Located in the Melbourne Cricket Ground, one of Australia’s most notable sporting shrines, Australian Sports Museum plays an important role in documenting sports in a country often obsessed with such pursuits. Founded in 1986, the museum boasts exhibits focused on cricket, soccer, rugby, basketball, and Australian rules football, as well as the Australian Sports Hall of Fame and the Australian Racing Museum. Plan your visit to Australian Sports Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Melbourne attractions website.
Tours to Australian Sports Museum
$149 BOOK WITH VIATOR Half-Day Sports Lovers Bus Tour of Melbourne with Tour Options
Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
$52 BOOK WITH VIATOR Sports Tour of Melbourne with MCG Tour and Australian Sports Museum Access
Duration: 3 to 4 hours
$44 BOOK WITH VIATOR Sports Tour of Melbourne with Australian Sports Museum Access
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Australian Sports Museum reviews
This Museum tells the history of sport in Australia, which is truly a sporting nation. Apart from notable sporting memorabilia, there are intereactive displays which will entertain the younger... more »
Australians have a passion for sport. There is a whole range of exhibits, including a replica of the Ashes, cricket's greatest prize. Many of the exhibits are interactive, making the story of... more »
Enjoyable 3 hours looking at our wonderful sporting history. Lots of different sections and some amazing memorabilia. Brings back lots of great memories and some of those wonderful moments from our..... more »
Strangely not too busy here in January school holidays. Good mix of displays and interactive exhibits to satisfy young and old. Matchday experiences for the kids (and parents!) are well worth the extra few dollars. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff on hand as well. We spent more time here than we thought we would. Highly recommended.
Well worth a visit if you enjoy see some of sport’s history, my interest was the cricket. Fantastic hologram of Shane Warne speaking of his experiences playing here. I’ve added a video clip of this.
An amazing collection sporting history across a almost every sport Aussies have been involved in. Recommend a visit and allow a few hours for a good look around
Exciting place across two levels. One traditional and another interactive part. Brilliant for kids too.
It was nice, but there wasnt anything to do with sports there? Just tennis.... everywhere...
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