Juventus Museum is one of the 50 most visited museums in Italy. This is according to the highly regarded ‘Giornale dell’Arte’ (The Art Newspaper), which each year compiles a league table of the most popular attractions both in Italy and across the globe.
This year’s ranking sees the club’s museum leap 21 positions, moving from 68th to 47th place in the list.
Since first opening its doors on 16 May 2012, the jewel in the Juventus Stadium crown has welcomed over 300,000 people, a landmark figure that was passed in April.
Seventy per cent of those attending also elect to combine their museum experience with one of the several stadium tours that run on a daily basis.
Sporting interests are also matched with cultural ones, as evidenced by the ‘J-Museum Meetings, inaugurated last November by Salvadore Accardo, as well as the ‘Pitch Invasion – Art Comes Into Play’ exhibition, which opened to the public on 18 April and will remain in operation until 27 July.
In addition, J-Museum has recently taken some of its most prestigious artefacts over to Japan, where supporters were able experience history at first hand when visiting the world’s first J-Lounge, opened in Tokyo.
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