MUSEUM

THE HERITAGE ROOM
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Moving from the Portrait gallery you will enter the Heritage Room where exhibits dating back to 1895 (a photo of the Barbados and English cricket teams that played at Kensington in that year) can be found.

You will learn about the early masters of Barbados cricket including Horace Deighton and George Burton who introduced the game into the school curriculum. As well, they will read about the early stalwarts such as George Challenor who played on the first West indies Test team in 1928.

Around the room there are several cabinets filled with valuable memorabilia, including autographed bats, scorecards, souvenir magazines, photos and press clippings, which were generously loaned or donated by various collectors.

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By its nature, the Cricket Legends of Barbados Museum offers a variety of donor opportunities for heritage minded individuals, foundations and businesses.