Casa Milan

Casa Milan: Hours, Address, Casa Milan Reviews: 4.5/5

Speciality Museums
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10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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AC Milan has a new home: highly functional and modern headquarters intended to host all the supporters who wish to come in contact with our history!
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Neighborhood: Zone 8
How to get there
  • Portello • 3 min walk
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Fares Kewan
77 contributions
Couples
If you are acmilan fans you must visit the casa milan .when enter the musuem you fell huge emotion that can'tbe describe . You can see allthe cups the club wins, all the greatest players , also canbuy some t shirt at the milan store .
Written August 31, 2021
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jamesiron95
Scunthorpe, UK367 contributions
Couples
If you love football, you need to go here. Great homage to the history of AC Milan. Well set out, great history, and a real feel for the club. Free with Milan Card, must visit!
Written January 22, 2020
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richiej1984
Aberdare, UK1,139 contributions
Solo
Casa Milan is a good attraction for all football fans, not just AC Milan fans. The museum is just a short 5/10 minute walk from the metro stop Lotto and is well signed posted from the station.

If you visited the san siro stadium and was disappointed with the museum there, then this will make up for it. You will have to pay an extra €12 to enter casa museum, which is the only downside, but you do get a small reduction in ticket price if you've been to the stadium before hand and show them the san siro tour ticket!

The museum shows the complete history of AC Milan from the clubs beginnings up to present day. Plenty of memorabilia from the clubs history on show, along with video screens that tell the story of AC Milan's most successful and most famous seasons. The trophy room is quite impressive with 6 of the 7 European Cups won by AC on show. Also the shirts and ballon d'or awards from the several AC Milan players to have won it during their times playing for Milan.

The museum was quiet on a wednesday afternoon when i visited and most of the time was the only person wandering around. I spent a good hour and a half taking in all the museum has to offer, and was more than enough time to see everything.

Theres a standard club shop at the exit which is pretty similar to the one at the san siro.

I was pleased i made the effort to go to the museum after visiting the san siro and being disappointed with the museum there.

If your a football fan then make the effort!
Written August 3, 2016
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Alessandro F
Milan, Italy25,710 contributions
Solo
Arriving with all motorways from north, you will see this black and red palace on the left side at the end of motorway.
It was built in 2013 and the headquarters of the historical football club Milan , founded in 1899, have moved here.
There’s a museo too with the great numbers of cups won in Italy, Europe and over the world
Written January 4, 2021
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Marc138401
Glasgow, UK268 contributions
Solo
Entry fee was €15 and I have to say I was not impressed. I was in and out in 15-20 mins. It’s across one floor and while there is lots of information about the club’s history, 90% of it is in Italian. It’s really not worth the entry fee. Don’t waste your money.
Written July 15, 2019
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Crossonero9
Milan, Italy234 contributions
Solo
Its an amazing homage to AC Milan but its expensive specially since we ate at their restaurant all in all we spent about 120 euros on the whole visit. The shop is really well staffed and you can buy many items you only find there and customize them as well. I liked the tour and its interactive, a must for any Rossonero in town. Its also close to San Siro, I walked from one end to the other.
Written June 3, 2016
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Elizabeth J
Leeds, UK121 contributions
Couples
So my boyfriend loves all things football so there was no option about whether we were going to visit this or not. My boyfriend loved the museum as I knew he would we spent a good hour walking around and looking at all of the information.

I am not big on football but I actually really enjoyed going around the museum and learning more about the football club.
Written December 8, 2017
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MarOReilly
Ennis, Ireland1,263 contributions
Couples
A soccer fans idea of heaven! An amazing tall and angular glass structure looms over the northwest side of the city housing a museum and restaurant and more. The sightseeing bus tour (€22 per person for 48hours) is the best way to get to here if you are a visiting tourist.
Written November 1, 2016
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Andy G
Nottingham, United Kingdom30 contributions
Friends
My feedback to Casa Milan would be to visit Barcelona's, Real Madrid's, Bayern Munich's, Manchester United's and Chelsea's museums to see it done properly and given the proper respect this fantastic club deserves and ask them who they used to design and set out their museums (especially Barca & RM) as they did their proud and successful history justice. Given the entry fee we thought it very poor value for money.
The San Siro Museum was basically a porta cabin and wasn't great either but at least it formed part of the overall stadium tour.
Written April 12, 2016
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cc1114
Toronto, Canada45 contributions
Casa Milan was one of my favourite parts of Milan! Besides the great price of the tickets (15 euros) you get a free coffee offered at the Bar at the end of your trip through the museum and 15% off at the San Siro Museum! The museum was pretty empty, but the service was great, as a young gentleman came by to make sure we had seen everything including the video message from Barbara Berlusconi and the Champions League and Scudetto room! Service at the shop was great as everyone working there was very helpful. The price of a jersey was also very reasonably priced and they gave us a free re-usable shopping bag! The free coffee was great. If you are an AC Milan fan, you cannot say you've been to Milan without a stop at Casa Milan! Forza Milan!
Written July 17, 2015
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Casa Milan is open:
  • Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM