Take a stroll down memory lane and marvel at the cricket wonders and treasures in the cricket museum at Herbert House, Fontabelle. This museum is the first heritage centre solely dedicated to cricket in Barbados.
Packed with memorabilia dating back to the early 1900s, the Museum fills the senses with nostalgia for those glory days when the West Indies stood on top of the cricketing world.
The Museum provides a wonderful and enriched world for both children and adults. As you walk through, you will get a sense of the sheer brilliance of some of Barbados’ masters of the game of cricket.
You will see the ball bowled by Wes Hall in the first-ever hat-trick by a West Indian, a bat autographed by the first West Indies team to tour England after the Region gained test status in 1928 and a blazer worn by England player, Trevor Bailey, in the West indies tour of 1953/1954.
Whether you are a cricket enthusiast or just interested in Barbadian heritage, you will be bowled over by the wealth of information superbly laid out in the intimate setting of the Cricket Museum.
By its nature, the Cricket Legends of Barbados Museum offers a variety of donor opportunities for heritage minded individuals, foundations and businesses.