The home of cricket
Lord's Cricket Ground sits in the heart of North West London, just half an hour's drive from the centre of the capital. Dating back to 1814, historic Lord's is now not just the home of cricket, but offers charming afternoon tea, its own quintessential English pub and a stunning setting for special events. The MCC at Lord's is one of the world's oldest sporting museums, with a range of changing exhibitions on the history of Cricket.
Discover North West London
Lord's Cricket Ground is perfectly placed for exploring London's north west neighbourhoods. Start with a morning stroll in finely-manicured Regent's Park, one of London's finest. Kids will love ZSL London Zoo, the UK's biggest, where you can spot ferocious big cats and cheeky monkeys. For some of the London's best shopping, head to Nearby Camden Market, the famous hub of quirky independent fashion retailers.
Experience London's West End
Hop on the 98 bus from Lord's Cricket Ground and you can be in the famous West End, home to London's world-class theatre scene, in just 40 minutes. Head to the Lyceum for showstopping musicals, or Arts Theatre for left-field adaptations.
Planning a trip to Lord's Cricket Ground? Travelodge London Central Marylebone Hotel is just 20 minute's walk, or Travelodge London Central Euston Hotel is perfect for visitors arriving by train.