Marylebone Cricket Club Collections is one of the oldest in the sport world. Comprising fine and decorative British art and cricket artefacts, the collection also includes ornamental objects influenced by cricket, with a wider social history.
This truly unique session will be hosted by expert Heather Lomas, who will guide you through some of the items on display from the wide collection, including Eoin Morgan's bat, Lord Hawke's cufflinks and Mrs Grace's tea pot. This exclusive experience also includes:
- An English Sparkling wine reception with light nibbles in the Bowlers’ Bar, situated in the Grade II*-listed Pavilion
- An exclusive behind the scenes look at the displayed collections and objects in the MCC Museum
- Tour of the Pavilion including the Long Room and Players’ Dressing Rooms
- Two-course meal in the Pavilion Committee Dining Room with drinks
Date: Sunday 29th March
Time: 12 noon
Duration: 3 hours
Price: £85 per adult and £55 per child
Please be advised this experience is not suitable for very young children.