Tickets for Casa Milan Museum
Modern HQ of beloved Serie A side AC Milan
- 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 Cucina Milanello has delicious food and huge screens to catch the next match
Casa Milan, in the city of Milano, is the literal and figurative HQ for AC Milan. With an interactive museum, swag-filled official store, and a surprisingly inviting restaurant, this spot is unmissable for Milanisti. And, even if you're not a hardcore calcio fan, it's still a fun place to let the spirit of the beautiful game infect you for a few hours.
AC Milan was founded in 1899 - the same year as the paper clip. Since then, one of these items has become a wildly successful international phenomenon. The other holds paper together.
Though the team's fortunes have been up and down in recent years, AC Milan is one of the most supported football teams in Italy and Europe. They've also won the European Cup/Champions League seven times - second only to Real Madrid!
And not only are they a historically important team and a winning squad, they also recently built this massive cutting-edge complex to welcome their fans. Here is everything AC Milan: team headquarters, store, museum, ticket office and even a restaurant (they are Italian after all - of course there's delicious home-cooked food here).
MIND AND BODY: Don't just come to interact with the museum displays, gawk at the trophy case, and eat a delicious meal. Pick up an official AC Milan football from the store and then spend hours practicing stepovers in the plaza outside. You are the spirit of football.
Show your smartphone ticket together with a valid ID at the entrance.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Metro: Lilac line to Portello or red line to Lotto.
And the store is almost similar to the store in duomo square