Home of cricket memories.
Fun and entertainment for the whole family. A cricket experience like no other.
The Bradman Museum in Bowral NSW is a history-making charitable trust. Supported by Sir Donald Bradman, to recognise and celebrate the past, the present and the possibilities through cricket.
Whether it’s the Museum’s oldest bat from c. 1750, to Don’s childhood blade, Justin Langer’s Baggy Green, Virat Kohli’s first Captain’s Test Shirt or Belinda Clark’s Collection of career match worn clothing, the living museum provides cricket with a trusted and safe place to preserve its memories, record its accomplishments and tell stories of its great characters.
The story of cricket is a fabulous vehicle to communicate strong messages on issues that unite cultures and connect generations.
The International Cricket Hall of Fame is the definitive world cricket visitor experience.
Live footage from around the world, touch screen interactives, fascinating memorabilia and absorbing stories from cricketing greats – these are just a few of the exhibits that will keep you entertained for hours.
The International Cricket Hall of Fame is set in the beautiful surrounds of Bradman Oval, and includes the Bradman Café and gift store.
The International Cricket Hall of Fame currently comprises six galleries. Come and visit the brand new Bradman Gallery and Plot Your Pitch so your picture appears in the high-tech World of Cricket Gallery.
You should allow at least one hour to visit through The International Cricket Hall of Fame. Whether you are a cricket tragic, or simply interested in learning more about one of the world’s most popular sports, the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame provides an exciting and educational day out for the whole family.
Entry Prices (as at 22 August 2019):
Family (2 A + 2 C): $50
Specialising in books about cricket and cricketers.
- Car Park
- Children's Playground
- Disabled Access
- Picnic Facilities
- Picnic Shelter/s