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World Cup 2019: Lord's Cricket Ground And Its Associated Attractions…

Written by : LifeStyle Team

Guys, are you strictly following World Cup 2019??? Then you might be knowing the venue where particular match is being played, right??? Yes, we EeYuva as promised at the beginning of the World Cup season, described the cricket ground and its neighbouring attractions of every match. So, today being the nerve-wrenching match between England and Australia in the prestigious cricket ground that is none other than Lord's Cricket Ground, we are ready to discuss about the location in detail.

This is the first ever match in this season which is playing in Lord's. So, are you eagerly waiting to explore the ground and its nearby attractions??? Then, get ready to scroll down… Here we go…

Home Of Cricket…


Yes, Lord's cricket ground is also known as 'Home Of Cricket', and is home to the world's oldest sporting museum. The capacity of this ground is 28,000 spectators and proposals are being made to develop the capacity of this stadium. This ground is one of the oldest grounds, yes in 2014 it had celebrated it's 'two hundredth anniversary'. There are a total of nine stands which are named after famous cricket celebrities. Lord's media centre is the most attracting one in the entire ground and pavilion. It also hosts test matches, international matches, baseball games and many more. Lord's is located in the St John’s wood district, City of Westminster.

St John's Wood district is famous for Lord's cricket ground. Other than that, there are not so many visitors site as it is a conservation area. Apart from this place, if we speak about the City of Westminster we have many tourist attractions lined up. So we will quickly have a look at them…

Buckingham Palace…


This is the London residence and administrative headquarters of London which is located in the City of Westminster. This is the major tourist spot in London attracting millions of people towards it. It is an architectural marvel as the interiors of this palace are spellbinding.

London Transport Museum…


This is a large museum present in convent garden which displays the transport system of London. This whole museum is nestled in iron and glass covering. All the transport systems are displayed along with the guide.

Madame Tussauds…


One of the marvellous place where you will find the live-alike statues of famous celebrities from all over the world is known as 'Madame Tussauds'. The headquarters of this epic wax museum is in London. You will get to see and also click selfies with your favourite celebrities in this museum.

Oxford Street…


This is one of the busiest and most famous streets in London. This street is the Europe's busiest shopping street with around half a million visitors in a day. OMG!!! Can you imagine the tourist flow??? So, when you are in London, don't forget to visit this street. In the retail world though many streets tried to overcome the prestigious place of Oxford Street but no one can replace this busiest street from the hit list.

Sherlock Holmes Museum…


The most fictional character which we have studied in our childhood days that is Sherlock Holmes is a very interesting topic. Alright, in London there is a museum which is dedicated to Sherlock Holmes which is none other than Sherlock Holmes Museum. It is occupied in Baker Street and is a Grade 2 listed building because of its architectural design and approach.

We guess, these are very interesting places to watch out in London. After watching the thrilling match between England and Australia, go visit these places and have fun.

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