Take a tour of the prestigious Lord's Cricket Ground and head behind the scenes of The Home of Cricket
Pay a visit to exclusive areas including Lord's Pavilion
Enjoy a night of luxury at Westminster's grand St. Ermin's
Stay in a luxurious superior grade en suite double room
Head to The Home of Cricket and get behind the scenes of Lord's Cricket Ground with a seasoned guide to follow in the footsteps of the many a cricketing legend. Start at the MCC Museum and gaze at many original cricketing trophies, including the world-famous Ashes Urn. Next, pay a visit to exclusive areas including the Grade II listed Pavilion, the Long Room, the prestigious honours boards and the hallowed grass itself. Next, or on a different day if you'd prefer, spend the night at St. Ermin's Hotel which is situated a stone's throw from London's St. James's Park. Stay in an elegantly designed en suite superior double room and relax with a cocktail at the hotel's Caxton Terrace Bar or venture into the bustling West End. A full English breakfast is included.
Lords is open seven days a week, excluding major match days or match preparation days including (but not limited to) test matches, ODI and county finals. Stay at the hotel on Fridays and Sundays throughout the year, excluding Christmas, June and July.
The min age for Lords is 16. Guests aged 18 or over are welcome to stay at the hotel. All venues include wheelchair access but some areas may be restricted at Lord's and the MCC Museum. Please advise of needs and make any specific arrangements direct.
The tour lasts around two hours including a one hour and 40 minute tour. Spend one night at the hotel. Check in from 3pm and check out by 11am.
Numbers on the Day
Share the tour of Lords with up to 33 other keen cricket fans.
Please wear sensible flat soled shoes and dress appropriately for the weather for the Lords cricket tour.
Please note, twin rooms can be arranged at a cost of £50 per night. There is a £50 supplement for guests to pay direct to the hotel if they wish to stay on a Saturday. Valet parking is available, and costs £30 for four hours and up to 24 hours is £55.