Bradman Museum of Cricket

Bradman Museum of Cricket

A museum collecting, conserving, researching, displaying Australian cricket history with an emphasis on the cricket career of the world's greatest player, Sir Donald Bradman.

Address: 
St Jude Street, Bowral NSW 2576, Australia
Tel: 
+61 02 4862 1247
+61 02 4861 2536
Hours: 
10am to 5pm seven-days-a-week(Closed Christmas Day).
Admission: 
Adults: $8.50, Pensioners:$7.00, Children (5-18) $4.00, Family: $22.00, Groups (15+): $6.00p.p.
Facilities: 
Cricket Oval (First-Class standard), four galleries, two theatres, children's area, cafe, gift shop, off-street car parking.
Collection: 

7,000 items ranging from a mid-eighteenth century cricket bat to contemporary Test and One-Day International material. Significant collections relating to Sir Donald Bradman, Harold Larwood, Hunter 'Stork' Hendry and world cricket ties and ceramics are also prominent.

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