There is still one month left to relive the great moments that the partnership between the Agnelli family and Juventus has given both to the Bianconeri fans and to Italian football as a whole at the “On Mondays we used to talk about football. Agnelli – Juventus: 90 years of black and white passion” exhibition.
The J Museum attraction, which was originally set to close its doors next Sunday, will now also remain open to the public for the whole of September due to its enormous popularity over the three and a half months that it has been open.
Those who buy a ticket to the J Museum will be able to visit it free of charge, while those who wish to admire just the exhibition have the option of a €5 ticket.
The proceeds of this separate ticket will go towards the “Crescere Insieme al Sant’Anna” charity project, a very worthy cause which contributes to the refurbishment of the neonatal ward of the Ospedale Sant’Anna di Torino.
“On Mondays we used to talk about football” has been the first temporary exhibition staged at the J Museum, which recently welcomed the Italian Super Cup won on 18 August to its trophy room and continues to go from strength to strength.
By now it has become an important fixture in Turin’s museum circuit, and the 200,000 people that have made a visit since its opening in May 2012 make that clear to see.