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Cricket museum Blades Of Glory is the biggest in the world and showcases statistics, cricket memoirs, souvenirs & a lots of insights into Indian and international cricketers.
What Is It?
As you enter the Blades Of Glory, you will be greeted with a summary of the last three decades of the gentleman’s game. It proves to be a great place for all cricket fans and has autographed mementos of the rarest cricket souvenirs. We all admire Sachin Tendulkar and this museum features many of his cricket accessories as he was the man who scored over 100 centuries in his international cricket career.
The museum can be visited every day of the week but the timings and price for the ticket are fixed.
What’s In It?
Among the accessories, you can take a look at caps, jerseys, shoes and guards used by expert players of the game while they made a century, took a tough wicket or made epic contributions to make their team win.
Other than that, it displays autographed accessories by many more legends of the game like – Michael Clarke, Mahela Jayawardene, Sanath Jayasuriaya, Virendra Sehwag and Chris Gayle.
There are special days organized where you can watch videos and clips of previous legendary matches.
Address: Blades of Glory Cricket Museum,
3rd Floor, Govind Gaurav Apartment C,
Swanand Society Lane 1, Sahakar Nagar 2.
Pune – 411009 Maharashtra, India
Phone: +91 9822454567
Cost of ticket: ₹50 per ticket
Timing: 10.30 AM up to 7 PM
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