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Marylebone Cricket Club

Lord's Cricket Ground St John's Wood Road
St John's Wood
NW8 8QN

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Marylebone Cricket Club

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The MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) is a private members' club and, as such, the clubhouse (Pavilion) is open, in general, only to Members of the MCC, their guests and Members of clubs playing at Lord's. Jacket and tie are required. There are four bars, which sell beers from Marston's portfolio eg Pedigree, EPA, Brakspear etc on handpump.

Members of Middlesex County Cricket Club have their own separate club-room, where Pedigree is usually available on handpump.

For spectators, there are two bars selling RA: Dark's and Bicentenary. They are open during major matches and sell the Marston's range. They can be found under the stands on the St John's Wood Road side of the ground.

Occasional Beer Festivals are held during games, open to all spectators, selling up to twenty RAs on gravity eg Jennings, Ringwood, Bank's together with Weston's cider (check web-site for dates).

Our photos show the famous Grace Gates which are Grade II listed.

See also the entry for Lord's Tavern, which keeps normal pub hours.

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Marylebone Cricket Club

Lord's Cricket Ground St John's Wood Road
St John's Wood
NW8 8QN

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51.5285, -0.173077

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Marylebone Cricket Club

Lord's Cricket Ground St John's Wood Road
St John's Wood
LONDON
NW8 8QN

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  • Real Ale Available
  • Beer Festivals
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  • Sports TV
  • Wifi
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  • Close to London Underground / Overground / DLR

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