The Lord's Shop is the place to go for exclusive Home of Cricket souvenirs, clothing and gifts.
Open throughout the year - including on all match days - cricket fans and visitors alike can browse exclusive collections and come away with everything from signed books to a replica Ashes Urn.
The Lord's Shop is also the final stop on the famous Tours of Lord's.
Read our FAQs for more information on the Lord's Shop.
- The Lord’s Shop will be closed to the general public on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Access will only be available to those on official escorted Tours of the ground.
- The Lord's Shop will be open to the general public on weekends during the cricket season.
Opening Hours - May - September 2017
|Mon - Friday
||10am - 5pm
|Sat & Sun
||11am - 5pm
The Lord's shop will be closed to general public on Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May ahead of the ODI against South Africa.
Where is the Lord's Shop and how can I access it?
The Lord's Shop is located next to the East Gate at Lord's (St John's Wood Road) and can be accessed throughout the year from the North and Grace gates on non-major match days and via the East Gate on minor match days. Please ask a steward for directions when you arrive at the Ground.
Is there cricket equipment available at the Lord's Shop?
No. The Lord's Shop's selection of cricket equipment has been moved to the new Lord's Cricket Store which is located a 2 minute walk away at the MCC Cricket Academy and now boasts a much larger range of playing gear which is available to try before you buy.
Is the Lord's Shop open on match days?
Yes. The Lord's Shop is extremely popular on match days. It is only accessible for ticket holders during major matches (including Test matches and ODIs) but remains open to non-ticket holders on minor match days such as Middlesex fixtures via the East Gate.