Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground

MCG Tour

Tour operated by: Melbourne Cricket Ground

Address: Gate 3, MCG, Yarra Park, East Melbourne, Victoria 3002

Phone: 03 9657 8879  |  Fax: 03 9650 5682  

Email: contactus@nsm.org.au
Web: mcg.org.au/things-to-do/mcg-tour

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Open every day, explore Australia's favourite stadium by taking a guided MCG tour. Experience the inner sanctum of the MCG, walk on the hallowed arena and learn the secrets of the 'G on this very affordable experience!

Highlights of this must-see tour include the famous MCC Long Room, MCC Library (founded in 1873), MCG tapestry, player change rooms, cricketers' viewing room, Ron Casey media centre, portrait of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar, a walk on the arena, Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, City Terrace with view's of Melbourne's skyline.

Note: some areas on the tour route are subject to availability and alteration.

Learn from our knowledgeable tour guides, and understand what makes the MCG the heartbeat of Melbourne. Combine your behind-the-scenes MCG tour with a visit to the National Sports Museum for a truly memorable experience!

Tour pricing information (GST included)

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Adult

09/04/1531/03/16$22.00$30.00

Family

Two adults and up to four children.

09/04/1531/03/16$55.00$70.00

Child

Child under five are complimentary.

09/04/1531/03/16$11.00$15.00

Concession

09/04/1531/03/16$17.50$24.00

Payment methods accepted

EFTPOS  MasterCard  VISA Card 

Cancellation and booking policy

MCG Tours depart regularly between 10:00am and 3:00pm on non-event days and will take approximately 75 minutes. Tours are subject to availability and if your preferred tour departure time is fully booked, you will be offered the next available tour departure. Event day departures vary, visit the MCG website for more information.

Days of operation

Melbourne Cricket Ground, MCG Tours run daily except Melbourne Cricket Ground event days.

Departure details: 01/12/12 - 01/01/20

Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Tour starting location

Melbourne Cricket Ground, MCG Tour

Tour highlights

The Ponsford Stand

City Terrance - Melbourne's Skyline

Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre

MCC Library

Walk on the arena

Finish at the National Sports Museum

Mode of transport

  • Walk

Experiences

  • Sports
  • Walking

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Check-in desk
  • Guide
  • Public transport
  • Waiting area

Disabled access

Melbourne Cricket Ground, MCG Tours accommodate individuals and groups of all access abilities. Lift access is available between all levels of the Melbourne Cricket Ground. MCG Tour participates in the Carer Card Program offering free of charge access to carers. It is always recommended to contact them in advance to arrange any special access requirements.

Open every day, explore Australia's favourite stadium by taking a guided MCG tour. Experience the inner sanctum of the MCG, walk on the hallowed arena and learn the secrets of the 'G on this very affordable experience!

Highlights of this must-see tour include the famous MCC Long Room, MCC Library (founded in 1873), MCG tapestry, player change rooms, cricketers' viewing room, Ron Casey media centre, portrait of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar, a walk on the arena, Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, City Terrace with view's of Melbourne's skyline.

Note: some areas on the tour route are subject to availability and alteration.

Learn from our knowledgeable tour guides, and understand what makes the MCG the heartbeat of Melbourne. Combine your behind-the-scenes MCG tour with a visit to the National Sports Museum for a truly memorable experience!

Opening hours

On the day of an MCG event, visit the MCG website for more information about operating hours.

Daily
10:00am -3:00pm
Closed on Good Friday, Melbourne Cup Day and Christmas Day. Operating hours vary on MCG event days.

Memberships

  • Australian Tourism Export Council
  • Cultural Tourism Industry Group
  • Tourism Alliance Victoria

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