What to Bring
Due to the unpredictable British weather, we suggest you are prepared for any eventuality. Some seating areas are uncovered, so we suggest bringing sun cream and an umbrella just in case!
Can I bring my own Alcohol?
Lord's is the only international cricket venue in the world where spectators can bring alcohol into the ground.
For matches in the Hundred, ticket holders are not permitted to bring in any alcoholic drinks to the Ground (which is a variation to the MCC Ground Regulations). If you are an MCC Member or Debenture Holder you may still bring alcohol into the Ground but please enter via the Grace Gate. Full information can be read here.
For all other matches, spectator may bring alcoholic drinks into the Ground in one of the following descriptions and quantities:
(i) one bottle of wine or Champagne (max. 750ml); or (ii) two cans/bottles of beer/cider (max. 500ml each); or (iii) two cans of premixed aperitifs (max. 330ml each).
Bottles of spirits or fortified wines will not be allowed into the Ground. Amounts of alcohol in excess of these limits and any alcohol in excess of these limits will be confiscated. Under no circumstances will any spectator be re-admitted to the Ground at any time during the day if he or she is in possession of any alcohol. M.C.C. reserves the right to confiscate any quantity of alcohol from any spectator.
Bring a Water Bottle
With 25 water fountains at Lord's, spectators are encouraged to bring their own refillable bottles to top-up around the ground.
Water fountains can be found behind the Grand Stand, the Compton Stand, the Mound Stand and the Allen Stand.
What is not allowed?
Fancy dress, musical instruments and flags are not permitted at Lord’s.
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