Access

Access

Wheelchair and mobility impaired access

National Sports Museum: The National Sports Museum caters for all mobility requirements and includes ramps and escalator access. The National Sports Museum has two levels. The bottom level can be accessed via stairs or a ramp.

MCG Tours: This is a walking tour of the stadium that runs for 75 minutes. Mobility impaired and wheelchair access is available for most parts of the MCG Tour. However, the ramp access to the playing surface is steep and some patrons may face difficulty using the ramp to access the playing surface. We do not recommend taking part in this section of the tour if you find it difficult to ascend or descend steep inclines.

Disabled Parking

Limited car parking spaces for disabled visitors are located at the corner of Jolimont Terrace and Jolimont Street, as is a drop-off zone. This area is close to Gate 1 of the MCG. There is no parking available at the MCG.

Guide Dogs

Guide Dogs and other registered assistance dogs are welcome at the MCG and National Sports Museum, in the gallery spaces and to all programs.

Toilets and infant room

Male and female amenities with wheelchair access are available in the foyer of the National Sports Museum inside Gate 3. Please look for signs or ask one of our staff. An infant room for parents and children is also provided on the entry level. The main wheelchair access toilet has a sign with Braille indicator.

The foyer inside Gate 3 is also home to a ‘Changing Places’ toilet, with the MCG becoming one of the first venues in Victoria to introduce advanced accessible bathroom facilities.

Companion and carer support

Companion/Carer Card holders can obtain free access to MCG Tour and National Sports Museum programs. We accept Companion Cards registered in Victoria and from other Australian states/countries.

Access Programs

The National Sports Museum Access program includes:
– Self guided tours of the National Sports Museum that can be enhanced with the use of our free audio tour.
– Smart Auslan: The audio tour is also available to hearing-impaired and deaf visitors.

Access the museum’s audio tours in Auslan and/or captions by borrowing the smart phone at the museum’s Audio Tour counter, or by downloading the OpenAccess Tours app and National Sports Museum content onto your own smartphone. Further information is available at openaccesstours.com.au.

For further enquiries, please call our staff in advance of your visit on (03) 9657 8879.