The Bradman Museum has evolved into an International Cricket Hall of Fame

Does the Bradman Museum exist anymore?

The Bradman Museum name has evolved into the Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame. The existing Bradman Museum collection is still here in the wonderful new Bradman Gallery.

What is the name of the museum?

Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame.

Why did it change?

It was Sir Donald Bradman’s vision that ‘cricket continue to flourish and spread its wings. The world can only be richer for it.’ To honour this vision, the museum has been expanded to not only show the importance of the Don’s contribution to cricket and Australian history, but also cricket’s role throughout the world. As one of the world’s most popular sports, cricket has the capacity to bring different cultures and nations together. The Musuem recognises this potential.

What’s different?

The Bradman Museum & International Cricket Hall of Fame brings cricket to life with interactive touch screens, an expanded range of displays, and five huge video screens which help place cricket in the context of world history.

The Museum is bigger, better and more engaging, while still reflecting the attributes Sir Donald Bradman brought to the game: courage, honour, integrity, humility and determination.

You can find out more information about the Museum here:

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

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