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Casa Milan Museum

  • If you're into AC Milan, you're already planning on coming here. But even if you're not, this is actually a pretty fun place to spend some football-focused time
  • Featuring lots of interactive displays for adults and kids this is a paradise for football fanatics and even casual supporters
  • The restaurant Casa Milan Bistrot has delicious food as well as a focus on plastic-free and eco-friendly products
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About: Casa Milan Museum

A.C. Milan is one of the world’s great football clubs, and this museum combines 115 years of glittering success with a modern and innovative use of multimedia technology.

Get to know club and world greats like Franco Baresi and Marco Van Basten in the Hall of Fame, and explore the Trophies Room – A.C. Milan have won seven European club championships and numerous Italian ones. Interactive displays are featured throughout and the highlight is the holographic theater, where the likes of Paolo Maldini will appear to come to life!

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Casa Milan Museum
8,Via Aldo Rossi, 20149, Milan
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