The most famous cricket ground in the world, Lord’s is a truly magical place all year round. However, the glamour of Lord’s is always at its height in the summer months. The Pavilion Roof Terrace, located on top of the most historic building in the Ground, is guaranteed to leave your guests an experience to remember. The delightful Harris Garden is ideal for alfresco parties and receptions. In addition, the tented Mound Stand Terrace, one of London’s largest outdoor venues, benefits from unrivalled views overlooking the Ground. Set in the heart of London’s St. John’s Wood and with breathtaking views of the legendary cricket field, Lord’s offers a magical experience that transcends the sport. As the renowned “Home of Cricket,” Lord’s is an ideal location for conferences, dining events, receptions, and summer parties.
The summertime is when Lord’s truly comes alive. The historic Pavilion Roof Terrace, perched atop the Ground’s most famous building, promises to give your guests an unforgettable experience. The charming Harris Garden is perfect for outdoor parties and receptions, while the Mound Stand Terrace, one of London’s largest outdoor venues, boasts unparalleled views of the Ground. The J.P. Morgan Media Centre is also available as a summer event space. Normally reserved for journalists and commentators on match days, it offers panoramic views of the Ground and is an excellent venue for entertaining guests. The futuristic single-shell aluminium pod, a remarkable engineering feat, was constructed by shipbuilders and won the prestigious Stirling Prize for architecture in 1999.
John Bates8 months ago
Visited Lord's for the 1st time last week and absolutely loved it. Staff and stewards friendly,efficient and very helpful. We got off the train at St Johns Wood and there were stewards waiting from the station to guide you to where you needed to be, even stopping the traffic so you could cross the road. Lots of food stalls bars and toilets. A great venue for a day out.
Chandan Ma year ago
Lord's - the home of cricket. A must visit for a Cricket fans who are in London. High class stadium, well maintained and a neat hospitality. The look of the pavilion is awesome. It is an only stadium which allows to carry alcohol inside with lots of food. Though there are many shops around for food and the craft beer. Comfy padded seats, enough legroom space and lots of toilets in and out. Doesn't interrupts view in any stands. Don't miss a museum though it is a smaller one. Overall an awesome feeling.
Rahul Tanwar7 months ago
I’m a Cricket lover and this was my first time ever visiting a cricket stadium. We did the Lord’s Tour and we couldn’t have asked for anything better. Our Tour guide was such an amazing person, a true and passionate cricket lover. Highly recommend!!!
Neil Dsouza10 months ago
Amazing sunny day at Lord's - good accessibility across the ground. Plenty of food and drink options. Entry/exit options are well marked and manned to support the crowds. Excellent visit, will go back again!
Joe Welch8 months ago
The tickets are pricey but hey this is like centre court Wimbledon. It is more than just watching cricket. It’s a museum and a place of worship. You get to bring a bottle of wine or 2 beers at a test match. It’s polite and easy to get around. The food is great. You could easily take your wife or other half who might only be mildly interested.