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Welcome to the Somerset Cricket Museum.

The Main Entrance
Ground Floor - South Wing
Ground Floor - North Wing
Upper Floor - South Wing
Upper Floor - Picture Gallery
Upper Floor - North Wing
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The museum is 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.

On this Day in History: To view an illustrated timeline of SCCC – click here.

May-25th
25-05-1864 Birth date of Herbie Hewitt who played for Somerset from 1884-1893
 
25-05-2015 Lizelle Lee scored 111 in 60 balls, for Somerset Women, in a 50ov County Championship match against Devon. The match was held at the County Ground in Taunton. This score contributed to the highest score ever made by Somerset Women of 312-2 (from 50 overs).
25-05-2019 Somerset (245/4) beat Hampshire (244/8) in the Royal London One Day Cup Final  at Lords - James Hildreth hitting the winning runs.

With the 2024 County Championship season upon us and our first home match v Nottinghamshire starting on April 18th, the Museum will revert to its Summer opening schedule and be open during the lunch and tea breaks.

However, if you wish either to have a short visit to the Museum or indeed to buy some books from the Museum Book Shop at other times, do contact us via the Contact page to arrange a visit. We will be pleased to see you.

This video will give you an overall impression of the museum.  Please click the arrow to watch it.

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Virtual Tour of the Somerset Cricket Museum.


Somerset Former Players – Podcasts


Somerset CCC Cup Final videos

Audio pages can be found here

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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.


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The Trustees of the Somerset Cricket Museum acknowledge and are very grateful to the following organisation(s) for their support mainly resulting from their association with and / or sponsorship of Somerset County Cricket Club.

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