A unique attraction in the Cricket Museum is the transformation of three “cellars’ into miniature “fields”, depicting the New Kensington Oval, Old Kensington and Sabina Park.
Two of these virtual exhibits – New Kensington and Sabina Park – are located in the Heritage Room. The new Kensington exhibit is a snapshot of an ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 match, depicting a jubilant West Indies team celebrating an important wicket.
The Sabina Park exhibits captures the first Test match against Australia in 1984 when wicketkeeper Jeff Dujon took a catch to dismiss Steve Smith off the bowling of Joel “Big Bird” Garner.
In the Icons Room you will find a replica of Old Kensington before its demolition in 2005. With this exhibit you can almost feel the history associated with the “old ground”, aided by the old metal seats, the “water hog” and Coca Cola clock. Even the groundsmen seem real!