Lord's is nothing without the fans, and we want to ensure you make the most of a day out at Your Home of Cricket.
We've also put together a page full of essential practical information for you, from pre arrival to post-match.
Please note: there has been a change to the scheduled start of play stated on your match day ticket. Play is now scheduled to commence at 11am.
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 2017.
Whether it's a burger and chips from the Food Village, a flat white from the new Portman's Café, a delicious sandwich from WG's or a glass of wine from the new Definition Wine Bar.
Whatever you fancy, Lord's has it all.
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, and offers our full range of exclusive Lord's branded clothing, headwear, gifts and souvenirs.
In addition, there is a smaller outlet behind the Compton Stand, or for those looking for cricket kit, London's leading dedicated cricket equipment store is situated next to the MCC Cricket Academy.
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 South Africa Royal London ODI.
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 exhibition on South African cricket or test your cricket skills on our web-connected table game in our ‘Century of Cricket Games’ exhibition?
Situated at the Nursery Ground, the Sponsors' Area includes the Royal London photo booth, Hardy's Wine Bar and England Cricket Hub.
The Nursery End of the Ground is host to the Cricket Activities Zone, with fun catching and bowling games available for kids of all ages.
Enjoy a live performance from singers Lily Moram and Jessie Dipper at the Nursery Ground, or head to the Harris Garden to watch the Outswingers Jazz band.
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