Thought of as the ‘Home of Cricket’, this ground – which can hold 28,000 spectators - has seen some of the finest players take a wicket. The first ever game here can even be traced all the way back to 1814.
Over 100 test matches have taken place at Lord’s, with England winning 45 of those on home ground, and it was also the venue of the 2000th test match when England hosted India in 2011. It’s packed full of history – and there’s no better time to experience it than on your last night of freedom.
There’s a load of things to see on your stag do – from the Pavilion, housing the landmark Long Room, Old Father Time, the futuristic Media Centre, and the MCC Museum. This is the oldest sports museum in the world, and it even contains the world’s most celebrated collection of cricket memorabilia – including The Ashes Urn, as well as cricket kit used by Victor Trumper, Jack Hobbs, Don Bradman and Shane Warne.
Howzat for a seriously top stag do activity.