Melbourne Cricket Ground - Excursions and Learning Resources
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Excursions and Learning Resources

A visit to the MCG is a popular choice for students and teachers. There is plenty to see and do when your group visits the MCG.

Usually, schools combine a tour of the MCG with a visit to the National Sports Museum. For more information about excursion choices, click here.

Teachers are admitted free of charge at anytime to preview the MCG Tour and/or the National Sports Museum, upon presentation of their VIT card.

For inquiries please phone our Visitor Experience Co-ordinator on (03) 9657 8864 or email.

In preparation for your class' visit to the MCG precinct, view our online Learning Resources.

The links below will provide you with general information about the MCG. We trust you find them educational, enjoyable and informative.

 

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