Founded in 1814, Lord’s cricket ground is renown as the Home of cricket. Events at Lord’s have always been a rewarding option to entertain clients due to hit’s history and prestige.
Hundreds of incredible historical cricket moments have happened at Lord’s including the late great Don Bradman calling his knock of 254 his best ever in his career.
The ICON facility within the stadium is the perfect place to enjoy a full day’s cricket, with cricket legends in attendance and incredible seats within the Grand Stand for VIP viewing.
Whether it’s a glorious day of international test cricket, a high intensity ODI or an explosive T20 match, there’s no better VIP experience than the ICON experience.
Whether it’s a test match, ODI or T20, you can expect stunning food when you’re in ICON at Lord’s.
Expect a range of hot and cold premium breakfast options to start your ICON experience with fruit juice, coffee and tea available throughout the day.
A gourmet 3 course lunch follows, with a varying menu that ensures there will be something just right for you.
A traditional Lord’s Afternoon tea is next with hand crafted savoury and sweet treats.
With a complimentary bar including Champagne, wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks to keep you hydrated, there’s no better place to spend the day watching sport than at Lord’s.
With a full days play of cricket, there are plenty of opportunities to interact with our fantastic ICONs at Lord’s
Over the years we have and continue to have some brilliant guests and world-class cricketers who love to share their stories, past and present with our guests.
Appearances from stars such as Stuart Broad, Mark Ramprakash, Ryan Sidebottom, Matt Prior and Glenn McGrath are common at ICON so make sure you have your phone ready for pictures.
“Not only was the match itself fantastic, but the hospitality at ICON was too. We loved the buzz in the room and thought Ryan Sidebottom and Dominic Cork among others were funny and engaging. The staff were brilliant with ensuring we had enough liquids for the day and the lunch filled us up. Great day and we'll be back.”
The nearest underground station to Lord’s Cricket Ground is St John’s Wood (Jubilee Line) and Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines) are also within walking distance.
Both Marylebone station and Paddington station are within walking distance of the ground.
Lord’s Cricket Ground is in St John’s Wood, North London. It is located on the corner of St John’s Wood road (A5205) and Wellington Road (A41).
All guests are advised to use public transport as Lord’s Cricket Ground does not have any parking.
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