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New Zealand Cricket Museum

General Information

2 Rugby St, Mount Cook, Wellington

Opening Times - Check before visiting as might change

Open every Sunday 11am-2pm and on game days - Please check our website for restricted access days.

Today, when visiting the museum, you can immerse yourself in our interactive exhibits, test your skills as a batter in our VR, explore the science behind the sport, and relive some of the most unforgettable moments in New Zealand cricket history. Whether you're a lifelong fan of the game or simply curious about its origins, the New Zealand Cricket Museum has something for everyone. Come and experience the thrill of the game and learn about the incredible players and teams that have made cricket such an important part of New Zealand's cultural heritage.
Notes for Cardholders

Standing and Queuing
We will ask you to take a seat and place you in the virtual queue so that when your turn comes we will serve you.
Level Access
There is a ramp to access the building but we have no parking as we are part of the Basin Reserve grounds. The Basin Reserve grounds have one accessible carpark available.
Our building is not large and there is plenty of seating throughout that you are welcome to use. Our accessible parking is less than 50m away. There are bus stops on the North (Kent Terrace) and South side of the ground (Adelaide Road). For further information, visit Metlink or call 0800 801 700
Urgent Toilet Access
We have 1 accessible toilets and 1 standard toilets. If you present this icon to us we will ensure you are next to use the toilet in a discrete way.
Disability Assist Dogs
We comply with the NZ law with respect to Disability Assistance Dogs. The staff will offer you water for your dog and will indicate the nearest place for the dog to relieve itself.
Essential Companions
We do not require payment to enter so your companion is more than welcome if they want to purchase something or not.
Difficulty Accessing Visual Information
Through the Training, the staff are well-informed about adapting their communication and assisting individuals who are blind or have low vision. They can assist you to a seat and guide you a seat / toilet if required.
Difficulty Accessing Audible Information
Through the training that the staff have done with the Hāpai Access Card, they are aware of how they can modify how they communicate with you. This includes making sure you can see their face when speaking, speaking clearly, use of pen and paper and being patient. The staff are aware of the NZ Relay service, so please use this if you think it appropriate when ringing if needed.
Hidden Disabilities
Through the staff's training, they are generally aware of hidden disabilities. Please speak to them about how they can assist in making your time with us extraordinary.
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