Melbourne Cricket Ground - MCG Tour Group Bookings
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MCG Tour Group Bookings

Tours of the Melbourne Cricket Ground allow visitors to savour great moments in sport at the stage on which sporting heroes of today and yesterday performed.

They are also a great way to reward your team or conduct group learning.

For individuals or groups less than 20 people, there is no need to book in advance. You can either, simply arrive at Gate 3 and join the next departing tour or you can pre-purchase your ticket online.

The MCG offers many varied options for a group experience (20 or more people). These include:

The MCG concourse outside Gate 1.Group Booking – within regular business hours
MCG Tour only –  $16.50 pp*
NSM visit only – $16.50 pp
Combined visit – $22.50pp**

Group Booking – Nights or Weekends
MCG Tour only –  $16.50 pp*
NSM visit only – $16.50 pp

Combined Visit – $22.50pp**
Booking Form for the above experience

Group Booking – Seniors Luncheon package
Group Booking – Learning Excursion (Schools)

Booking Conditions

- Allow a minimum of four weeks to schedule a visit.
- Allow one week for processing and confirmation.
- Confirm numbers one week before your visit.
- For cancellations, please provide three working days’ notice.
- Cheques made payable to the National Sports Museum Ltd. 
- We do not invoice groups after their visit.
- Please note: Payment is required before the date of your visit. 
- Payments not received prior to visit may incur an administration fee.

*MCG tour departures are subject to availability.
** Combined package not always available on MCG event days.

For more information, phone (03) 9657 8879.

 

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