Lord's Cricket Ground
On the Lord’s Tour you will learn about the history of the game and MCC itself, the development of the Club in 1787 to its present site in St John’s Wood. Indeed you can imagine yourself standing in the Long Room on a Test Match day and feel the buzz as players come down from the Dressing Rooms on their way out to bat. From here we follow in the footsteps of the greats to the Dressing Rooms which house the famous ‘honours boards’. You will have the chance to sit on the seats usually occupied by the England team, open the balcony doors, and experience the players’ view of the Ground. In the MCC Museum, home to the Ashes Urn and over 400 years of cricket history, we explore the treasure house of Lord’s - The Home of Cricket. Special exhibitions, commissions and unique records make it the international cricket collection. Moving around the Ground we take in award winning architecture and sensational views of the hallowed turf, including the unique Lord’s slope and ‘Father Time’. Rounding off the tour we take in the J.P. Morgan Media Centre, built in 1999 for the Cricket World Cup, it is truly an innovative and iconic building, housing around 150 journalists on major match days.
Tel: 020 7616 8595
Each tour is 100 minutes. See booking site for details.
Entry Charges: Admission: under 16s £12, Adult £20, Student £12, Concessions £15
This exhibition showcases twentieth century cricket board, card and dice games and pay particular attention to the protypes, hand made games and early edition games. As well as this, explore the earliest computer games from that part of the century.B
- 2 x Adult: £20.00 each
- 0 x Child: £12.00 each
- 0 x OAP: £15.00 each