The most famous cricket ground in the world, Lord’s is a place where legends are made. Founded by Thomas Lord in 1787 as the home of Marylebone Cricket Club, it moved to its current site in St John’s Wood in 1814, and is now the ultimate destination for international players and cricket fans alike.
It’s also steeped in history and charm, with extraordinary architecture and a fascinating collection of cricketing art and memorabilia, including the iconic Ashes Urn. But you don’t have to attend a match at Lord’s to experience its year-round magic. From the old-world elegance of the Grade II* listed Pavilion to the cutting-edge modernity of the J.P. Morgan Media Centre, Lord’s is an exceptional venue for meetings, exhibitions, conferences and dinners.
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