National Badminton Museum

The National Badminton Museum has one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of badminton rackets, shuttles, badminton artefacts, archives and memorabilia in the world. The collection is displayed and can be seen at the National Badminton Museum, National Badminton Centre, Bradwell Road, Loughton Lodge, Milton Keynes MK8 9LA, which is the home of English badminton.

The National Badminton Centre : –  facilities and services include Restaurant – Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch. 25 room Lodge Hotel – Cooked and buffet breakfast included, free Wi-Fi, free health club use and Sky Sports is available, from £55 p/n. Health Club – no joining fee, no long-term contracts, 2 fully equipped gyms, 2 studios, 35+ classes per week, and Sauna. Bar – open every evening, Sky Sports, TNT Sport, pool table and free table tennis. 8 world-class badminton courts – drop-in badminton sessions suitable for all levels. Conference room and studio is available for hire. Free parking for all facilities. For more information about the National Badminton Centre and to book a room at the Lodge Hotel:- Click Here.   or go to the Badminton England website –  – National Badminton Centre – National Badminton Centre Hotel. For more general enquiries about the National Badminton Centre, please contact by phone: 01908 268400.

A large amount of reference material is available in the office of the National Badminton Museum. Please contact the Museum for an appointment.

Visitors are welcome to look around the Museum unescorted at any time. The National Badminton Centre is open-normally 9.00 am to 8.00 pm every day.  Admission is free.
If you have any badminton memorabilia, archive material or any other items and would like to donate them to the Museum, please contact us.
For further information on the National Badminton Museum at Milton Keynes or to become a ‘Friend of the Museum’, please e-mail: [email protected]

The National Badminton Museum is a small charity administered by volunteers. Please help to preserve the history of badminton by making a donation or becoming a ‘Friend’ of the Museum’. Charity Registration No. 1118059

To become a “Friend of the Museum” or to make a donation to the National Badminton Museum online or by cheque: –   Click Here.     Thank you.



This collection entry was last updated on 24/05/2024. Information incorrect or out-of-date?