MCC Cricket Museum

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MCC Cricket Museum
4.5

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defa45
Melbourne, Australia333 contributions
Comprehensive
Aug 2019 • Friends
The MCC cricket museum at Lords Cricket Ground is undoubtedly has the world’s comprehensive display of cricket memorabilia.
All aspects of the games development over the centuries is covered and it’s not just England cricket all the Test playing nations get coverage.
Of course for England and Australia fans the centre piece is the tiny urn containing the ashes.
Written August 22, 2019
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RichardN28
Bushey, UK518 contributions
A must for cricket fans
Jul 2019 • Friends
A small museum at Lords cricket ground, that is cheap to enter (free on the 1st day of test vs. Ireland).

Lots of interesting memorabilia with bats / shirts / cricket balls/ gloves signed by former playing legends!

You see the ashes urn (all 3 inches of it!).

If you love cricket (as I do) you will love this.
Written July 24, 2019
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places2seeplaces2go
England, UK4,563 contributions
Small Cricket Memorabilia Museum
Apr 2019 • Couples
We were booked on a Lord’s Dining Room tour & due to reading TA reviews prior to our visit we made sure we got there in enough time to hv a look around the museum prior to tour as you don’t get a chance after.
You tour guide will though spend a little time in there with you prior to the tour starting.
Would suggest 1/2 an hour is plenty of enough time as it is small.
Very interesting museum though & memorabilia is nicely presented.
I believe they regularly change what is on display.
Written May 3, 2019
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wingate
London, UK2,306 contributions
Small museum with memorabillia
Apr 2018 • Solo
It costs £3 as a concession for LAPs to go in.It is a small museum with memorabillia.There is a rather uninteresting section on games.If you are in the ground it's worth a visit,not otherwise.
Written April 14, 2018
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Andy Mortimer
Glossop, UK89 contributions
Lots of Cricketing History
Sep 2017 • Friends
If you are at Lords you may well have an interest in cricket. The museum is well worth a visit. There is lots of things to see and an archive section of you wish to dig deeper.
It us free to enter during test matches.
Written September 15, 2017
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alangsmith
London, UK226 contributions
Lords at its best
Sep 2017 • Family
A must for crickets lovers and history of the game.

Situated at back of main Pavilion this historic building sets out the whole history of cricket through the ages.

Stewards can help and there are guided tours.
Written September 14, 2017
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VyankateshTak
Dubai, United Arab Emirates7 contributions
Lord tours
Aug 2017
If you are a cricket fan and you want to revisit some nostalgic moments that you enjoyed following cricket, then you should visit Lord. Lords cricket tour is value for money and time.
Written August 17, 2017
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PadiP
Poole, UK1,847 contributions
Super
May 2017 • Friends
Between the innings this is a great thing to do. Especially either kids. It's free also. You will love it if you love the game.
Written May 8, 2017
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arkabdul
56 contributions
Amazing experience
Apr 2017 • Solo
Its a great place for a cricket fan , would like to request management to increase time duration in museum. When u walk into the museum u realise how big Imran Khan is , captain section of Imran khan was great , inzaman ul Haq painting was also a great piece of art.the guide was very knowledgeable.
Written April 19, 2017
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Derek W
London, UK207 contributions
See the iconic Ashes
Jun 2016 • Friends
A small museum which is crammed with the expected cricket memorabilia.
The high light is the iconic Ashes Trophy
Worth combining with the Lord's tour and finishing with Fish and Chips in the Tavern,adjacent to The Grace Gate.
Written October 1, 2016
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