About this space
Filled with over 30,000 exhibits, ranging from the cricketing kit of some of the greatest players in the world to the stuffed sparrow that was ‘bowled out’ by Jahangir Khan in 1936, the Museum is a treasure house that intrigues cricket fans and agnostics alike. And of course one exhibit towers above all the rest – the tiny Ashes Urn.
Located inside the Museum, the Brian Johnston Film Theatre (named after the much-loved cricket commentator) is a small theatre space used to screen films and footage from the cricketing world. It’s also perfect for seminars, presentations and press conferences.