The Ashes have been retained on English soil for the first time in almost two decades, and from next month, Aussies will get to see the famous urn in person.
The State Library of Victoria is hosting the "Velvet, Iron, Ashes" exhibition, with the original Ashes urn on show from November 26 to February 23.
Ned Kelly's armour will also be on show as part of the event.
"We are also excited that the Ashes urn will soon return to Victoria to star exclusively in Velvet, Iron, Ashes - a fitting way to celebrate our Australian cricketers' great achievement in retaining the Ashes in England," library president John Wylie said on Tuesday.
The free, interactive exhibition draws on the experience of using a library to offer a new way of discovering Victoria's history.
Visitors will become their own detectives as they learn about the unexpected links between some of the state's most influential people, events and icons including Ned Kelly, the Ashes Urn, Freddo Frog, Yallourn Power Station and even Nappie Wash.
The Ashes urn is on loan from Marylebone Cricket Club in London.
Australian Associated Press