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Located at the MCG, the National Sports Museum presents world-class exhibitions of significant sporting artefacts. The museum houses the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum, Sport Australia Hall of Fame, Australian Cricket Hall of Fame...more
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We were a corporate tour group of 21 people and had a thoroughly enjoyable and informative tour with Roger. The feedback from all staff was that the tour and particularly our guide was just fantastic. The tour went for an hour, in which time we...More
While visiting Melbourne for a weekend of football with my son and grandson we visited the museum. First time here for nearly 20 years.
Beautifully laid out with a vast array of sporting memorabilia and helpful guides.
Could spend a long time here but we...More
Visited here with my family of four. The staff were so helpful and interested in showing us the exhibitions. Take your time to read and watch all the great collections over Australian sports.
The interactive section was a hit with my two boys and yes...More
Wow! This collection of memorabilia must have taken some time to collate & display. You could easily spend a couple of hours browsing. A sport for everyone to admire. Do not forget to ask to see Ian Thorpe's shoes. The size of a circus clowns,...More
Combine with a tour of the MCG and you won't be disappointed. Each cabinet shows a combined selection of memorabilia for each sport then there is the cricket area with all its history. Don't miss the holograph presentation with Shane Warne in the back corner...More
This is not a museum you would visit to fill in time - it has so much to see, so much to learn. If, like me, you expected you would be able to walk through this in an hour or so, you are sadly mistaken...More