Tour of Lord's Cricket Ground for Two
- The perfect gift for all cricket fans.
- The tour will begin at the MCC Museum, where 400 years of cricket history is on display.
- Your knowledgeable guide will then show you around the ground answering any questions you may have.
- Areas of the tour include, the players changing rooms, the Long Room and the Lord's Board of Honours, ending at the Lord's shop.
- Your time at Lords will last around 1.5 hours.
What happens on the day?
The Tour of Lord's Cricket Ground for Two is a simply perfect gift for a pair of cricket fans and is a great way to get right in the thick of your favourite sport, learning all about it and touring the beautiful and historic Lord's Cricket Ground; that certainly is a golden opportunity for any cricket fan.
Your tour will last one hour and 40 minutes, where on arrival you will be greeted by your guide. The tour begins in the MCC museum, where you can view paintings and photographs of historical events and past players and teams, cricket artefacts of days gone by, and of course, the legendary Ashes Urn!
You'll then be led through the Pavilion to the Long Room where you can view pictures and photographs, and take in breath-taking views of the pitch, before wandering round the changing rooms and viewing the Lord's Board of Honours.
The tour ends at the Lord's souvenir shop where you can browse memorabilia and pick up some mementos from the day to remember everything by! This is an experience any cricket fan will never forget.
What else do I need to know?
- Voucher valid for 10 months for 2 people.
- Tours available 7 days a week at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.
- Tours do not run on match prep days or match days.
- There are no tours 2nd July - 20th August 2012 due to the Olympics.
- Your tour will be as part of a group.
- The tour area and times may be subject to change/cancellation at short notice.
Where can I do it?
South East: London (St Johns Wood - Lord's Cricket Ground)
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