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How to get to Lord's

Lord’s is very close to the centre of London – just under 1 mile from Baker Street – and easy to reach by road, tube and bus. St John’s Wood is the closest tube station (approximately 5 minutes’ walk), and Baker Street, Warwick Avenue, Marylebone and Edgware Road are all within 15 minutes’ walk.

Visitors travelling to and from central London are advised to alight or board Underground services at Baker Street station and follow a signed walking route at street level.During major events at Lord’s, St John’s Wood station is very busy and a queuing system to enter the station post-match will be in place.

Lord’s is also well served by buses, and several routes run alongside the Ground.

The chic St John’s Wood High Street and the charming and tranquil Regent’s Park are only a few minutes’ walk from Lord’s, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants within easy reach of the Ground. St John’s Wood is also famous for the Abbey Road Studios, a mecca for Beatles fans.

Before making any journey to the Ground using Bus, Tube, London Overground or Docklands Light Rail, it's worth checking the TFL Live Travel News.

Getting to lord's

  • By Underground

    The following stations are all within fifteen minutes’ walk of the Ground:

    Baker StreetBakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City lines (15 mins)

    St. John’s Wood – Jubilee line (5 mins)

    Warwick Avenue – Bakerloo line (10 mins)

    Marylebone – Bakerloo line (10 mins)

    Edgware Road – Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines (15 mins)

    Those travelling by Tube to or from Lord’s requiring step free access are advised to use local bus services from the following stations:

    Kilburn (Jubilee line) - Number 189 bus from stop B (on Shoot-up Hill)

    Golders Green (Northern line) - Number 13 bus from stop GF (within bus station outside the station entrance)


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    all timings are approximate.

  • By Bus

    Lord’s is well-served by buses.

    The 13 and 113 routes run adjacent to Lord's on the Wellington Road (to the east of the Ground). These stop closest to the North and East Gates, but are within a comfortable walking distance to the Grace Gate.

    The 139 and 189 routes run adjacent to Lord's on Grove End Road (to the west of the Ground). These routes stop closest to the Grace Gate, but are a short walk from the East and North Gates.

    Please check local bus routes to and from Lord’s for further information.

    For other routes, please view the TFL spider map of routes in and out of St John's Wood.

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  • By Train

    The nearest main line railway station is Marylebone, served by Chiltern Railways, which is approximately ten minutes’ walk from the Ground. Marylebone Station is on the Chiltern line.

    Paddington Station is approximately twenty minutes’ walk from the Ground, for services to West and South-West England and South Wales.

    Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations are only a short journey away.

  • By Road

    We encourage all visitors to use public transport if possible.

    If choosing to go by road, the ground is 6 miles from the M1 and 1.5 miles from Marble Arch. It is also close to the M40 and M4.

    M40 – from the end of the M40 take the A40 (Westway). Turn left into Lisson Grove. at the end of Lisson Grove, turn right into St. John’s Wood road. Lord’s is on the left.

    M1 – from the end of the M1 take the Hendon Way, past Brent Cross Shopping Centre and over the north Circular Road (A406). Turn right on to Finchley Road (A41) and continue to Wellington Road. Pass St. John’s Wood underground station on the left and the Wellington Hospital on the right. Lord’s is on the right.

    There are parking restrictions affecting non-residents on the streets surrounding Lord’s and on St John’s Wood High Street on all major match days, so please ensure you do not park in bays which are for residents’ use only.

    However, Westminster Council offer parking close to Lord's at Kingsmill Terrace (NW8 6AA). Please visit their websites via the links below:

    Pay-by-phone

    Local car park information

  • By Cycle Hire

    There are several docking stations within five minutes’ walk of the Ground, on Abbey Road, St John’s Wood Road, Wellington Road, Lodge Road, Lisson Grove and Prince Albert Road.

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