The MCC Museum is probably one of the world’s oldest sports museums at Lord's Cricket Ground in London and was opened in 1953. MCC Museum collection however spans back even further. Setting out the entire history of cricket from community clubs to a number of it's greatest players. When you visit this museum you also get a chance to see the Museum’s most famous real Ashes Urn which barely leaves the museum, the last time being in 2007 when it was visit by more than 100,000 fans in Australia. The Melbourne Cricket Club Museum is open throughout the year and can be included into the Lord's Stadium tour where you can explore and sit on the English team's bench and experience the ground from the player’s side.