Edgbaston is the second largest cricket ground in the UK, beaten only by Lords in London. The ground is home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club and also a key venue for Test Matches and One Day Internationals.
Cricket has been played at Edgbaston since 1882 and it is now considered one of the best Cricket Grounds in the UK. The Stadium can seat around 25,000 spectators and it has seen many famous cricket players over the years.
Cricket fans may also enjoy the indoor cricket centre, onsite museum which the clubs collection of memorabilia, and visitor centre. The visitor centre opened in 2011 and charts the history of Warwickshire Country Cricket Club and test matches played at Edgbaston. It includes a range of films, photographs and interactive installations.