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MCG Tours

An MCG Tour takes in a walk on the famous arena turf.

The MCG Tour gives the visitor the opportunity to relive their great sporting memories through a comprehensive tour of this marvellous stadium.

MCG TOUR FEATURES

  • The Ponsford Stand
  • City Terrace - with views of Melbourne's skyline
  • MCC Members Reserve
  • MCG Tapestry
  • Players' change rooms (subject to availability)
  • Cricket viewing room (subject to availability)
  • Long Room
  • Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre
  • MCC Library
  • Media facilities (subject to availability)
  • A walk on the arena (subject to availability).

MCG Tours are a fully guided experience and take approximately 75 minutes.

Departing regularly between 10am-3pm from inside Gate 3 every day of the year (except Good Friday, Melbourne Cup Day, Christmas Day and major MCG event days).

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Admission is charged for either an MCG Tour or a National Sports Museum visit, or you can buy a combined ticket that admits to both experiences.

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Bookings are required for groups of 20 people or more. Click here to request a group booking.

Individual tickets for the MCG Tour and/or National Sports Museum can be pre-purchased online.

For school excursion choices and bookings please, click here.

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