With New Zealand on a post-World Cup football high, and in the spirit of dual internationals like Ces Dacre and Vic Pollard, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is getting behind the Football United Tour when it hits Wellington.
The Museum will be open to fans of the Wellington Phoenix, Sydney FC, West Ham United and Newcastle United from 10.30am-3.30pm on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July. Entry by donation.
Hours and admission costs
The New Zealand Cricket Museum is open by appointment only from April to October 2014. Appointments can be made by calling 04 385 6602, entry to the Museum is by donation.
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The New Zealand Cricket Museum is situated in the Museum Stand at Wellington’s iconic Basin Reserve. The Basin Reserve is located at the southern end of Kent and Cambridge Terraces, and the northern end of Adelaide Road.Parking is available on many of the streets around the Basin Reserve.
Pedestrian access to the Basin Reserve is via the CS Dempster Gate on Buckle Street and the JR Reid Gate on Rugby Street.
The following GO Wellington buses regularly travel from Courtney Place to Adelaide Road (next to the Basin Reserve): 1, 3, 4, 22, 23, 43, 44.
New Zealand Cricket Museum
PO Box 578
Phone: (04) 385 6602