National Sports Museum
The National Sports Museum located in the Melbourne Cricket Ground celebrates the place of sport in Australian life and will promote national identity and pride.
It provides a unique opportunity to showcase what Australian sportsmen and women have achieved on the world stage by exhibiting a collection of sports memorabilia from across all Australian sports in a single location.
The Museum houses
Sport Australia Hall of Fame
Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum
Australian Cricket Hall of Fame
Australian Football Hall of Fame
Items on display have been sourced in the first instance from the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum (AGOS-OM), which was established by the MCC in 1984.
In addition to items on display from the AGOS-OM collection, a range of organisations have made material available for inclusion in the National Sports Museum through a loan to the AGOS-OM.
More than 20 sports are actively collected with the top three sports represented in the collection being the Olympic Games (summer and winter), Australian football and cricket.
There is a wide range of material types held with documentation, photographs and garments accounting for close to 80% of holdings.
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❊ What's On ❊
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Brunton Avenue, Jolimont | Map
✆ (03) 9657 8879
Unlimited access to this and over 30 attractions for 3 or 7 days.
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❊ Web Links ❊
→ National Sports Museum
→ Sport Australia Hall of Fame - www.sahof.org.au
❊ Also See... ❊
→ Australian Football Hall of Fame
→ Melbourne Cricket Ground
→ Melbourne Cricket Ground & Sports Tour
→ National Sports Museum Tour including Lunch
→ Tour: Melbourne Cricket Ground
→ Melbourne Sports Tour
→ Melbourne Unlimited Attractions Pass
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