7 Priory Avenue
- 01823 275893
www.somersetcricketmuseum.co.ukContact Somerset Cricket Museum
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SOMERSET CRICKET MUSEUM IS NOW CLOSED UNTIL NEXT SEASON
Out of season group visits can be arranged by telephoning 01823 275893 or emailing [email protected]
Open April to October
Please note: during First Class matches entrance to the museum is only available to people who have paid admission to the match. The museum opens one hour before start of play and closes after tea.
Please ring to check we are open if you are travelling any distance.
Special arrangements for groups may be made out of season and out of hours.
Members: Free for SCCC and SCM members
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Somerset and cricket go hand in hand. Explore the fascinating history of Somerset County Cricket Club housed in one of Taunton's oldest buildings.
Taunton is the home of women's cricket; see displays about Women's Cricket. Enjoy objects relating to I Zingari - one of the wandering cricket teams.
The size 15 boot belonged to Joel Garner, a 6ft 8in fast bowler who played for Somerset County Cricket Club. He was famed for being one of the most difficult bowlers to face in world cricket.
There are currently no events happening at Somerset Cricket Museum.
No volunteering opportunities are available at Somerset Cricket Museum. Find out more about volunteering here
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Schools and groups are invited to discuss options with the curator.
Please telephone between 10:00-12:00 Monday - Friday.
The museum has a large range of cricket record books which can be made available on site or, by agreement, on loan.
Please contact the Museum for more information.
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