Middlesex County Cricket Club
Lord's Cricket Ground
020 7289 1300
Lord's Cricket Ground,
St John's Wood,
020 7616 8603
LT 6, 13, 16, 46, 82, 98, 113, 139, 189 and 274 pass close to the ground. Also London Country Coaches (Green Line) 719, 757, 768 and 797 from home counties pass near ground - 020 7222 1234.
Several London Underground stations are within walking distance of Lord's; they include St John's Wood (Jubilee Line), Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo Line) and Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines). 0845 330 9875.
The ground is currently outside the Central London Congestion Zone.
From north: from M1, junction 1, follow signs to A5 (Edgware Road), continue on this road towards London, at traffic lights junction with A5205 turn left into St John's Wood Road.
From south: from M23/M25 junction 7/8 continue north on A23 into London to junction with A203 (Stockwell Road), follow signs to Vauxhall Bridge, cross the Bridge and take A202 (Vauxhall Bridge Road) to Victoria Station, bear right on to Wilton Road, follow signs to Hyde Park Corner (A302) (Grosvenor Place), continue up Park Lane to Marble Arch, then take Edgware Road (A5) to St John's Wood, at traffic lights, junction with A5205 turn right into St John's Wood Road.
From east: from M25 junction 27 continue south on M11 to junction 4 (A406) (North Circular Road), continue west on A406 to Brent Cross, junction with A41 (Hendon Way), continue on A41 to Wellington Road.
From west: from M4 at Chiswick flyover, turn left on to A406 (Gunnersbury Avenue), at traffic lights turn right on to A4000 (Gunnersbury Lane), continue on A4000 to junction with A40 (Western Avenue), turn right and continue on A40 (Westway) on to A40(M), continue on to Marylebone Road, turn left on to B507 (Lisson Grove), turn right on to A5205 (St John's Wood Road). From M40: from M40 continue on A40 (Western Avenue) then as for M4.
Car Parking at Lord’s is extremely restricted, but is available to disabled members of MCC or Middlesex and must be booked in advance. To make a booking please call MCC Club Facilities on 020 7616 8653. Please note: car parking is not guaranteed.
020 7289 1300
Tube (Metropolitan Line): Moor Park (Zone 6) on the Metropolitan Line is a 10-minute walk from the School buildings.
At the exit turnstiles, double back on yourself, sharp right along the walkway under the railway line. Go up the stairs and turn sharp left through the barrier onto the path through the spinney. At the end, bear left along Askew Road, cross the road at the zebra crossing and walk on 50 yards until you see the school gates on your right (pedestrian gate to the left of the main gates).
Half-hourly Chiltern Line trains from London Marylebone take 14 minutes to Harrow-on-the-Hill. Change to Metropolitan Line north (Amersham branch) for Moor Park (10 minutes). You may also continue to Rickmansworth (23 minutes from Marylebone) and take the Metropolitan Line south one stop to Moor Park. There is generally a connecting train within 5 minutes at either station.
VEHICLE ACCESS ONLY VIA SANDY LODGE LANE / NO ACCESS VIA MOOR PARK ESTATE
Car: From South & West: Leave the M25 at J17 or J18. Follow signs for Rickmansworth and Northwood through a series of roundabouts (2 from J17, 4 from J18) until you come to Batchworth/Moor Lane roundabout and see the A404 heading up the hill to Northwood (2nd Exit) Follow the A404/London Road until you pass the Old Green Man pub on your left. Take the first left turn after the Old Green Man and follow Batchworth lane, going over one mini roundabout, until the round comes to an end at the junction with the A4125/Sandy Lodge. Turn Left and keepgoing down the hill until you see an Esso Petrol Station on the left. Turn left immediately next to the petrol station and follow the road (Sandy Lodge Lane) until you see the main Merchant Taylors' School entrance on your right.
From the M1: Leave the M1 at J5. Take the A4008, Stephenson Way, towards Watford. Bear left at the second roundabout (A411). Carry on at the mini-roundabout opposite Tesco’s and follow the one-way system into Dalton Way. Keep left and continue straight on for 200 yards. Turn right at the Bushey railway arches roundabout (following signs for Northwood HQ) and turn into Eastbury Road(which becomes Hampermill Lane) continuing straight on for 5-10 minutes. The road bends sharp left and you see an Esso Station on the right. Turn right immediately before the Esso Station into Sandy Lodge Lane. The School entrance is 350 yards on your right.
From London via the A40: From the A40 take the A4180 through Ruislip following Duck’s Hill Road to its end. Turn left onto the A404 – the Rickmansworth Road (which becomes the London Road). Pass Mount Vernon Hospital. At the Prince of Wales Pub, turn right into Batchworth Lane. Follow Batchworth Lane until it ends and turn left into Sandy Lodge Road. Drive down the hill. Turn left immediately after the big Esso Station into Sandy Lane. The School entrance is 350 yards on your right.
Radlett Train Station (First Capital Connect) 0.7 miles - 0845 026 4700
From the north: Leave the A1/A1M at junction 23 and join the M25 travelling West towards Heathrow. Leave the M25 at junction 22 and take the B556 towards Radlett for a mile to a T junction with the A5183. Follow this all the way into Radlett and as you leave the village you will see the Cat & Fiddle pub on your right and the turning into the Club is about 50 yards past the pub on the left. There is a brown signpost on the right indicating the turning pointing to the cricket club and Tabard Rugby Club.
From the west: Leave the M25 at junction 21a and take the A405 to St Albans until you reach the Park street roundabout and take the right hand/third exit, the A5183, to Radlett. Then follow the directions as details in "from the north".
From the east: Leave the M25 at junction 22 and follow the directions stated in "from the north".
From the south: Depending how far south you are: Either use the M25 and directions as directed above from the east or west; or Take the A5 Edgware Road going north to the roundabout with the A41 going straight on towards Elstree and join the A5183 towards Radlett. Follow the road until you enter the 30 mph zone and after 200 yars or so on the brow of the hill turn right into ground opposite the brown road sign pointing to Radlett CC and Tabard RFC. The turning is a small lane between two houses.
Old Deer Park,
187 Kew Road,
Parking will be available during Middlesex's matches adjacent to the Ground, and can be accessed through the Lion Gate entrance on Kew Road. Parking costs per day: £5 for non-members & £3 for Middlesex members.
Richmond Underground station (District Line) 0.75 mile 0845 330 9875, Richmond station 0.75 mile 08457 484950, National Rail Journey Planner.
Buses from Chiswick to Richmond pass Kew Gardens near the ground, 020 7222 1234.
From north: from M1 junction 1 at Brent Cross take A406 west (North Circular Road), continue on A406 to Chiswick Flyover roundabout, take fourth exit on to Chiswick High Road (A205), follow this road into Kew Bridge Road (A315), at Kew Green take right fork into Kew Road (A307), Old Deer Park is on the right hand side.
From south: from end of M3 continue on A316 through Twickenham (Chertsey Road), cross Twickenham Bridge and at traffic lights take left turn on to Kew Road (A307), Old Deer Park is on the left hand side.
From east: from Hammersmith Flyover (A4) continue on Great West Road to Hogarth Roundabout, take first exit (A316) (Burlington Lane), continue on A316 to Richmond Circus junction, follow signs to A307 (Kew Road), Old Deer Park is on the left hand side.
From west: from M4 junction 2 follow A4 (Great West Road) to Chiswick Flyover roundabout, then as for north.
Uxbridge Sports Club,
Parking will be available during Middlesex's matches in the field adjacent to the Ground, and can be accessed via Park Road. Parking costs per day: £5 for non-members & £3 for Middlesex members.
M25 (J16), take the A40 (towards London), at the Swakeleys roundabout branch left (signposted Uxbridge) and at the next roundabout take the 3rd exit on to the B467. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Park Road - B483. The ground is opposite Uxbridge Common, access via Gatting Way. If you intend to drive to the ground, please allow plenty of time as the entrance in to the parking at Uxbridge CC can be very congested, particularly for Twenty20 matches.
Uxbridge London Underground Station (Metropolitan Line & Picadilly Line) 1 mile 0845 330 9875.
The U1 from West Ruislip/Uxbridge passes by the ground, with Routes U2, U9 and U10 stopping nearby.
Middlesex County Cricket Club
Lord's Cricket Ground
020 7289 1300
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