How to Get There
By car, you can access the Stoop via Langhorn Drive. To get down to the Stoop you take the M6, M40 and M25 to London, then carry on down on the A316 before turning on to Langhorn Drive.
By Train, you will need to get to London, and then get on the Tube and head to Twickenham Station, which is a 10/15-minute walk from the ground. Alternatively you can travel to Whitton Station, which is about the same distance as Twickenham away from the ground.
What To Do Before and After the Game
There are plenty of places to grab a drink and some food. There is the William Webb Ellis, which is a Wetherspoons, which is down by the station.
If you want a sports bar, then the Twickenham Tup is the place to go, it is a large establishment, which is located on Richmond Road. The Barmy Arms is another option.
If you want scenery, then the White Swan is right on the Riverside which is the other side of the stadium meaning you go past it on you way from the station.
Around the Ground
There is plenty on offer inside the Stoop in terms of food and drink. The main bar is located in the Etihad Stand, which serves drinks all day and usually has some form of entertainment on.
There are food vans dotted around the ground as normal however there is also an international cuisine area next to the south stand, which offers something different.
Why not make a weekend of it?
There are several places to stay in Twickenham; right next to the station is a Travelodge, which has recently opened.
There is also a Premier Inn close to the stadium, which again offers a more budget option.
In Twickenham there is a Marriot if you prefer to stay somewhere a bit more expensive and it is located inside the Twickenham Stadium, which is something quite different.
Whilst you're down south, why not take a trip in to London and take in the typical sights of the London Eye and Big Ben or take a tour on the Open Top Busses. Maybe take a trip to Madame Tussauds or Harrods?
Or you could stay in Twickenham and head to the World Rugby Museum and take in the history of the great sport.