The Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Fame is dedicated to telling the stories of thoroughbred racing in Australia and preserving the rich history of the “Sport of Kings”.
The Australian Racing Museum is part of the Museum Accreditation Program (MAP), a framework used by museums, galleries, historical societies, heritage sites, and archives to improve operations and increase organisation profile. Click here to find out more.
Our collection is on display at the National Sports Museum, Gate 3, Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The Champions gallery features some of the most beautiful and important horse racing treasures imaginable, as well as some “gems” that have never been displayed before.
The Australian Racing Museum aims to stimulate awareness, understanding and enjoyment of the nation’s thoroughbred racing heritage and conserve, develop, interpret and promote its Collection.
Induction into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame is the industry's highest accolade.
These fact sheets contain key information regarding the breeding, major wins and career highlights for some of racing's greatest champion horses.
Enthusiastic and experienced researchers are available to search the Australian Racing Museum resources and respond to enquiries.
Our Resource Centre has a growing collection of books, magazines and news clippings.