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If you are at Lords you may well have an interest in cricket. The museum is well worth a visit. There is lots of things to see and an archive section of you wish to dig deeper.
It us free to enter during test matches.
A must for crickets lovers and history of the game.
Situated at back of main Pavilion this historic building sets out the whole history of cricket through the ages.
Stewards can help and there are guided tours.
Its a great place for a cricket fan , would like to request management to increase time duration in museum. When u walk into the museum u realise how big Imran Khan is , captain section of Imran khan was great , inzaman ul Haq...More
A small museum which is crammed with the expected cricket memorabilia.
The high light is the iconic Ashes Trophy
Worth combining with the Lord's tour and finishing with Fish and Chips in the Tavern,adjacent to The Grace Gate.
I'd recommend this tour for anyone interested in cricket. The tour lasts 100 minutes and runs like clockwork as s number of concurrent tours operate at the same time.
This means it can sometimes seem a bit rushed, but there are pauses for photographers at...More
A must-do for any cricket fan. Visit the museum, Long Room, changing rooms and media centre. And of course, see the Ashes trophy.
The guides are great with loads of personality.
Tip: book online in advance as tours sell out.
I visited the Lord's museum during the lunch break of a test match. If you have tickets to the cricket, entry to the museum is free. It is quite a small museum with a range of cricket memorabilia. There are some iconic pieces, in particular...More