Join the party to celebrate Sir Donald Bradmans Birthday on Saturday August 27 and get your pre-season cricket hit!
To celebrate what would have been Sir Donald Bradmans’ 103rd birthday The International Cricket Hall of Fame is throwing a party and it’s one you don’t want to miss!
As well as a great program of events, the Hall of Fame is offering discounted entry all day.
- A special one adult full price and second adult 50% discount offer on full price admission
- $ 15 Kids Deal (ages 5-15) which includes: all day entry to The International Cricket Hall of Fame; a commemorative mini-bat; and a cricket skills refresher with the Sydney 6ers (bookings essential).
- Seniors continue to receive a 30% discount on standard adult admission
- Children’s admission to the mueseum is $ 8 (excludes skills refresher and mini-bat)
- Free entry for Members and Crest Holders
We’re thrilled to announce that former Australian player Stuart Clark will be bringing some of his new Sydney 6ers players to The International Cricket Hall of Fame to be part of the day. Come down to Bradman Oval from 1pm and be part of our Sydney 6ers Fan Day. Take the opportunity to talk to the players and learn all about the new Big Bash format, plus sign up as a 6ers Fan! The 6ers will also be leading a Cricket Skills refreshers for junior players then taking part in a Cricket Conversation with Mike Coward in the Main Hall at 3.30pm.
Crest Program Launch
Bradman Foundation Executive Director Rina Hore will be using the Birthday Celebrations as a great occasion to launch the new Membership program, Crest Holder. Buy a Crest on a Picket and become a member. The program will be launched in the Main Hall at 3:30pm.
Tony Rafty Exhibition
We’re thrilled to announce that one of Australia’s most famous caricaturists Tony Rafty OAM will be at The International Cricket Hall of Fame to unveil a new exhibition of selected cricket caricatures. 95 year old Rafty started his career of sports caricaturing at the London Olympics in 1948 then went on to sketch every significant athlete that competed at Olympic or Commonwealth Games until 2004. Tony will unveil the exhibition at 3pm followed by a Cricket Conversation with Mike Coward.
Yes, that’s right – Fantasy Cricket! You’ve heard of Fantasy Football and now we’re bringing you Fantasy Cricket! Australian author Norman Mjadwesch has created the definitive fantasy cricket game and to commemorate Bradman’s birthday he will be at The International Cricket Hall of Fame to guide players through a test match.
Have you ever wondered how Bradman would score against Murali? Or how Shane Warne would fare against Victor Trumper? Play a game of Fantasy Cricket and find out.
We’re looking for cricket tragics who love mathematics and would like to be form their own Fantasy Cricket Team and take part in a Fantasy Cricket Pilot program. Contact email@example.com if you would like to be part of the fun or just turn up and be part of the fun from 11am.