Lords The Home Of CricketCurrently Closed
- Address: St John's Wood Rd, London NW8 8QN, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-2076168500
- Ticket Price: 18 GBP
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Outdoors, Stadium, Play Ground, Tour, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Lords The Home Of Cricket - Review
The world’s oldest sporting museum and home to the Ashes Urn, Lords cricket ground and the MCC Museum is a must visit for all sports fanatics and cricket lovers. The museum contains memorabilia belonging to several cricket greats including their kits. There is also a cinema that screens footage of historic moments from cricket matches. The guided tour takes you through the Pavilion, The Long Room and the players Dressing Rooms. Visitors can also see the famous honours boards.
One can also opt to watch a cricket match at the Lords Cricket Ground if availability of tickets and time permits.
Lords The Home Of Cricket Ticket Prices
- Concessions: £12, Family: £49
How To reach Lords The Home Of Cricket by Public Transport
- Tube Station : St John's Wood on Jubilee Line
Restaurants Near Lords The Home Of Cricket
- Minsky New York Deli Restaurant
- Sahara Restaurant
- Lords Afternoon Tea
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Things to Know Before Visiting Lords The Home Of Cricket
2.02% of people who visit London include Lords The Home Of Cricket in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
74.24% of people start their Lords The Home Of Cricket visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Lords The Home Of Cricket
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lords The Home Of Cricket
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Lords The Home Of Cricket, London Reviews
Love it here. Long queue outside, but moved quickly so hardly had to wait. Staff friendly and helpful. Bars have a reasonable selection of beer and food types, prices were also slightly less than expected. T20 mat has very Essex was a great atmosphere, helped by a full house. Can't wait to go again!
I had the unique opportunity to visit Lords way back in 2006. Its right called the mecca of cricket for a reason. What an amazing history this place has. No other stadium comes close to what this place in the world of cricket. And the best attraction in 2006 was the original ashes urn that I witnessed to see back then. I am not sure if the urn is even displayed now. I was lucky to see it back then. If you are a cricket lover, your journey of cricket is not complete until you have visited this place. A true master piece.
Had the pleasure of visiting Lords for a test match and I wasn’t disappointed. The ground is beautiful, seats are comfortable and the atmosphere is good and friendly. I purchased food and was very surprised about how good the quality is f the food was. I had the fish and chips and although it is a little bit pricy it was worth every penny. The ground is easy to get to and there are plenty of tube stations within walking distance. Ticket collecting and purchasing is relatively straightforward and the stadium plan is easy to follow.
Stunning ground and facilities. We had a work event here and we were looked after very well by the staff here. The food was excellent. I would recommend lords for work events and meetings. Staff were amazing!
Undeniably the best cricket stadium in the whole world. I watched India vs England test match here and also played in MCC cricket indoor nets. Stadium has almost all possible facilities and water fountains which are essential during match day. This ground has the best outfield which can be play ready even after downpour in no time. Stadium is located in residential area but easily accessible by bus or tube.