Kapil to Kohli: India’s Rise to Cricket Greatness

01/12/18 Category: Blog Posted by:

This Autumn, see out the season with the exclusive ‘Bradman XI’ Museum Package Deal!

Relive your cricket memories in the Bradman Museum’s nine world-class galleries; including the Bradman, World Series Cricket and International Galleries. Watch documentaries, short-films and don’t miss the interactive challenges for kids. Allow up to 3 hours to get the most from your visit.

Due to popular demand, our major exhibition ‘Kapil to Kohli’ is being extended to April 15, 2019. Discover the Indian cricket team’s rise to cricket greatness over more than a century. Their stellar success endures into the present historic 2018/19 tour of Australia. Plenty of opportunities to have your photo taken alongside the official portrait of Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli jersey.

PLUS, take your photo with a Women’s T20 World Cup!

This end-of-season ‘Bradman XI’ all-inclusive package deal includes a complimentary Bradman Cafe home-made warm scone with tea/coffee and for the kids, a choice of a soft-drink or Hot Chocolate.

AND, every museum visitor during March can enter the draw to win a ‘Family Fun Photography Package’ with Naomi Hamilton Photography, valued at $100!

Kapil to Kohli at the Bradman Museum

We are celebrating the Indian cricket team’s tour of Australia this summer with an exhibition ‘Kapil to Kohli’.

Journeying through the subcontinent nation’s rise to cricket greatness over more than a century, their success endures into the present day. The exciting keynote exhibit holds many significant artefacts by legends of Indian cricket from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Amongst these Titan’s of cricket features the great Sachin Tendulkar – regarded as one of the world’s greatest batsmen.

Notably, the exhibition calendar will also feature an official unveiling of Sachin Tendulkar’s portrait, by prominent Australian artist, Dave Thomas ON Sunday 2 December. Dave Thomas had India’s favourite son sit for his portrait in 2014 when Tendulkar visited the Bradman Museum. This is the first time the portrait will be seen in public. It will be added alongside other portarit’s by Thomas in the museum including Sir Vivian Richards, Adam Gilchrist, WG Grace. The commissions compliment the museum’s famed portrait of Sir Donald Bradman, by the late Australian artist, Bill Leak.

The exhibition opens on 2 December and will run through to April 15, 2019. Located within the Bradman Museum’s international cricket hall, the exhibition entry is included in General Admission and is suitable for all ages.

Our Museum hours are 10am to 5pm 7 days, closed Christmas Day.

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