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Lord's Cricket Ground

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Lord's Cricket Ground

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Lords Cricket Ground St. Johns Wood Road, London NW8 8QN England
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robot0123 wrote a review Mar 2020
Weehawken, New Jersey512 contributions11 helpful votes
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We took this tour in March, 2020, which off-season in the UK. Stadium was going through some construction but it still looked amazing. Even my wife is not a Cricket fan (she’s American), she had a great time, learning the history. In the tour, you can see the museum, go to the dressing rooms, VIP areas, including iconic Long Room. What blew my mind was some outstanding portraits inside. Our guide was very knowledgeable and that helped us to learn some amazing facts. I have been die-hard cricket fan since I was a kid, but this tour is great for anyone. Even if you don’t know much about cricket, you could enjoy the tour. After the tour, we went to the gift and bought some. Gift shop is small but they do have some quality stuff at a reasonable price.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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jools2007 wrote a review Mar 2020
Deal, United Kingdom127 contributions30 helpful votes
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We had a lovely visit to Lords on Saturday. If you love cricket you will absolutely enjoy the tour. Michael and John our tour guides were extremely knowledgeable and showed such passion for this beautiful ground.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kartik K wrote a review Mar 2020
New Delhi, India2 contributions
It was a fantastic tour with our amazing guides Ian and Laura. They were perfect and told us every detail which can be told about the history and the stats of the stadium. They were very polite and kept making jokes here and there.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Surenjoy wrote a review Mar 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom166 contributions28 helpful votes
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Lord’s cricket ground is known as the home of cricket Founded in 1787 MCC world famous cricket club 10 minutes walk from st John’s Wood station jubilee line tube. I went vitality blast 20/20 match Middlesex vs Hampshire on 26/07/2018 it was fantastic match Before started the match I visit history of cricket museum in lord’s if you are in love with cricket and it’s history this is the best place to visit So many cricket history of collection there I saw the very smallest ashes cup (1882) There’re allowed alcohol drinks in your place and drinks and snacks reasonable price the views and atmosphere is very good and clean I love this place highly recommended.. Thank you Sj
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Alex450212 wrote a review Feb 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom287 contributions122 helpful votes
We went on the tour of Lord's with an excellent guide. It look over one and a half hours but time flew. Before we started we had time to visit the museum. I would have liked to be able to spend more time here because many of the exhibits merited further study. We visited the Long Room (which is very long), the players' changing rooms (surprisingly old fashioned), stood on the small balconies (very small) and had a good overall view of the ground including the substantial work going on at the other end of the ground to replace the Compton and Edrich stands. I hope they've finished the first phase by August 1 because we have tickets for day 3 of the Pakistan test! Our Australian-born guide was a fount of information and stories and made certain that there was plenty to interest our mixed group of nationalities (SA, Australian, Indian, Pakistani, English). A really enjoyable visit and highly recommended even if you are not a dedicated cricket fan.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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