Blades of Glory Cricket Museum
Are you a diehard fan of cricket? Are you a not so diehard fan of cricket? Are you obsessed with Sachin Tendulkar? Do you know most important statistics in the history of cricket? And so many questions regarding cricket. If your answers are yes or no, it doesn't matter because I guarantee that you will enjoy every little thing exhibited in this museum.
A blade of glory museum of cricket is situated at 3rd floor of Govind Gaurav apartment of Sahakarnagar in Pune, Maharashtra. Better way is from Swargate to Padmavati on Satara Road and by taking road to taljai hills; it’s hardly 10 minutes from Sahakar Nagar. Ticket for Museum is just 50/- Rs and its nothing compared to what we'll get to see inside.
Blades of glory are one of biggest museum in the world and probably the biggest in India. It showcases huge amount of bats and leather balls used by cricket legends and record holders on the field. It will blow your mind by watching huge collection by maintaining such level of class and some amazing facts.
It is recorded in Guinness Book of world record as a biggest cricket museum. But that doesn’t affects little bit in terms of qualitative and unique content of the museum. It showcased decently in 4000 Sqft of area. On the entrance of the museum, there is summary of how cricket bat evolved as times goes by. And then you get the idea of awesomeness of this museum. It is wonderful that how time changes the shape and nature of bat. After entering into museum, a video of idea of museum welcomes you and will refresh some of memories that you may have seen. And thereafter begins the collection of exquisite souvenirs of cricket history.
The trouser that Master blaster wore on his 50th test century, Muttiah Murlitharan's jersey when he became the only player to take 800 wickets in the world and Virender Sehwag's jersey that he wore against Sri Lanka where he scored double ton in 2010, everything just reminds you of your childhood when you grow up watching not only cricket but also legends in the history of cricket. And then you think of yourself how lucky was I to watch them playing. And whenever cricket is mentioned in India, it is impossible to not mention The God of cricket in India Sachin Tendulkar. Blades of glory have separate section for just Sachin. There are 200 replicas of bats of Sachin which he used in his 200 hundreds. There have been put lot of efforts to make this museum best at everything and it's worth visiting it.
Note: Gallery open 7 days a week.
Timing : Morning 10:30 AM to 7:00 PM IST.