There are now encouraging signs that the pandemic is being brought under control.
However, the museum and its office will remain closed until at least mid-July 2021 when it is anticipated that full crowds may be admitted to the ground.
Almost all the museum volunteers are in the at risk groups.
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Welcome to the website of Somerset Cricket Museum.
The museum is pleased to be a part of the Somerset County Cricket Club family, helping to make the Cooper Associates County Ground one of the most attractive and welcoming cricket grounds in England.
This video will give you an overall impression of the museum. Please click the video to watch it.
The ground and the museum are in the heart of Taunton, less than ten minutes walk from the main line railway station and the bus station and five minutes walk from the heart of the County Town’s main shopping centre.
Please go to the Somerset County Cricket Club website at www.somersetcountycc.co.uk for full information about the County Cricket Club, including car parking on match days.
Although there are no physical barriers between the Somerset County Cricket Ground and the museum buildings we are completely separate organisations. The museum was established in 1985 as the successor to the Somerset County Cricket Club Supporter’s Association. Throughout it’s life it has been generously supported by a membership scheme. There are currently about 110 members who pay £5 a year although many add a donation. The museum would not have survived over the years without their continuing support.