Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Trent Bridge is currently closed to the public. We will share information as to when ground tours can return in due course.
In the meantime, please see below for a taste of what to expect from our Classic Tour:
What you can enjoy on our Classic Tour
- See inside the world-famous 1880s Pavilion and visit the players’ dressing rooms and members’ facilities
Visit the Wynne-Thomas Library, home to one of the largest collections of cricket books in the world (Monday - Friday only)
Walk around the pitch and onto the hallowed turf (conditions permitting)
Explore the spectator, playing and media facilities in the Radcliffe Road Stand. Discover the views of the world’s broadcasters from the media boxes and enjoy stunning views of Nottingham from the upper floors
Tours are held throughout the year every Tuesday at 2pm and on alternate Saturdays at 10.30am (excluding matchdays). The Classic Tour is a great experience for adults – even if you don’t know much about cricket. Children are welcome when accompanied by a paying adult.
Classic Tour prices
- Adults £10
- Adult with one child aged 15 or under £10
- Concession (child aged 15 or under, 65 or above) £5
A booking fee of 80 pence per ticket applies to all online sales. To use Trent Bridge gift vouchers to pay for your tour, please visit the Trent Bridge Ticket Office.
All Nottinghamshire CCC members are entitled to the one free Classic Tour per calendar year, which must be booked in advance through the Ticket Office.
Classic Tours are subject to availability, and sold on a first-come first-served basis, with a maximum capacity of 15 visitors per tour.
Advance booking is strongly recommended, but any remaining tickets will be available from the Ticket Office until 15 minutes before a tour starts.
Planning your visit
- Tours start outside the Ticket Office (through the Dixon Gates, off Bridgford Road, opposite the Co-Op). Please arrive at the starting point at least 15 minutes before the advertised start time
- The full tour requires some walking - and if you wish to visit the upper floors of the Pavilion, there are three flights of stairs to climb. Wheelchair access is possible to the Radcliffe Road Stand and the ground floor of the Pavilion. Unfortunately, there are no lifts in the Pavilion.
- Car parking is not available inside the ground for tours. There is on-street parking near the ground, or pay and display car parks in West Bridgford. Public transport stops right outside the ground.
- Please note that Trent Bridge is a working cricket ground so the content of the tours may vary when some areas are occasionally closed. Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club reserves the right to vary the route and content of a tour without further prior notice. Tours may also be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
We offer tailored tours on alternative dates and times for private groups. For further information, please email email@example.com, or contact the Ticket Office on 0115 899 0300.
We are currently developing a special Children's Tour, aimed at children aged between 7 and 11 who are accompanied by a responsible adult. If you would like to receive details about these tours once they have been launched, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“It was an excellent afternoon being shown parts of the ground not normally open to the public by a friendly and knowledgeable guide. Over two hours hearing about the fascinating history of the club, the ground and the game.”
“Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and informative”
“The views from the top of the stadium across the ground were great and my son felt like a test match player wandering across the outfield into the pavilion. A really good couple of hours for anyone who is interested in cricket”
“The tour was amazing. Wonderful setting and first-class condition. The gentleman who led our tour was knowledgeable and very humorous – so good in fact that he made our experience very special. So much history and ambience – we soaked it all up and loved it.”