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As the super stage of Australian sport, a visit to the Melbourne Cricket Ground is an unforgettable experience.

Traditionally the MCG has provided the live drama to thrill millions worldwide… memorable events such as the Olympic Games, Test cricket and Australian football’s Grand Final on the last Saturday in September.

But behind the scenes, the MCG Tour gives the visitor the opportunity to relive their great sporting memories.

Take a guided tour of this marvellous stadium, where so many champions of yesterday and today have performed.

A fully accredited sports heritage complex and tourism destination, the MCG also houses the National Sports Museum.

The National Sports Museum is home to the Olympic Museum, Sport Australia Hall of Fame, Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and much more, including holograms of Shane Warne and James Hird and the Champions Thoroughbred Racing Gallery.

James Hird's hologram in Off the Bench at the National Sports Museum at the MCG.Visitors can choose between an MCG Tour, a visit to the National Sports Museum, or both!

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Can't get to the MCG? Then why not take our Virtual Tour?

 

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