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Lord's Cricket Ground

There are few sporting, let alone cricket, venues in the world that can match the history of Lord’s Cricket ground. Known as ‘the home of cricket’, it is also home to the world’s oldest sport museum, known as the MCC Museum (named after its owners the Marylebone Cricket Club). Keen cricket fanatics can look back on the history of cricket from the early 18th century, right through to the present day.

The stadium also offers tours that allow visitors to get an exclusive look behind the scenes. This opens the doors to the famous honours boards, team dressing rooms and trophy cabinets, which features the legendary Ashes Urn sitting proudly in place.

Grace Gate
St John’s Wood Road
St John's Wood

Tel: 020 7616 8595
Opening Times: Tours run seven days a week, throughout the year, with the exception of major match days and 25 and 26 December.
Each tour is 100 minutes. See booking site for details.
Family : £50.00
Adult : £24.00
Child : £12.00
Senior Citizen: £18.00
Student : £15.00
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