Kids at Bradman

01/10/19 Category: Blog, Events, Featured, Featured Bradman, News Posted by:

Fun for kids every day of the summer holidays!

There’s plenty of fun for kids over the school holidays at the Bradman Centre!

There’s fun activities every day for the whole family, (even if cricket is not your thing).

Heritage Raider is back by popular demand! A behind the scenes VIP museum experience with our curator.

Step back in history in authentic & cool cricket nostalgia at Cabinet of Curiosities!

Fun discovery trails for young fans and families through Bradman Museum, in search of treasures & trivia.

PLUS test your reflexes at Skill Zone: compare your Reactor Challenge score with Steve Smith and Nathan Lyon’s!

Enjoy the sunshine on Bradman Oval at Willow Whacka’s in a ‘Knock with Jock’ modified cricket on the oval

– great for all ages!

Or grab a complimentary cricket kit from the front counter and enjoy your own game on Bradman Oval with family and friends for Bat on Bradman.

All included with General Admission to Bradman Museum throughout the Summer School Holidays

December 5 2019 – January 28 2020.

Museum General Admission

Children 5-17yrs: $11

Adults: $20 Family Pass (2 adults+2 children): $50

What’s on:

Fri Jan 17:

Oval – Willow Wacka’s 12.30 to 1pm.

Tues Jan 21:

Museum – Heritage Raider 11am to 12pm.

Museum – Cabinet of Curiosities 12.30 to 1.30pm.

Wed Jan 22:

Museum – Heritage Raider 11am to 12pm.

Museum – Cabinet of Curiosities 12.30 to 1.30pm.

Oval – Willow Wacka’s 12.30 to 1pm.

Thurs Jan 23:

Oval – Willow Wacka’s 12.30 to 1pm.

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