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Lord’s Cricket Ground Christmas Party Venue

London,NW8 8QN
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Lord’s Cricket Ground Christmas Party Venue

Celebrate your Christmas party at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground, the world’s most famous cricket venue, steeped in history and charm. With its extraordinary architecture and fascinating collection of cricketing art and memorabilia, including the legendary Ashes Urn, Lord’s provides a truly unique setting for your festive celebrations.

The Thomas Lord Suite, with its views of the Pavilion and Harris Garden and its own private entrance, offers the perfect atmosphere for a memorable Christmas party. Experience the elegance and magic of Lord’s Cricket Ground as you celebrate the festive season with colleagues, friends, or family.

At Lord’s Cricket Ground, a sample Christmas party package includes:

ITINERARY 7.00pm – Event begins 8.00pm – Dinner is served 9.30pm – DJ and disco 12.30pm – Bar closes 1.00am – Guests depart

Exclusive room hire
Elegant theming
Sparkling wine reception
Three and a half hours of unlimited house wine, beers, and soft drinks
Selection of bowl food or canapés
Dedicated event planner
Complimentary cloakroom
On-site security
Car parking (subject to availability)

For an added touch of magic, pre-reception tours of the cricket ground are available, giving guests an exclusive glimpse into The Pavilion, The Museum, The Ashes, The Changing Rooms, and The Long Room. Make your Christmas party in London truly unforgettable with a celebration at the legendary Lord’s Cricket Ground.




Google Reviews

11,173 reviews
  • nilesh palkari
    nilesh palkari
    a week ago

    Went for the ground tour in August this year. It was one of the best experience to see and absorb the cricketing history this Ground has witnessed. Its truly a Home of Cricket. Going through the dressing rooms and the tour guide explaining all the history, your brain and mind gets engaged and starts to living in those moments. If you are a cricket fan then the tour of Lords should be on your list. Few tips if you are planning a tour of Lords. 1. Book well in advance at least 1 month before. You might not get tour tickets last moment or even 1 week prior. 2. Be there at the gate at start time. The tour starts and ends almost precisely on time. 3. Don't shy away of asking questions to tour guide, you will get more and more details and moment you might not be aware of. 4. Video shooting is not allowed during the tour but Photography is allowed. Hopefully this review will help you to plan your Lords tour :).

  • Shreekara Udupa
    Shreekara Udupa
    in the last week

    I had an amazing experience during the stadium tour as a cricket fan! The organization was top-notch, ensuring you explore every corner of the stadium. It's unquestionably a great value for your money, and I highly recommend it if you want to have an unforgettable time. Bestt

  • Karin Sinniger
    Karin Sinniger
    in the last week

    Wonderful historical home of cricket. Lovely to take in a match and either stick to your seat and picnic by the nursery area (only opens once match starts). The range of concession stands and quality food options during a match is impressive. They also have bottle filling stations with water but they are VERY slow so long queues during a match. Leave your rubbish under your seat for clearance as there aren’t enough bins.

  • Gayeshan HewaMithige

    Lords Cricket Stadium is an iconic venue that truly captures the spirit of cricket. The history, the atmosphere, and the experience of watching a match here are unparalleled. Whether you're a die-hard cricket fan or just looking to witness a historic sporting event, Lord's is a must-visit. The facilities are top-notch, and the staff is friendly and accommodating. Plus, the Lord's Tour is a fantastic way to delve deeper into the stadium's rich heritage. Overall, a visit to Lord's Cricket Stadium is a memorable and enriching experience for sports enthusiasts and tourists alike.

  • Abbas B
    Abbas B
    a month ago

    If you are a cricket lover and been to London, then this is one place that needs to be in your iterinary for sure. Loved to be at the Lords Pavilion… What a feeling :). Further, some fascinating knowledge taken home. Truly the mecca of cricket !! Revived gold olden days of life..