National Sports Museum

National Sports Museum
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All sports fans are welcome to explore the National Sports Museum in Melbourne for a once-in-a-lifetime tour. This famous museum is located beside the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

This welcoming museum features some of finest collections of Australian sporting heritage. Come and find out for yourself why this venue has been a prime destination for sports enthusiasts in the city.

National Sports Museum MCG, Melbourne Opening Hours

The museum opens its gates daily from 10am to 5pm for visitors and those driving to the venue can take the road to the famous MCG access this museum. The museum charges a small fee for admission – guests can buy tickets at the gate.

Some of the famous exhibits at this museum include exhibitions on Australian Rules Football, the Olympics, cricket, and much more. You’ll see real photographs, fact finders, small videos, and many more relics. Each of the special moments during a famous game has been captured and restored.

Sports lovers will be excited to find all the amazing moments of many notable sporting events. You’ll surely love exploring the exhibits; with an impressive collection of 3,500 objects, artifacts and exhibits within the museum.

Many stories date back more than fifty years. With real pictures and videos, the museum is able to pass along these stories from generation to generation.

National Sports Museum Information

 Address:
Melbourne Cricket Ground,
Brunton Ave,
Melbourne, VIC
 Operating Hours:
10am - 5pm
  Enquiries
Phone: (03) 9657 8879
Email: [email protected]
 Ticket Prices/Admission:
Adult: $23
Concession: $18.50
Child (5-15yrs): $12
Child (under 5yrs): Free
Family: $55

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