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Attraction in St Johns Wood

Lord's Tour
Lord's Cricket Ground
St Johns Wood
London

Nw8 8QN | View map
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The Lordís Tour takes you behind the scenes at ĎThe Home of Cricketí.
You will be guided by an expert guide and begin in the Pavilion where we walk through the legendary Long Room. Here it is easy to imagine yourself striding out to bat at a Test Match like so many legends of the game before you.
As we follow in the footsteps of the greats to the Dressing Rooms, housing the famous 'honours boards', you will have the chance to sit on the seats usually occupied by the England and visiting Test teams, open the balcony doors, and experience the players' view of the Ground.
In the MCC Museum, home to the Ashes Urn and over 400 years of cricket history, we explore the treasure house of Lordís - The Home of Cricket. Around the Ground we take in the magical atmosphere of Lordís and the award winning architecture of the J.P. Morgan Media Centre. Inside this futuristic building you will see where Sky Sports, Test Match Special and the written press report on the game.
The Lordís Tavern Bar and Brasserie and Lordís shop are also available.
Admission is £15 for adults, £9 concessions. Group rates on application.
Closest underground station St Johnís Wood (Jubilee Line). Closest mainline station Marylebone.

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Months Open: All year
Admission Price: £15 (£9 concessions)
Catering: Lord's Tavern Public House

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