Bradman Museum

The Bradman Museum is a living centre of cricket. Documenting its' history, paying tribute to past cricketers and providing inspiration for the future of the game. The Museum takes the visitor on a fantastic journey, reliving great moments with rare film footage, photos and wonderful memorabilia. Comprising four major exhibition galleries, hundred-seat theatre, library, children's area, souvenir, gift shop and Stumps Tea Room. Daily screenings in the theatre highlight cricket newsreel footage from the first half of the twentieth century followed by an expose on Bodyline.

Address: 
St Jude Street, Bowral, NSW
Tel: 
0248621247
Hours: 
Open daily 10am-5pm
Admission: 
Adults $8.00, Children $3.50, Under 5 Years Free, Family (2 Adults, 3 Children) $19.00, Concession $5.50
Facilities: 
Gift shop, self-guided walks, exhibition program, four exhibition galleries, one hundred seat theatre, library, souvenir shop, parkland, education facilities, worksheets, children's activity area with video games and tea room. Packed lunches are also available on reques
Collection: 
The Museum collects, conserves, carries out research and exhibits cricketing heritage in order to raise the public appreciation of the game and the impact it has had in the development of Australia.
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