The Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame is located in the NSW Southern Highlands, in the town of Bowral. It is situated in an area known as Glebe Park, which includes Bradman Oval…
The Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame is located in the NSW Southern Highlands, in the town of Bowral. It is situated in an area known as Glebe Park, which includes Bradman Oval and parkland. The adjacent children's playground is cricket themed and has a gas barbecue for picnics.
The Bradman Museum houses state-of-the-art interactive experiences and a museum collection of national significance to suit everyone's interest. It begins with the Origins of Cricket and travels through all the significant eras through to the Big Bash League.
Visitors should allow at least 90 minutes to experience the extensive exhibits within the Bradman Museum. Their facilities include public and accessible toilets, car parking, cricket nets, and visitor information.
The Bradman Education Program has grown over the years to encompass the study of history, geography, English as well as science and sport. Pre and post activities are available.
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