If you're planning to come to Lord's by car, then please note that there are restrictions on parking in non-residents' parking on weekends as well as weekdays in the immediate area surrounding Lord's.
Members and Ticket Holders are reminded that there is no parking available in the streets immediately adjacent to Lord's, and are asked to be considerate to the Club's neighbours as they make their way to and from the ground.
Please note: Additional traffic wardens have been deployed by Westminster City Council to monitor the surrounding areas over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The Ticket Collection Point is located on St John's Wood Road, adjacent to the East Gate, for any ticket purchasers who did not receive their tickets in advance.
Entry to the Ground
Spectators are advised to arrive at Lord’s as early as possible to help reduce waiting times outside the Ground.
The Ground opens at 9am for Members of the Public and MCC Members' Guests, and 8:30am for unaccompanied Members of MCC.
Play will commence at 11am.
To ensure Lord’s remains a safe and secure venue, spectators will be searched upon arrival at the Ground. Please be ready to assist our Stewards with this search which will help speed up the entry process for you.
We would be grateful if you could contact the nearest steward if you have any concerns about any unattended items.
For a list of frequently asked questions, please click here.
Food and Drink
Food and drink is almost as important a part of the Lord's experience as sunshine and the action on the field, and we've got more to offer than ever before in 2018.
Whether it's a vegetarian or chicken curry from the Food Village, a flat white from Portman's Café or a delicious burger from WG's, whatever you fancy, Lord’s has it all!
All chicken served in the Food Village and at WG’s is halal and there are vegetarian options available at all food outlets.
If you're fully prepared and are bringing your own picnic to Lord's, or if you've pre-ordered one of our delicious Matchday Hampers, then there are plenty of spots around the Ground to tuck into your food during the intervals.
Matchday Hampers can be picked up on the day from our Hamper Collection Point located behind the Warner Stand before pitching up on one of our picnic spots.
Popular spots are the Coronation Garden behind the Warner Stand and on the Nursery Ground next to the Food Village – but make sure you plan in advance, as these areas are extremely popular!
And remember, each spectator aged 18 and over can bring a bottle of wine or two pints of beer into the Ground with them.
If you fancy taking home a memento from your day at the Home of Cricket, the main Lord's Shop is located by the East Gate or there is a smaller shop behind the Compton Stand, both offering our full range of exclusive Lord's branded clothing, headwear, gifts and souvenirs.
The MCC Museum is one of the finest sporting museums in the world, and entry is FREE for all ticket holders during the England v India Test match.
If the great British weather intervenes, or if you fancy a moment away from the action, head to the back of the Pavilion to see our new 'Tours and Tournaments' exhibition.
If you have pre-ordered a Lord's Matchday Hamper, then you can collect it any time from gate-opening until 12noon.
The Hamper Collection point is located behind the Warner Stand.
Admission with Alcohol
Each spectator is permitted to bring two pints of beer or 75cl of wine into the Ground on entry.