Lord's Cricket Ground Guide
The Lord’s Cricket Ground, London, is home to Middlesex County Cricket Club. It is also the home of English Cricket and the England National team. Cricket Ground Guide provides you with a review of the ground, its facilities and local amenities.

Ground

Built: 1814
Capacity: 28,000
End names: Pavilion end, Nursery end

Club(s)

Middlesex County Cricket Club
One-day name: Middlesex
Established: 1864
Official website: http://www.middlesexccc.com/
Address: Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood Rd, London, NW8 8QN
Telephone: 020 7289 1300

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Many thanks to M Vinson for the images.
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Map
Getting there

By Car:
All visitors are encouraged to use public transport if possible.

If choosing to go by car, the ground is 6 miles from the M1 and 1.5 miles from Marble Arch. It is also close to the M40 and M4.

M40 – from the end of the M40 take the A40 (Westway). Turn left into Lisson Grove. at the end of Lisson Grove, turn right into St. John’s Wood road. Lord’s is on the left.

M1 – from the end of the M1 take the Hendon Way, past Brent Cross Shopping Centre and over the north Circular Road (A406). Turn right on to Finchley Road (A41) and continue to Wellington Road. Pass St. John’s Wood underground station on the left and the Wellington Hospital on the right. Lord’s is on the right.

There are parking restrictions affecting non-residents on the streets surrounding Lord’s and on St John’s Wood High Street on all major match days, so please ensure you do not park in bays which are for residents’ use only.

By Train:
The nearest main line railway station is Marylebone, served by Chiltern Railways, which is approximately ten minutes’ walk from the Ground. Marylebone Station is on the Chiltern line.

Paddington Station is approximately twenty minutes’ walk from the Ground, for services to West and South-West England and South Wales.

Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations are only a short journey away.

Where to Drink
  • The Windsor Castle – Website | 98 Park Road, Marylebone, London, NW1 4SH
  • The Mason Arms – Website | 58 Devonshire St, Marylebone, W1W 5EA
  • The Globe – Website | 47 Lisson Grove, Marylebone, London NW1 6UB
  • The Duke of York – Website | No.2 St Anne’s Terrace, St John’s Wood, London, NW8 6PJ
  • The Golden Eagle – Website | 59 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2NW
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