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  • Groups (15+ people)
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  • Adults
  • Children (5 – 15 years)
  • Family (2 adults & 3 children)
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The International Cricket Hall of Fame is open everyday from 10am – 5pm, except Christmas Day.

You’ll find us in St Jude Street, Bowral, just off the F5 Freeway (Hume Hwy), about half-way between Sydney & Canberra.

You should allow at least one hour to visit through The International Cricket Hall of Fame.

Make it a day trip!

Whether you are a cricket tragic, or simply interested in learning more about one of the world’s most popular sports, The International Cricket Hall of Fame provides an exciting and educational day out for the whole family.

Located less than ninety minutes from both Sydney and Canberra, in Sir Donald Bradman’s home town of Bowral, this new attraction incorporates innovative and interactive displays that will engage and inform you.

Stay the weekend and book a Bradman Package. For only $199* you can experience Peppers and enjoy overnight accommodation with breakfast, two tickets to the International Cricket Hall of Fame and a Bradman DVD.

Live footage from around the world, touch screen interactives and fascinating memorabilia 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 a café and gift store in the complex.

A treat for all the family

While we recommend that you will need at least one hour to go through the museum, you could spend all day here. Our complex includes a café and a gift shop, and we’re located right next to the stunning Bradman Oval and Pavilion. Plus, Bowral’s boutiques and art galleries are only a couple of streets away.

Bradman Oval

Bradman Oval is the spiritual home of Sir Donald Bradman, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stroll around the perfectly manicured outfield or even bowl a couple of overs at the nets. A children’s playground is right next door, with plenty of trees under which you can rest and revive before coming back in to experience more of The International Cricket Hall of Fame.

A museum that involves you

Gone are the days of looking at static displays in glass cases. At The International Cricket Hall of Fame you can test out game strategies on an interactive table, view on-demand videos from the greats of the game and learn more about players and spectators through touch-screens.

Refreshments on hand

Whether you want a quick coffee and cake, or a relaxing lunch, Stumps café offers inside dining for those crisp Highland winter days, or outside tables so you can enjoy the warmer weather.

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OPENING SOON

The International Cricket Hall of Fame will be opening on the 29th November 2010.

Please look around the website to find out about this exciting new cricketing experience.

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