Lord's Cricket Ground is “The Home of Cricket”.
Lord's Tours provide a fascinating insight behind the scenes at the most famous cricket ground in the world.
Led by an expert guide, the tour includes the Grade II* listed Pavilion, legendary Long Room, award winning JP Morgan Media Centre, Dressing Rooms, Real Tennis court, and M.C.C. Museum home to the famous, iconic Ashes Urn.
Steeped in history and charm, with extraordinary architecture and a fascinating collection of cricketing art and memorabilia, a tour of Lord's is a must for all cricket fans.
Beneath the famous 'Honours Boards', visitors will have the chance to sit on the seats usually occupied by the England and overseas teams, and to open the balcony doors, and experience the players' view of the Ground.
With over 400 years of cricket history, the M.C.C. Museum houses the finest collection of cricketing art and memorabilia from around the world, and is home to the legendary, iconic Ashes Urn, the symbol of England and Australia's Test match rivalry for 130 years.
Lord's celebrated it's bicentennial in 2014 with a bespoke exhibition, sponsored by JP Morgan entitled, `Cricket's Crown Jewels’.
The exhibition, which will be in place until early Spring 2016, presents profiles of the six most important collectors in the Club's history: from business tycoon and magician Sir Julien Cahn to jazz bandleader and booking agent Vic Lewis, mustard magnate Sir Jeremiah Colman to `gentleman Usher to the Sword of State' Sir Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane. Each had an obsession with cricket and collecting and this is the first time that the highlights of each have been put on public display.
Around the Ground we take in the magical atmosphere of Lord's and the award winning architecture of the J.P. Morgan Media Centre. Originally built in 1999 for the Cricket World Cup, the JP Morgan Media Centre is truly an innovative and iconic building, housing around 150 journalists on Major Match days. Here you can see where Sky Sports, Test Match Special and the written press report on the game.
The Lord's shop also offers a wide range of cricket equipment, gifts and souvenirs to remember your day by. Why not try the Lord's Tavern and enjoy traditional pub food with a discount for Tours Visitors?
All tours are led by an expert guide. And as well as the daily public tours, private tours can also be arranged.