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Like other historic Football Clubs all over the world, Juventus has created a museum that traces the history of the Club and of its city and national soccer, as well as its role in the history of Turin and Italy

Opened on May 16, 2012, and built under the supervision of Turin architect Benedetto Camerana, this a new concept for a museum, offering bilingual and innovative multimedia technologies, covering an area of 1,500 square meters.

But its modern feel is not juxtaposed with the classic museum setting as it includes rooms and traditional artefact exhibitions, namely the trophy room located at the entrance, the evocative room displaying players' jerseys as well as a collection of photos, documents and football equipment used by the players who have played on the team over the years.

You can visit the museum on its own or together with a visit of the Allianz Stadium.


Opening hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 am

Closing Hours:

6 pm from 16 September to 15 March

7 pm from 16 March to 15 September

7:30 pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays

Day of closing: Tuesday


Full price: 15€

Reduced price: 12€

Via Druento, 153/42, 10151 Turin TO