WACA Ground Tours & Museum
The WACA is the home of cricket in Western Australia and the venue's ground tours and museum both explain and display the history of this famous cricket ground.
 

Hours
*NO GROUND TOURS FROM MONDAY 23 FEBRUARY TO FRIDAY 6 MARCH DUE TO 2015 ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP. GROUND TOURS RESUME MONDAY 9 MARCH
*MUSEUM CLOSED FROM MONDAY 23 FEBRUARY TO FRIDAY 6 MARCH DUE TO 2015 ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP. MUSEUM RE-OPENS ON MONDAY 9 MARCH
Museum open from 1pm-7pm during World Cup matches (28/2/15, 4/3/15 & 6/3/15), visitors will need to be attending the matches to visit the Museum.

*Upon resumption on Monday 9 March
Ground Tours:  Monday to Friday 10am and 1pm.
Museum: Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm.                              
Note: The only way to view the ground is to do a supervised Ground Tour. Allow approximately two hours for your Ground Tour.
Ground Tours are not available on match days, public holidays or weekends.
Museum hours will vary on match days and access is usually only available for those already attending the match.          
     
Ground Tour and Museum Prices
Ground Tours (prices include museum entry) Prices currently under review for 2015
Adults $15
Concessions $12.50
Children u/15 $5
Children u/5 Free
Ground Tours for WACA Members and members of other cricket associations $10.

Museum only
Entry is by ‘gold’ coin donation.
WACA Members are Free of Charge (Please present Member's Card).

Bookings
Visitors wanting to do a ground tour are not required to book, however if a large group (around 10 or more) is involved then a booking is required. These bookings can be made for a time convenient to the group and outside of our advertised ground tour times. Prices apply but carers are free of charge. Please contact the museum to discuss your visit.

Contact
Phone: +61 8 9265 7318
 
Gift Shop
The WACA gift shop will be closed from Saturday 7 February to Monday 16 March 2015.
 
Getting There
Visitors can take the FREE Red route (Number 2) or Yellow route (Number 3) CAT bus from Perth to the WACA Ground.
Ground entry is via the gate on Hale Street, near the corner of Nelson Crescent and Hale Street.

Other Important Information
The museum is not open on weekends or public holidays.
Ground tours do not operate on weekends, public holidays or match days.