses and hearing aid which must be secure and not loose fitting
- Essential medication which is permitted at our discretion. While the medication shall be carried securely by a Dare Skywalk Climb Guide, neither Tottenham Hotspur nor any operator will be responsible for the medication or the administering of it.
The following items are strictly prohibited on your climb:
- Any item which is dangerous or may be used as a weapon or may cause damage to the Dare Skywalk structure or stadium
- Food and beverages (unless required by diabetic Climbers and arranged with a Climb Guide in advance)
- Sound, video recording equipment, cameras, handbags, umbrellas, headphones, MP3 players, iPods and any other personal items.