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AC Milan Museum – tickets, prices, discounts, what to expect

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Casa Milan is the headquarters of AC Milan and is a popular tourist attraction, especially among soccer lovers.

Casa Milan is home to AC Milan Museum (locally known as Mondo Milan Museum), showcasing over 120 years of history within 1000 square meters of exhibition space.

The popular attraction has 40 display cases with rare historical artifacts, trophies and memorabilia that best represents the Club’s history

This article shares everything you should know before you book Casa Milan Museum tickets.

What to expect at AC Milan Museum

Casa Milan Museum is full of memorabilia that creatively exhibit AC Milan’s wins, losses and everything else in between

The museum narrates the club’s history by combining historic moments with interactive technology, creating a fun experience for the tourist. 

Memories and testimonies shaping AC Milan’s history will awe you. You will feel proud of their success and struggle. 

Tourists love the 20 monitors displaying the most important moments, 14 large touch screens with fun facts about the soccer club, and the 42 trophies on display.

TicketsCost
AC Milan Museum tickets€15
AC Milan Museum + Museum of Illusions€31
AC Milan Museum + Serravalle Designer Outlet€35
48-hour Milan Pass €79

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AC Milan Museum tickets

You can book the tickets to Casa Milan Museum online and skip the ticket counter lines at the attraction’s entrance.

Tickets are available offline as well, but why waste time standing at the ticket counter queues.

How online ticket works

After you buy the tickets for Mondo Milan Museum online, they will be sent to your registered email address.

No need to take printouts!

On the day of your visit, you can show the ticket on your mobile (and a valid ID) and enter the football paradise.

Ticket Prices

Adult ticket price (14+ years): €15
Child ticket (7 to 13 years): €12

There is free entry for kids below seven years. 

You have to show your kid’s ID cards to prove ticket eligibility. 

The 48-hour Milan Pass helps you explore Milan according to your interests, with fascinating discounts at tourist attractions, dozens of affiliated restaurants, shops, etc. 


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AC Milan Museum + Museum of Illusions

Museum of Illusions is just 6 kms (3.5 kms) from Casa Milan Museum, which is why tourists love to see them together.

When you buy this ticket to the AC Milan’s soccer museum and and the Illusions Museum, you also get a discount.

The ticket gives you the same privileges at Casa Milan Museum and access to an array of illusions at the Museum of Illusions. 

The combo ticket is priced at €31.35, and you get a 5% discount on the original price. 

AC Milan Museum + Serravalle Designer Outlet

This combo is the best option if you wish to cover the Museum and have some time for shopping. 

This ticket gives you access to the Mondo Milan Museum and a roundtrip to Europe’s biggest mall Serravalle Designer Outlet, for a shopping spree. 

The ticket is priced at €35 and is the perfect option for people who wish to make it a full day outing.


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Opening hours

During the peak season of 25 July to the end of August, Mondo Milan Museum is open from 10 am to 6 pm every day except for Tuesdays.

Rest of the year, AC Milan Museum is open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 10 am to 7 pm.

The last admission is always one hour before closure.

The soccer museum remains closed on 15 August.

Best time to visit Museum of AC Milan

Best time to visit Museum of AC Milan
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The best time to visit AC Milan Museum is as soon as they open at 10 am.

When you start early, the crowd has not come in, and you can explore all the exhibits at your own pace.

With fewer tourists, your photos will also not be full of people.

How long does it take?

Most tourists take around 30 to 40 minutes to see all the exhibits on display at Mondo Milan Museum. 

However, the tickets for Museum of AC Milan don’t have any time limits – once inside, you can stay on for as long as you want.


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How to reach AC Milan Museum

Casa Milan is situated in the Fiera Milano City/Portello neighborhood in Milan’s northwest.

Address: Via Aldo Rossi 8, Milano. Entrance off Piazza Gino Valle. Get Directions

You can either drive to the location or reach there by public transport. 

Public Transport

You can board the Red line and get down at Lotto. From Lotto, change your metro to the Purple line and get down at Portello stop.

Most tourists plan their journey from ATM Milano website

If you get on bus number 48, you should get down at Viale Serra/Viale Scarampo.

If you’re boarding bus number 68, you can get down at Via Albani/Piazza Stuparich.

Bus number 69 stops at Viale Certosa/Viale Serra.

Car Parking

If you plan to drive, it is best to fire up your Google maps, and get started!

AC Milan Museum has a paid parking facility with enough slots for all.


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What to see at Casa Milan

At Casa Milan you can relive the rich Rossoneri history of football. This place is heaven on earth for football lovers and is a good place to explore, even if you are not a football fan. 

Mondo Milan Museum

Mondo Milan Museum
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Here are some important facts about the museum –

  • More than 120 years of history is exhibited
  • More than 40 display cases with rare historical artefacts and memorabilia
  • 20 monitors displaying the most important moments, interviews and anecdotes from the AC Milan players
  • 14 large touch screens displaying fun facts
  • 42 trophies to see up close and snap selfies with
  • The largest replica of Champions League trophy standing at 3 meters and weighing in at 800kg. It is the centrepiece of the trophy room
  • 5 Ballon D’Or trophies

Casa Milan Store

Casa Milan Store
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Casa Milan Store is a place to shop all the official AC Milan products, including jerseys, shorts, sweatshirts, merchandise, and a lot more for you and your football-loving loved ones. 

Casa Milan Bistrot

Casa Milan Bistrot
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If you want to consume well-sourced, and eco-friendly products, visit the Casa Milan Bistrot. 

It is open from Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. 

Note: You can visit the soccer museum with your pets, provided it’s a small pet with a closed pet carrier. 

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