Club Profile - Queens Park Rangers

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Queens Park Rangers

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Stadium Information
Address

Loftus Road Stadium
South Africa Road
Shephards Bush
London
W12 7PJ

Built 1904
Capacity 18,439
Pitch area 100m x 65.85m
Main phone 08444 777 007 Height 16m

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Attractions nearby

London Wetland Centre

The London Wetland Centre is a unique wildlife visitor attraction just 25 minutes from central London. Run by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT), it is acclaimed as the best urban site in Europe to watch wildlife. (2.20mi)

The Original London Sightseeing Tour

London's 'The Original Tour' offers guests a hop-on, hop-off tour including live and digitally recorded commentaries, a free river cruise and a unique Kid's Club. (3.30mi)

Ben Uri Art Gallery, London Jewish Museum of Art

Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art, was founded in 1915, and is Europe’s only dedicated Jewish museum of art. Exhibitions held during the last 4 years have seen the Ben Uri establish its national and international importance. (4.20mi)

London Transport Museum

The history of transport for everyone, from spectacular vehicles, special exhibitions, actors and guided tours to film shows, gallery talks and children's craft workshops. (4.80mi)

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

A fantastic collection of memorabilia dating from 1555, including Championship Trophies. Art Gallery, 220-degree cinema and special exhibitions, reflecting the game and championships of today. (5.20mi)

Imperial War Museum

This award-winning museum tells the story of conflict involving Britain and the Commonwealth since 1914. See thousands of imaginatively displayed exhibits, from art to aircraft, utility clothes to U-boats. (5.40mi)

Southwark Cathedral

Oldest Gothic church in London (c1220) with interesting memorials connected with the Elizabethan theatres of Bankside. (6.10mi)

Tower of London

The Tower of London spans over 900 years of British history. Fortress, palace, prison, arsenal and garrison, it is one of the most famous fortified buildings in the world, and houses the Crown Jewels, armouries, Yeoman Warders and ravens. (6.60mi)

The Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture

MODA is a place of inspiration and enjoyment for visitors of all ages who are interested in the history of design for the home. (9.90mi)

National Maritime Museum

Britain’s seafaring history housed in an impressive modern museum. Themes include exploration, Nelson, trade and empire, passenger shipping, luxury liners, maritime London, costume, art and the sea, the future and environmental issues. (10.00mi)

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