Housed in the Old Stand (built 1924) at the Basin Reserve, once the players dressing room and tearooms, the museum is devoted to charting the development of New Zealand cricket in the last century. The collection chronicles from a time when underarm bowling was standard to present day. View a curved cricket bat dating from 1743 (the only one in the southern hemisphere) or a working cricket ball made out of red cross parcels used by New Zealand prisons of war.
- Open Hours: Summer - Nov to Apr - Monday to Sunday from 10:30 AM to 03:30 PM, Winter - May to Oct - Saturday to Sunday from 10:30 AM to 03:30 PM
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