Sydney Cricket Ground Museum

Overview

The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Museum is dedicated to collecting, documenting, preserving and displaying the unique sporting and social activities that have occurred on the grounds of the Sydney…

The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Museum is dedicated to collecting, documenting, preserving and displaying the unique sporting and social activities that have occurred on the grounds of the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Sports Ground since the mid 1800s.

Significant items in the the museum include the baggy green caps of cricket legends Victor Trumper, Don Bradman and Steve Waugh, and Ricky Ponting's 2007 bat.

There are also early documents from the grounds' administration, and images of early international sporting matches played at the SCG.

The SCG Museum is accessible via the SCG Tour, a 90 minute behind the scenes historical journey through the Sydney Cricket Ground precinct and the SCG Museum.

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