The museum reopens for the first four day game of the 2019 season on the 5th April.
The museum is located on the eastern edge of the cricket ground, behind the Ondaatje Pavilion and next to the County Sports shop.
The museum’s address is:
7 Priory Avenue,
We try to maintain a reliable opening schedule, and we usually do, but please bear in mind that we rely on a small number of volunteers who are not in the first flush of youth.
The museum opens on the first four day game of the season and closes for the winter at the end of October.
NON MATCH DAYS – we are open from 11.30am to 3.30pm Tuesdays to Fridays. Not open Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holiday Mondays.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to staffing difficulties we regret the museum will be open only on match days in June. For most of June the ground will be taken over by the ICC to stage three World Cup matches.
FIRST CLASS four day games – we are open from 11.30am until the end of the tea interval.
50 OVER games – we are open from 11.30am until the end of the break between innings.
PLEASE NOTE: access to the museum on match days is available only to people who have paid for admission to watch cricket.
T20 MATCHES – we are not open because the Club imposes restrictions on access to the ground throughout the day and the interval between innings is short.
It may be possible to open at other times for groups of visitors. Please contact the curator by telephone or e-mail at least a day in advance. He is available between 10.30am and noon most weekday mornings.
The ADMISSION CHARGE is £1 for adults, 50p for under 16s and free for members of Somerset County Cricket Club.