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What will I see on a Lord's Tour?

"The tour flowed perfectly." – Alvan Griffin, Lord's Tour Visitor.

On each tour a dedicated Guide will show you around one of the most famous sporting venues in the world.

Lord's Tour - Facts & figures

How long?: Up to 1hr 40mins

How much?: From £15

Start point: MCC Museum (enter the Ground via the Grace Gate)

Finishing point: Lord's Shop

Highlights: Ashes Urn, Pavilion Long Room, Players' Dressing Rooms & Honours Boards

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The Lord's Tour

The tour starts in the MCC Museum, home of the famous Ashes urn.

The Museum brings the fascinating story of cricket to life. Paintings, photographs and artefacts, covering 400 years of cricket history, reveal the game's development from a rural pastime to a modern, increasingly international sport.

Precious exhibits include the Wisden Trophy and the tiny, delicate and irreplaceable Ashes urn.

The museum also boasts bats, balls and kit donated by great players including Rahul Dravid, Mahela Jayawardene, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne - as well as from past greats such as WG Grace, Victor Trumper, Jack Hobbs, Keith Miller and Don Bradman.

The tour continues through the heart of the Pavilion to the famed Long Room, both a cricket-watching room and a cricket art gallery.

The Long Room has a unique atmosphere, panoramic views of the pitch and is where players make their way to and from the 'hallowed turf'.

Almost any famous cricketer you can think of has made that long walk at least once in their career.

Other highlights include the players' Dressing Rooms with the renowned Lord's Honours Boards, providing a lasting reminder of exceptional batting and bowling performances in Lord's Tests.

Stuart Broad's name goes on the Honours Boards

In addition to the famous Grand Stand and the award-winning Mound Stand, Lord's has the futuristic J.P. Morgan Media Centre, which was acclaimed in 2001 as one of 'The Fifty Best Buildings in Britain'.

Admire the unrivalled view from the J.P. Morgan Media Centre, enjoyed by our guests from Sky Sports and Test Match Special  to The Daily Telegraph.

After taking all that in, the tour ends at the Lord's Shop (described as "outstanding" by The Times in its 'Good Ground Guide') where you can pick up an exclusive souvenir of a special day at The Home of Cricket.

*MCC can not guarantee that all advertised elements of the Tour route will be accessible at all times. Times of Tours are subject to alteration and Tours are subject to cancellation at very short notice. Restrictions apply surrounding match and event days. Contact Lord's Tours for further information.

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