The Australian Sports Museum is no ordinary museum.From interactive exhibits to sporting challenges, there’s so much to experience and interact with. Discover touchscreens, climbable objects and crowd favourite Game On, where you can put your own skills to the test.
MCC Members are also invited to explore the inner sanctum of the ground with a MCG Tour. The fully guided 60-minute tour explores the depths of the MCG- from stepping onto the hallowed turf to entering the player change rooms and exploring the history-etched roots of the Long Room and Melbourne Cricket Club Library.
MCG Tours and the Australian Sports Museum trade seven days a week, excluding MCG event days, with tours running between 10.00am and 3.00pm.
Tickets for both the MCG Tours and Australian Sports Museum need to be pre-booked to assist with capacity management and contact tracing. Pre-book online now.
The MCC is pleased to confirm that MCC members will receive free access to MCG Tours and the Australian Sports Museum, until the end of March, 2022.
The MCG Shop inside Gate 3 of the MCG is also open, trading in line with the opening hours of the Australian Sports Museum.
Visiting the Australian Sports MuseumIn line with the current Victorian Government health directives, all venues within the MCG will only be accessible to fully vaccinated patrons (over the age of 12 years and two months). Children under 12 years and two months old do not need to be vaccinated but must be accompanied by fully vaccinated adults.
Unvaccinated patrons will not be permitted to enter the MCG, unless they are able to display a valid immunisation medical exemption provided by a Victorian Government-approved health professional.
As visitors arrive at the MCG, they will be asked to bring up their COVID-19 digital certificate to display to MCG staff at the entrance gate in one of two ways:
- Scan the QR code outside the entrance gate using the Services Victoria App on your smart device.
- Show their COVID-19 digital certificate in the same smart wallet on their device, that houses their digital ticket from Ticketek. All patrons will still be required to “check-in” to the MCG via the Services Victoria app.
Visitors without a smart device will be required to provide a printed version of the COVID-19 digital certificate or a copy of their full Immunisation History statement provided by the Australian Government (with coat of arms), which can be used as evidence of vaccination. An immunisation statement provided by a general practitioner (GP) will not be accepted.
The Australian Sports Museum and MCG Tours are open seven days a week (excluding MCG event days). Find out more at australiansportsmuseum.org.au
As a MCC member you can take a MCG Tour or visit the Australian Sports Museum for free until March 31, 2022.