Cricket World Cup 2019: Where to visit?

Find out about some of the must-see attractions, locations and landmarks in and around the 10 host cities for this summer's Cricket World Cup

Trent Bridge


Brunel’s SS Great Britain not only has a great history of its own, but the ship played a key role in sporting history, taking the first England cricket team to tour Australia in 1861.

SS Great Britain


Funded by Arts Council England, the Midlands Arts Centre ("mac" as it’s known) was first opened in 1962 and is a national leader in developing work with children, families and young people of all backgrounds.



Cardiff Bay houses some of Cardiff’s most culturally significant and beautiful buildings, including Wales Millennium Centre and the Senedd (the headquarters of the National Assembly for Wales).

Cardiff Bay


Durham Cathedral, a Historic England registered building, is one of the jewels of the North East. Alongside its near neighbour Durham Castle, it was made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1986.

Durham Cathedral


Yorkshire Sculpture International is the UK’s largest dedicated sculpture festival, a series of exhibitions, international commissions, events and learning programmes not seen on a scale anywhere else - Yorkshire Sculpture Park is one of the
four venues.

Yorkshire sculpture


The Tate Galleries are world famous for their collections. With a prominent position on London’s Southbank, Tate Modern is one of the foremost galleries of its type, and a must-visit just a stone’s throw from The Oval.



A Heritage Lottery Funded period museum, celebrating the work of famous author Elizabeth Gaskell. This beautifully restored property includes a villa garden and Victorian period rooms.

Elizabeth Gaskell's house


Heritage Lottery Funded attraction which forms part of the National Justice Museum, City of Caves takes you below the city of Nottingham into part of a hidden maze of over 500 original sandstone caves.

Notts caves


Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Less than 35 miles from Southampton, this is one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe.



West Somerset Railway is the UK’s longest heritage railway, trailing for 20 miles through stunning Somerset countryside and coast.

West Somerset railway

The ICC Men's Cricket World Cup runs from 30 May to 14 July 2019, hosted by England and Wales.