A focus case in the Champions: Thoroughbred Racing Gallery celebrates the career of the late champion jockey, Roy Higgins.
This National Sports Museum exhibition captures some of our most treasured medals – from the famous to the unnoticed.
A focus case exhibition to be unveiled today i
The second and final stage of installations ha
On 3AW Breakfast radio, AFL legend Leigh Matth
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Little Champs! is a program for children aged 3-6 years. Next event to be held on October 20.
The Game On interactive gallery is loads of fun for people of all ages.
View the stunning permanent and temporary exhibitions in the National Sports Museum.
A visit to the National Sports Museum is a popular choice for students and teachers.
The National Sports Museum, located at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is home to Australia's finest collection of sporting heritage.
The museum is open from 10am-5pm daily, with varied access when sporting events are held at the MCG. View admission prices
There are exhibitions on Australian football, cricket, the MCG, Olympics and much more!
The National Sports Museum is supported by the Australian Government through funding from the Department of Health and Ageing.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are warned that the National Sports Museum may contain images and voices of deceased persons.