Every year the MCC Museum presents a new exhibition on the first floor of the museum. These exhibitions showcase highlights from the MCC Collections in new and interesting ways, often alongside nationally important loans. Exhibitions open in April each year and can be enjoyed as part of a Lord’s Tour or with a match day ticket.
Tours and Tournaments Part 2 – MCC Museum, upper floor
Until March 2020
This wide-ranging exhibition, held in the Museum’s main upper gallery, covers ICC World Cups and Champions Trophies, the County Championship, the Indian Premier League, Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket, plus the worldwide growth of Twenty20 and the role Lord’s has played in some of cricket’s biggest occasions. Among the objects to feature prominently will be the original Prudential Cup, used for the first three men’s Cricket World Cup tournaments, the finals of which were all held at Lord’s.
The Media Centre – MCC Museum, upper floor
Until May 2020
Celebrating twenty years since the opening of the J.P. Morgan Media Centre, this new exhibition held in the corner gallery of the Museum looks back at the origins of one of cricket’s most striking modern buildings. Featuring architectural models and drawings, as well as images of its construction, the displays also tells the longer history of cricket reporting at Lord’s through objects related to journalists like Murray Hedgcock and Julian Guyer, as well as a fascinating developmental timeline.