World Rugby Museum Introduce New Special Exhibition
The World Rugby Museum, located in Twickenham's South Stand, have introduced a brand new special exhibition, titled 'Enigma: The William Webb Ellis Story', which details the famously debated formation of the game of Rugby Union.
200 years on, and in a year that the eyes of the World are upon rugby, the new exhibition tells the story of the schoolboy famously claimed to have invented the game of rugby union, when he 'picked up the ball and ran' in 1823.
Discover who Webb Ellis was, if he really invented the game of rugby union, and what he went on to do in his later life.
Book a visit to the World Rugby Museum to see the exhbition for yourself, to explore the world's most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia, and to put your rugby skills and knowledge to the test in the museum's Play Rugby Interactive Zone.