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Lord's Cricket Ground is known as the Home of Cricket and is owned by Marylebone Cricket Club - better known, throughout the cricketing world, as MCC. Founded in 1787, MCC is the world's most famous cricket club.
Lords Cricket Ground St. Johns Wood Road, London NW8 8QN, England
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I had booked two days to watch the England India Test Match. The first day was rained out; I have to say that we had a very good time, drinking beer and Pimm's and had a very nice meal in the restaurant, apart from visiting...More
Went to Lords for Sussex v Middlesex county championship game, ground is fantastic for watching cricket and you can sit in the sun or the shade. However the downside is the cost of food and drinks which is as high as any sporting or concert...More
I've been to cricket in several countries but this has to be the most iconic cricket ground in the world. I've never had a bad day here. There's a constant buzz during the day and a totally different atmosphere from any other venue in England....More
I booked this tour of Lord's Cricket Ground as treat for my husband, who is a cricket player and big fan of the game. I knew that he would find it interesting but I wasn't expecting to also find it so enjoyable. The whole experience...More
If you have any interest in cricket then a visit to Lord’s is a must. The history of the game and the ground surrounds you and you can feel the spirit of the greats from the past. There is a lot of up grading planned...More
Recommend any cricket supporter to make the effort to visit Lord's cricket ground. Our visit was guided by a passionate and knowlegable cricket enthusiast. The museum showcases very memoriable moments and collections worth seeing. We got to see many parts of the ground, including players...More
Came here today for Middlesex v Leicestershire first day.Lower section of Compton Stand not open,so had to walk up to the top,no lift.There was one poor old man with 2 sticks making his way slowly to the front..Lifts must be installed.
Scotch eggs £4.60,sausage rolls...More