Lord’s has just enjoyed a record crowd for the India Test Match with one of the reasons the general public travelled to Lord’s being its history and tradition and the draw of the grade II* listed Pavilion and the iconic Ashes Urn.
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. At Lord’s heart is the Pavilion, the prestige of one of the sports world’s most celebrated interiors will enhance any Wedding reception or ceremony.
The Long Room, hung with some of the finest paintings in MCC’s impressive collection, is at the heart of cricket’s grandest clubhouse. Your guests can enjoy an ambiance steeped in the history of the game, though they don’t have to be cricket enthusiasts for this Grade II listed building to give them a lasting impression of elegant pleasure.
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