Maldini, Baresi, Kakà, Shevchenko... legends of the game for all football fans, and even more so for AC Milan supporters! So, the perfect place to proclaim this passion is Casa Milan, the official team headquarters, and the Mondo Milan Museum: a spectacular exhibition experience showcasing the team’s history and trophies.
From the Hall of Fame to the Ballon d’Or winners, the Trophy Room and the multimedia theatre: come and relive the awesome emotions of 120 seasons of AC Milan history, synchronised teamwork between the Club’s past and the present successes, rare historical artefacts and cutting-edge technologies.
Memories and testimonies merge with the objects that have been part of Rossoneri history in a rising crescendo of emotions.
NOT TO BE MISSED
The Mondo Milan Museum is the first museum to have a three-dimensional holographic station which enables visitors to "meet" Baresi and Maldini, the legendary AC Milan captains of the last thirty years, as well as the Ballon d’Or winners such as Kaka and Shevchenko.
All the displays are multi-touch, multilingual and equipped with apps for interactive info on the club’s and champions’ history, designed for all ages with interactive games. They also offer information on the history of the world and most relevant artistic and pictorial movements of the last two centuries.
In addition to the museum, the AC Milan club headquarters also houses the Milan Store that sells all the official AC Milan products: shirts, shorts, sweatshirts, gadgets and lots more gifts.
Not only football but also good food: two of the Italians’ greatest passions come together in the new Rossonero bistrot concept. 17 monitors enable you to watch the Rossoneri club matches and the main football and sports events as you enjoy great food.
It was Herbert Kilpin, the English football pioneer, together with a group of Italian former members of a sports club called Mediolanum, who founded AC Milan Football and Cricket Club in 1899.
Special content dedicated to the Club’s historical founder narrates his story and that of the Rossoneri Club from its foundation to today. Visitors will be guided through fascinating football memorabilia and anecdotes.
The famous San Siro bench has also entered the Mondo Milan Museum: a place that has witnessed a whole range of emotions from yells and tears to hugs and joy.
Continue your journey through the historic Rossoneri locations in Milan