The historic stadium has been operating since 1945
Kanpur's famous Green Park International Stadium will soon have its own museum. Divisional Commissioner Raj Shekhar is supervising the project and coordinating the development. The museum will include a state-of-the-art visitors' gallery, which will be inaugurated in a few weeks.
Celebrating the immense legacy of the field
The museum aims to chronicle the significant history of the one-time permanent Test centre. This includes information about Green Park's development, the matches played there, rare photographs and texts, and memorabilia such as trophies, bats, and other cricketing equipment used by players on the field.
Additionally, a short documentary is being produced based on this stadium, which will be screened at the museum. The visitors' gallery will also be decorated with relevant material about the famed stadium and about cricketers who achieved distinctions there. The visitors' gallery is currently being raised in the back portion of the first floor of the Director's Pavillion.