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BRADMAN MUSEUM

Celebrating the past and inspiring the future.

The Bradman Museum celebrates the stories and people who shape the spirit of cricket. Enjoy our interactive exhibitions as the defining moments of the game come alive.  

 

At the heart of our Museum is the greatest cricketer of all time, Sir Donald Bradman. Bradman was renowned for the values of modesty, dignity, integrity and courage and these values resonate through the stories and people showcased in the Bradman Museum.

 

We are proud of the way cricket brings together many cultures from around the world with the enduring power to inspire millions. 

 

Cricket was and always will be more than a game. 

ENJOY EVERY MOMENT

Explore at your own pace and uncover hidden gems. From the match equipment, stunning imagery, original footage and thought provoking history of the game. Come immerse yourself in the Bradman Museum and feel the magic of cricket. 

The Bradman Museum has a number of exhibitions just waiting for you to explore. Below is a taste of our current displays. Please subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates.

On Display Now

ON DISPLAY NOW

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BRADMAN'S CRICKET BAT

View the bat that became a beacon, not just for generations of cricketers, but for a nation who allowed it into their hearts as a symbol hope and triumph in a time when we needed it the most.

 

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THE BRADMAN GALLERY

Sir Donald Bradman's batting average of 99.94 makes his Test batting achievements nearly twice that of the nearest Test batsman. He remains the only Australian cricketer to receive a knighthood for services to the game.

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THE GAME OF CRICKET

New to cricket? This interactive exhibition will teach you the basics of the game of cricket and allow you to take the field as a batter, bowler and master strategist.

ONLINE DISPLAYS

Ticket Information

TICKETS

Purchase your tickets online or at the door. Get in touch with us if we can tailor a package for your group or school visit.

Ticket Prices:

Adults – $30.00

Children (5 – 17 years) – $16.50 (under 5 free)

Family (2 Adults & 2 children) – $77.00

Family (2 Adults & 3 children) – $85.00

Student/Concession/Groups (15+) – $23.50

* 20% off all tickets purchased for weekday Museum entry in July and August

* 10% surcharge on Public Holidays

Opening Hours

9:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday to Sunday

Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day

Locker and cloakroom facilities available on-site.

Guided Tours

Please contact us to discuss booking a tour for your upcoming visit. Note that many of our tours are conducted by trained volunteers and whilst every effort is made to accommodate your request, we cannot guarantee that all bookings can be accommodated. Minimum numbers may be required. 

School Groups

Our guided school programs are interactive, interesting and fun. Incorporating themes of leadership, resilience, endurance and integrity inspired by Don Bradman. It’s an education for the minds and hearts of our future leaders.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visitors

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are warned that the museum contains images and voices of deceased persons.

Accessibility

Please contact our friendly team to discuss and accessibility requirements..

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LOCATION & ACCESS

The Bradman Centre is located on St Jude Street Bowral in the NSW Southern Highlands. The area includes the Bradman Museum, Bradman Oval, Memorial Garden and Glebe Park, featuring the Mary Poppins statue, BBQs and a children’s playground.

Address

St Jude St, Bowral NSW 2576

Contact Us

Phone: 02 4862 1247

Email: admin@bradman.com.au

Opening Hours

9 am – 4 pm Monday to Sunday

Visiting by Rail

We are a 15 minute walk from Bowral Train Station, through the village of Bowral. Direct lines operate from Central Station Sydney through to Canberra and Melbourne or catch the local Southern Highlands line train from Campbelltown. Visit Transport NSW to plan your trip.

Accessibility

We have pram and wheelchair access, accessible toilets and assistance animals are welcome.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Get the inside scoop on how to make the most of your visit. 

How long will it take to see everything?

Allow 90 minutes or more to explore The Bradman Museum.

Where can I park?

Free parking is available on St Jude Street and Glebe Street.

Where can I eat?

BBQ facilities are located in neighbouring Glebe Park which provides a stunning setting for a picnic. Additionally, Bowral's main street is a short stroll away, where you're spoilt for choice when it comes to sensational coffee and food options.

Where can I stay?

The beautiful Southern Highlands boasts some great accommodation, ranging from Air B&Bs to boutique hotels on large estates. There are amazing wineries, cafés and restaurants, as well as shopping and a range of outdoor activities. Visit www.southern-highlands.com.au or call the Destination Southern Highlands accommodation line on 1300 657 559.

Valuations?

Bradman Museum staff are not licensed to give valuations on cricket memorabilia. We recommend that you search other online resources to obtain appraisals for cricket and sports memorabilia, and cricket auction houses.

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International Cricket Hall Of Fame

Commemorating cricketers who inspire millions. Who through talent and a cherished personality inspire generations of people to aim high and achieve their best. 

The International Cricket Hall Of Fame honours the following Cricketers:

Sydney Barnes

Sir Donald Bradman

Sunil Gavaskar

Adam Gilchrist

Dr W.G. Grace

Sir Richard Hadlee

Walter Hammond

George Headley

Sir John (Jack) Hobbs

Imran Khan

Dennis Lillee

Muttiah Muralitharan

Bill O'Reilly

Graeme Pollock

Sir Vivian Richards

Sir Garfield Sobers

Sachin Tendulkar

Victor Trumper

Shane Warne

Sir Frank Worrell

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