Milan is one of the cultural capitals of Europe and accordingly it is full of fun sites and attractions that will fill your time with great pleasure and make your urban vacation particularly interesting. It is great even on rainy and muggy days because most of the cultural events and places related to this scene are and take place under one roof.
If you also like your freedom marked by culture and especially if you are a fan of museums and have an affinity for sports in general or football in particular, the Casa Milan Museum is without a doubt one of the must-see sites for you and even if you are not one of the fans of this specific team – believe us you are in for an experience Fascinating and exciting and you will not be disappointed.
But maybe it’s worth going back a little and making an order even for those who are not familiar with the sport. It is said that the AC Milan team is considered one of the most magnificent football teams in the world and the most profitable among the Italian teams.
The team’s official stadium (San Siro Stadium) is also considered one of the popular tourist centers in the city of Milan and it also has a museum dedicated to the legendary team – but according to the opinions of visitors to both museums, the Casa Milan museum is considered more comprehensive and interesting.
During the visit to the museum, you can learn a lot about the successful group, such as its fascinating history and how it reached its current position, get an impression of the various titles it has won over the years of its activity, and of course watch interesting and borderline exciting videos that will make you love the legendary group even more.
You can finish the visit in the best tradition at the souvenir shop next to the museum and if you still want to combine the visit to this museum with a visit to the stadium (and maybe also to the museum in the stadium), keep in mind that it is about half an hour’s walk away – but how do you say? You need to show sportsmanship, etc. Another option is to travel by metro, a short journey distance of only 3 stops.
A tip from us: if you want to reduce costs, it is recommended to purchase a combined ticket for the museum and the team’s stadium – there are upgraded tickets that also include lunch and the trips involved in this visit.
Additional options are for those who have purchased the combined attractions tickets of the city of Milan – Milan Pass holders get free entry to the museum, while Milan Card holders will enjoy a 20% discount.