Lord's Cricket Ground



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The unique atmosphere and unrivalled facilities at Lord's Cricket Ground makes Middlesex one of the most successful County Clubs of recent times. Run by the MCC, Lord's is one of the most picturesque cricket grounds in London and it is the perfect place to bring the family with it's large variety of restaurants and bars to chose from. Lord's has been home to Middlesex since 1877 and hosts the majority of Middlesex's home matches, except when there are other matches such as internationals and cup finals being held there.

Click here to view a ground plan of Lord's

How to get there:

Several London Underground stations are within walking distance of Lord's; they include St John's Wood (Jubilee Line), Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo Line) and Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines). 0845 330 9875.

LT 6, 13, 16, 46, 82, 98, 113, 139, 189 and 274 pass close to the ground. Also London Country Coaches (Green Line) 719, 757, 768 and 797 from home counties pass near ground - 020 7222 1234.

The ground is currently outside the Central London Congestion Zone.

From north: from M1, junction 1, follow signs to A5 (Edgware Road), continue on this road towards London, at traffic lights junction with A5205 turn left into St John's Wood Road.

From south: from M23/M25 junction 7/8 continue north on A23 into London to junction with A203 (Stockwell Road), follow signs to Vauxhall Bridge, cross the Bridge and take A202 (Vauxhall Bridge Road) to Victoria Station, bear right on to Wilton Road, follow signs to Hyde Park Corner (A302) (Grosvenor Place), continue up Park Lane to Marble Arch, then take Edgware Road (A5) to St John's Wood, at traffic lights, junction with A5205 turn right into St John's Wood Road.

From east: from M25 junction 27 continue south on M11 to junction 4 (A406) (North Circular Road), continue west on A406 to Brent Cross, junction with A41 (Hendon Way), continue on A41 to Wellington Road.

From west: from M4 at Chiswick flyover, turn left on to A406 (Gunnersbury Avenue), at traffic lights turn right on to A4000 (Gunnersbury Lane), continue on A4000 to junction with A40 (Western Avenue), turn right and continue on A40 (Westway) on to A40(M), continue on to Marylebone Road, turn left on to B507 (Lisson Grove), turn right on to A5205 (St John's Wood Road). From M40: from M40 continue on A40 (Western Avenue) then as for M4.

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