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Things to do in London: Calling all cricket fans!
Published: Tuesday 12th of March 2013
If you are a cricket fan and are hunting for sporty things to do in London, then look no further than the Lord’s Cricket Ground.
Visitors are invited to take a tour of this impressive stadium which is known as the ‘home of cricket and its spiritual ‘headquarters’.
Not only do guests get a behind-the-scenes tour of this historic stadium, they also get a sneak peak at the pavilion, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) museum, plus an exclusive look at the Investec media centre.
The museum covers over 400 years of cricket history and contains paintings, photographs and collectibles which take the visitor through an interesting look at the history of cricket.
Other highlights include balls, bats and other equipment used by some of the world’s most famous cricket players during international games and competitions.
Specialist tours are also available depending on where your interest lies, including art, architectural and educational tours within the grounds.
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