NZC Match Centre
The museum is currently going through a transitional phase and entry to the museum is by appointment only until further notice.
Please contact 04 385-6602 to make your appointment to be able to visit the museum and enjoy the wealth of New Zealand cricket treasures on display. The museum opening hours for appointments to view will remain as per the normal opening hours of between 10.30am and 3.30pm Monday to Sunday.
Phone: 04 385 6602Email: email@example.com
Summer season: 1 November to 30 AprilDaily. 10.30am-3.30pm and all match days
Winter season: 1 May to 31 October Saturday and Sunday only 10.30am-3.30pm
Closed: Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday
Summer season: Open Monday to Friday 10.30-3.30pm by prior arrangement (not match days)Winter season: As above but by special arrangement
Adults. $7.00Students/Children. $3.00
Children 12 years of age and under accompanied by an adult free.
School Groups and Community Groups by Arrangement (includes student groups @ $3.00 per student and teachers and adults @ $5.00 each).Guided tours $5.00 per student and $10.00 per adult.
The museum welcomes school/group visits by prior arrangement. We appreciate at least two weeks notice to enable successful liaison time with the Host/Guide and to ensure that you are able to book the most suitable times.
Note: The museum can comfortably accommodate 25 students and accompanying teachers and adults, split into two groups, at one time.
Tours can be organised to the New Zealand Cricket Museum, the R.A. Vance Stand, the Groundsmen’s Shed to the perimeter of the ground to view famous historical cricket plaques.
Museum toilet including disabled toilet.Bus & car parking adjacent to the museum.Museum shop stocks a variety of books, postcards, miniature cricket bats, balls etc.
The library is available for lending, research and study purposes. Hours by arrangement. A cornucopia of cricket history.
By Car: Drive in/enter by the southern (J.R.Reid) Gate at the Basin Reserve or park behind the RA Vance Stand (entrance from Sussex Street).By Bus: Stagecoach Wellington. Buses 1, 42, 43, 44 travel to/from Kent and Cambridge Terrace to the Central Railway Station.By Rail: NZ Tranz Metro units depart from the Central Railway Station.By Foot: Enter the Basin by the northern or southern Gates and proceed to the museum.
Smoking, food or drink are not permitted.
New Zealand Cricket MuseumThe Old GrandstandBasin ReservePO Box 578Wellington
Phone: (04) 385 6602email: firstname.lastname@example.org