The Bradman Museum is Australia's largest dedicated cricket museum. Located at the heritage-listed site of Bradman Oval, Bowral NSW; the first home-ground and final resting place of Australia's greatest cricketing icon, Sir Donald Bradman. The Museum also preserves the childhood home of Sir Donald Bradman, 20 Glebe Street Bowral, overlooking Bradman Oval.
Dedicated to displaying and preserving Australia’s national game of cricket, the Bradman Museum celebrates the spirit of cricket, and the rich history and legacy of the game. Charting its remarkable story around the globe over half a millennium. The museum's themed exhibitions feature an extensive collection of over 52,000 thousand items, to illustrate and interpret leading international players, key individuals, corporations, and major events which have all shaped cricket’s development to the present.