Melbourne Cricket Ground Tour: Dive into Australia's Iconic Sporting Heritage
4.7
286 Ratings
Melbourne

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), an iconic Australian stadium with a rich history, stands unmatched in its tradition and heritage, reinforcing Melbourne’s reputation as the global sports capital. Experience the world-renowned amenities of the ‘G and delve into its past with a behind-the-scenes guided tour of the MCG.

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
Highlights
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) - Explore Australia’s favourite stadium by taking a guided MCG tour. Experience the inner sanctum of the MCG, walk on the famous hallowed turf and learn the secrets and history of the mighty ‘G!\n\nHighlights of this must-see tour include the famous MCC Long Room, a walk on the arena, 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, Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre and City Terrace with view’s of Melbourne’s stunning skyline. \n\nLearn from our knowledgeable tour guides and understand what makes the MCG the heartbeat of Melbourne. \n\nNote: some areas on the tour route are subject to availability and alteration.
What's Included
  • Guided Tour of the MCG
What's Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Additional Information
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Tours run for 75 minutes and depart daily, except on select public holidays and event days
  • Entry to MCG Tours and Australian Sports Museum is at Gate 3 of the MCG
Location
Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Brunton Ave, Yarra Park, Jolimont
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Customer Ratings
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Chrisjed2016
Mar 21, 2024
Great experience - The tour was exceptional and Adrian, our guide, was amazing. Highly recommended for AFL and cricket fans. Suitable for all ages. Excellent value and a must do Melbourne experience
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Global06589105975
Mar 20, 2024
Great tour - We loved this tour. Being huge cricket fans we were keen to see this amazing stadium. We had the privilege of being shown round by MCC member Bryan Dunlop who was more than happy to share his knowledge with enthusiasm. We included the sports museum tour. We purchased tickets to watch an AFL match the next evening. COLLINGWOOD v SYDNEY SWANS. Such an exciting sport. We had an amazing time. Well worth watching. The huge crowd consisted of supporters from both teams who mixed without any issues. Hopefully our next visit will be to watch an ashes cricket match. The ground is easily accessible via Danihers way and a beautiful walk along the Yarra river.
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Vietnamexplorer
Mar 16, 2024
MCG Tour - a definite! - FANTASTIC! Definitely do this tour if you're in Melbourne - well worth the $$. David was our guide - fantastic bloke, lots of information and had a great sense of humour as well. Interesting that there's over 120,000 people on the Members waiting list... All positives!! well done MCG!
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Markli9341sk
Mar 1, 2024
Not to be missed - A really excellent experience which my wife (not a cricket fan and neither of know Aussie Rules) enjoyed as much as I did. A lovely friendly welcome, we were early but they put us on an earlier slot with our guide Carol….who was excellent. Friendly, efficient, full of knowledge and inclusive The tour takes you everywhere behind the scenes, though not on the grass which was being re-laid anyway after the Taylor Swift concerts Highly recommended although we booked via Trip Advisor with loads of options since the MCG website offered no availability for weeks!
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Smiler1956
Feb 29, 2024
Cricketing heaven! - Visited with my wife. My eldest son gave me two tour tickets for my birthday, when he heard we planned to visit the ground whilst in Melbourne. Being a great cricket fan it was a tremendous gift, and I have to say this is one of the best stadium tours I have ever been on. The staff were great, and the guide was very experienced, and provided some huge insights into the history of the ground. A memory I will keep for ever!
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Sue_g
Feb 29, 2024
All of the tour was... - All of the tour was interesting the tour guide was very well informed His name was Peter Tour started on time
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Gregory_s
Feb 28, 2024
MCG tour - Seeing behind the scenes , the rooms, the library. Clever , knowledgeable and funny tour guide and he disliked Collingwood
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Anuj_g
Feb 27, 2024
Insightful tour of MCG - David, our guide was very nice and he explained everything in detail. He had good understanding of all the parts of the stadium and was able to share insights and answer questions if any. Overall a good tour for us of the MCG. Being a cricket lover, I enjoyed every bit of it.
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I2611svdavidt
Feb 16, 2024
Triple M C G - I never knew it was the Melbourne Cricket Ground, I always thought it was the 'triple M C G ' I was shocked. PS the building is round.
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Murtyc
Feb 13, 2024
A Must-See for Cricket Fans - I have always wanted to visit this legendary cricket ground, one of the biggest cricket stadiums in the world and home to innumerable cricket legends. As it was a pleasant day, I walked to the stadium from my hotel in the central business district, which took me less than 30 minutes. It was thrilling to see the grounds outside sprinkled with the statues of legendary cricketers like Dennis Lillee and Shane Warne. I went on the stadium tour, which was about 90 minutes long and quite complete. It included the visiting and home team lounges, the Blazer Bar (with pinups of every cricket team’s blazers), journalist booths, board seats and lounge, indoor nets, a review of what goes into making a pitch, a special statue of Sir Don Bradman, and famous photographs including one of Sachin Tendulkar meeting Bradman. There were also high jump and long jump distance markings from the winning jumps in the 1956 Olympics, which took place there. Well worth it, if you are a cricket fan.
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