The Bradman Museum
The Bradman Museum was established to honour Australia's greatest cricketer, 'The Boy from Bowral' - Sir Donald Bradman. Bradman Museum was created to be a living centre of cricket, documenting the history of Australian cricket, paying tribute to past cricketers and providing inspiration for the future of the game.
The Bradman Museum takes the visitor on a fantastic journey, reliving great moments with rare film footage, photos and wonderful memorabilia.
Bradman Museum comprises of five major exhibition galleries, hundred-seat theatre, plus a second theatre, library, children's area, souvenir, gift shop and Stumps Tea Room. Daily screenings in the theatre highlight cricket newsreel footage from the first half of the twentieth century followed by an expose on Bodyline.
Bradman Museum is open daily from 10am to 5pm.