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Lord's is known by cricketing players and spectators around the world as the Home of Cricket. Owned and run by Marylebone Cricket Club - the Guardians of the Spirit of Cricket and makers of its Laws - Lord's has stood in St John's Wood, London, since 1814.
Watch out for over zealous security guards who confiscate hats and flags from young children. but trilbies are welcome!
The perfect home for cricket.
Great for watching the cricket on a summers day. Grab a paper and a beer and you've got yourself a great Sunday afternoon
As good as it gets. Rain or shine
Very nice pub!
Best to sit on top of the pavilion! Perfect view.
Amazing cricket ground having seen some classic days of cricket
The place for a cricket match
The tour of Lord's is a must for any cricket fan. To see the Long Room and the rest of the pavilion as well as the media centre is a fantastic experience. And of course the Ashes!
This is such a beautiful cricket ground! It has so much history behind it, mainly because it is said to be the "home of cricket." It was used as an archery range for the 2012 Olympic Games.
dont forget to take pictures there
If the sun is out and you are in the top tier of the Warner stand bar, its the eight wonder of the world!
Cricket history told at its best
There is now free WiFi in the stands from The Cloud.
Fantastic tour with James, an excellent raconteur and lover of the great game of cricket.
Go with an MCC member and get cheaper beer in the Warner Stand
Bring your food with you. Sarnies, pasta and crisps plus fruit are perfect test match munch and much cheaper than the (rather excellent/expensive) in-ground catering!
If you’re here for the Olympics, there’s one word you need to know: “Bullseye!”
Eat before you get there. £9 per burger, and it ain't all that!
23 July: Visit the MCC Cricket Museum, the world's oldest sporting museum and the permanent home of the original Ashes urn.
The ground is owned by the Marylbone Cricket Club and is one of the oldest in the World having been originally built 1787 and is in fact home to the World’s oldest sporting museum.
Known as the Home of cricket, the north London venue plays host to England Test matches as well as those played by Middlesex County Cricket Club.
The only cricket ground that still allows you to bring your own drinks in for a test match- but only 2 cans a person.
The home of Cricket, try and grab a match through the summer. also hosting the Archery in the Olympics. Nearest station St Johns Wood
For those who like a good football match this isn't the right place.
The home of cricket. Check out a local county game through the summer or just enjoy a beer in the pub outside. Even if you don't understand the rules of the game, definitely worth a visit.
Good cricket played here.
Bring a picnic! You're even allowed to bring wine.
no one checks on a 5th day...just jump q...if u r in one...
The home of cricket and a must for all cricket fans. Make sure you visit the Lords Museum where the actual Ashes urn is on display.
Take the tour on a non-match day and you get to see the team dressing rooms.
Catch India matches at the Lord's tavern pub. Awesome atmosphere!
For the London 2012 Olympic Games, an Archery range will be created on the outfield of the main ground and the Nursery ground at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
The oldest regular fixture at the ‘home of cricket’ is the annual Eton vs Harrow schools match, played here since 1818. In the museum you can find the passing bird killed by a cricket shot in 1936.
The ultimate day out. Should be on everyones bucket list
Amazing place to watch cricket and I am lucky enough to work here too! Check out the museum if you get the chance too.
What more can one say? The home of cricket - and you can feel it too. Awesome place to watch test cricket.
Just completed an evening shooting pics at Lords. To see the results surf to
The Home of Cricket.