Discover the history of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) with a behind-the-scenes tour of the Lord’s cricket ground.
What will I see during the Lord’s Tour?Delve into the fascinating architecture, art and memorabilia associated with cricket on a guided Lord’s Tour.
Explore the famous Long Room and the elegant Grade II-listed Pavilion.
Soak up the atmosphere in the home dressing room where you’ll get a close-up view of the world-famous cricket pitch, and be able to see the Lord’s honours boards, featuring the names of England cricketing legends.
Learn about the history and the development of the game at the MCC museum, one of the oldest sporting museums. Highlights include the iconic Ashes urn and the first Men’s and Women’s Cricket World Cup trophies.
How long does the Lord’s Tour last?The tour lasts approximately one hour and 20 minutes.
How much is the Lord’s Tour?
The Lord’s Tour costs £19.95 for children and £29.95 for adults.
There are also family tickets available, costing £79.95 for two adults and two children.
Discounts are available for students and seniors.
Where is Lord’s Cricket Ground and how do I get there?
Lord’s Cricket Ground is located in St John’s Wood in north-west London.
The closest tube station is St John’s Wood (Jubilee line), which is a five-minute walk away.
Alternatively, Baker Street (Bakerloo, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Circle, Hammersmith & City lines), Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo line), Marylebone (Bakerloo line) and Edgware Road (Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines) are all within a 15-minute walk.
Several buses stop close to Lord’s Cricket Ground.