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Lord's Cricket Ground

The most famous cricket ground in the world, Lord’s is a place where legends are made. It is steeped in history and charm, with extraordinary architecture and a fascinating collection of memorabilia, including the iconic Ashes Urn. In a convenient location in leafy St. John’s Wood, its stunning vistas of the hallowed turf make Lord’s an exceptional venue for any event.

Spaces at Lord's Cricket Ground

  • 32 - 1000m2 (344 - 10764ft2)
  • 16 - 900 people
  • Ddisabled access

J.P. Morgan Media Centre

Built to celebrate the new millennium at Lord’s, the J.P. Morgan Media Centre became an instant icon in the world of cricket. The preserve of journalists and commentators on match days, it offers a great opportunity for unconventional entertaining, with panoramic views of the Ground. Any event in this amazing structure is an exhilarating and memorable experience. It’s a striking environment for meetings, seminars, conferences and product launches.

  • 200m2 (2153ft2)
  • 50 - 100 people
  • D disabled access

Players’ Dressing Rooms

A tour of the Ground is an ideal way to experience the magic of Lord’s, and can be incorporated into any of our events. Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour guides take guests behind the scenes of the Home of Cricket, visiting the Honours Boards in the Players’ Dressing Rooms, the Long Room and the iconic J.P. Morgan Media Centre.

  • 60m2 (646ft2)
  • 25 - 30 people
  • D disabled access

Harris Garden

The Harris Garden is a charming rose garden laid out on the former site of a lawn tennis court near the entrance to the Pavilion. Constructed in 1934 in memory of the renowned cricketer and politician, Lord Harris, it is a tranquil oasis in the heart of London, and forms a lovely alfresco venue for receptions and summer barbeques.

  • 200m2 (2153ft2)
  • 200 people
  • D disabled access

Pelham's

Seated next to the Grade II*-listed Pavilion, the floor to ceiling glazing ensures the space is flooded with natural light and offers spectacular views across the Ground. Pelham's offers year-round availability for a range of events from weddings receptions, talks and dining events.

  • 88 - 169 people
  • D disabled access

Tavern Meeting Rooms

The Tavern Meeting Rooms are on the second tier of the Tavern Stand, with magnificent views of the pitch from the balcony. On match days, these ten rooms are the private boxes from which celebrity guests can sip champagne and view the game. Throughout the rest of the year, they are an outstanding space for syndicate rooms or for smaller meetings.

  • 32m2 (344ft2)
  • 16 - 30 people
  • D disabled access

Long Room

The Long Room, fronting the Pavilion, is a world-famous sight at Lord’s – international cricket players pass through it on their way onto and off the field of play. A magnificent backdrop for elegant Christmas parties, private dining, lunches and receptions, it has high, ornate ceilings and is fronted by glass. Its walls are lined with fine paintings celebrating the game from the 18th century to the present day. The adjoining Long Room Bar can also be used as a characterful drinks reception area

  • 224m2 (2411ft2)
  • 180 - 300 people
  • D disabled access

Steeped in history, the stunning Grade II*-listed Victorian Pavilion is an idyllic venue for both marriage ceremonies and receptions. With its opulent décor and stunning views overlooking the main ground, the Long Room offers something truly unique for your special day.

  • 224m2 (2411ft2)
  • 180 - 300 people
  • D disabled access

The Long Room is a world-famous sight at Lord’s – international cricket players pass through it on their way onto and off the field of play. A magnificent backdrop for elegant Christmas parties and private dining, it has high, ornate ceilings and is fronted by glass. The adjoining Long Room Bar can also be used as a characterful drinks reception area.

  • 224m2 (2411ft2)
  • 180 - 300 people
  • D disabled access

Pavilion Roof Terrace

Running the whole length of the Pavilion, the Roof Terrace is a beautiful and airy space with a long balcony and remarkable views of the Ground. Used by MCC Members on match days as a place to enjoy the cricket over a drink in the sun, it makes a dazzling and spacious North London venue for a summer drinks party or reception.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 150 - 250 people
  • D disabled access

Museum and Film Theatre

The world’s oldest sporting museum, housing an unrivalled collection of cricketing art and memorabilia, is an entertaining and distinctly unusual venue for a drinks reception. It is often used in conjunction with the Long Room as a location for pre-dinner drinks, and can also form an added attraction for the guests of other events held within the Ground. Filled with over 30,000 exhibits, the Museum is a treasure house that intrigues cricket fans and agnostics alike.

  • 320m2 (3444ft2)
  • 55 - 200 people
  • D disabled access

The Writing Room

The elegantly furnished Writing Room is a beautifully proportioned and intimate setting for smaller lunches, dinners or receptions. Hung with famous paintings of cricketing scenes, it offers excellent views of the Ground from the north end of the Pavilion.

  • 72m2 (775ft2)
  • 60 - 70 people
  • D disabled access

The elegantly furnished Writing Room is a beautifully proportioned and intimate setting for small wedding ceremonies and receptions. Hung with famous paintings of cricketing scenes, it offers excellent views of the Ground from the north end of the Pavilion.

  • 72m2 (775ft2)
  • 60 - 70 people
  • D disabled access

The elegantly furnished Writing Room is a beautifully proportioned and intimate setting for a Christmas lunch or dinner. Hung with famous paintings of cricketing scenes, it offers excellent views of the Ground from the north end of the Pavilion.

  • 72m2 (775ft2)
  • 60 - 70 people
  • D disabled access

Thomas Lord Suite

Located next to the Grace Gate, and overlooking the Pavilion and the Harris Garden, the Thomas Lord Suite combines considerable style with ease of use. With natural daylight and open-plan flexibility, it is a large and versatile venue that can suit different sizes of groups and is an ideal setting for birthday parties, Christmas parties, receptions and weddings. The space is also available as a dry hire with selected outside caterers.

  • 750m2 (8073ft2)
  • 126 - 500 people
  • D disabled access

Nursery Pavilion

The Nursery Pavilion is flooded with natural light from full-height windows, and offers a massive 1,000 square metres of event space, which can be partitioned for maximum flexibility. It is an outstanding setting for any sport related events, from exhibitions and product launches to lunches, dinners and large receptions.

  • 1000m2 (10764ft2)
  • 400 - 900 people
  • D disabled access

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