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“Museo Colo-Colo...for soccer fans”
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Museo de Colo Colo
Ranked #76 of 508 things to do in Santiago
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Colo Colo Museum and Paseo Monumental + True to its historical characteristic of being the No. 1 club in Chile not only in sports but also in the social and even cultural Colo-Colo in 2009 inaugurated the first museum related to football in Chile. The Colo-Colo Museum was transformed immediately in a choice of single visit for fans who already had the Monumental stadium as a place to visit every weekend, in addition to visitors from all over the world who like to make our stadium and the rich history of our club. This is where the club displayed their trophies, historical shirts, cards of the major players who have gone through this institution as well as a significant number of audiovisual material that enriches the history of Colo-Colo. Undoubtedly the main attraction is in the center of the room: In an individual case, the replica of the Copa Libertadores de America shines, the only achieved by a Chilean club. Just after this trophy, the story of Colo-Colo born next to a bust of David Arellano and a map that recreates that tragic first tour of a Chilean club to Europe, where the founder left his life in court. One side of the museum is reserved for national titles the club, including the four cups of tetracampeonato, while another area filled their showcases with hundreds of other glasses and recognition Colo-Colo sum in its rich history. A scale model of the Monumental stadium reviews the history of the best stadium in the country while an image gallery allows you to meet the main players who wore different shirts Cacique, also portrayed year after year. Finally, a movie theater allows you to view the video "Idols and Caciques" which tells a unique emotion the history of most important club in Chile, the story of "Eternal Champion". "Paseo Monumental" Along with the Colo-Colo Museum, Paseo Monumental has become a must-see for football fans colocolinos and general In a journey of about 60 minutes, the fans can visit the most exciting and important areas of the Monumental, from the area of ​​the press room, to the court, "David Arellano". The access tunnel to the field is perhaps the most exciting sector on the tour, because fans can relive the emotions of the players just before leaving to play for the Cacique. Prices are: CH $ 4000 Adults CH $ 2000 Children and elderly (under 12 and over 65)
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“Museo Colo-Colo...for soccer fans”
Reviewed June 15, 2009

Museo Colo-Colo is a recently inaugurated museum on the grounds of Estadio Monumental, the home of one of Chile's most popular soccer teams, Colo-Colo.

The museum hosts memorbilia and trophies from the rich history of the club, displaying the game jerseys of memorable players, and a theater shows a continous loop of great goals in team history. A corner of the room sells official team jerseys and scarves, among other things.

Expect admission of $2000 pesos on weekdays, and $3000 on weekends, open 7 days from 1100-1900. Nearest metro stop is Pedrero.

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