National Sports Museum, Melbourne

4.6
Located in the Melbourne Cricket Ground, one of Australia’s most notable sporting shrines, National Sports Museum plays an important role in documenting sports in a country often obsessed with such pursuits. Founded in 1986, the museum boasts exhibits focused on cricket, soccer, rugby, basketball, and Australian rules football, as well as the Australian Sports Hall of Fame and the Australian Racing Museum. Plan your visit to National Sports Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Melbourne attractions website .
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  • We did a tour around the MCG with a great guide and visited the long room. It was extremely interesting and informative but the best was still to come. Our ticket included a visit to the 'National Spo...  more »
  • What a morning, two hours looking at the Olympics and our heroes, football and the hall of Fame, cycling which drew the biggest crowds to the MCG,memorabilia for each event. Ian Thorpe's enormous size...  more »
  • Worth while if you like sports and there is a joint priced ticket if your going to see the cricket ground. Has loads of different sports and is interactive.  more »
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  • Definatly worth the price of entry. (Which is pretty good when you combine it with the MCG tour. Such a massive amount to see and fun interactive sport activities for both adults and kids!
  • The interactive part is fun. Good for the whole family
  • Couldn't get in as there was cricket on, would've had to purchase cricket tickets in addition just to get into the building. This wasn't clearly enough advertised, so a waste of time.
  • The iconic MCG stadium easily accessible
  • Great museum for Australian sports. Must see!!

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