The International Cricket Hall of Fame
A comprehensive history of cricket is on display at the International Cricket Hall of Fame museum, including an oak bat from the 1750s. The Don Bradman memorabilia collection celebrates Australia’s all-time greatest cricketer and features the bat he used to score 304 at Headingly in 1934. Interactive touch screens and five huge video screens help to bring cricket alive and place it in the context of world history.
Bradman Oval, St Jude St, Bowral, (02) 4862 1247
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