It has been a summer to remember so far at Juventus Museum. Over 17,000 visitors walked through its doors during July 2018: a record high for that month since the museum opened in 2012, representing a 15% growth over the same period last year and 30% above the average attendance during July.
Considering the first days of August (5,380 visitors, of whom over 1,300 came this Wednesday), the total number of admissions for the 2018/19 season so far (starting 1 July) now stands at over 22,000 people.
Three-quarters of those who entered the Bianconeri treasure trove during July decided to enrich their overall experience with a tour of Allianz Stadium.
Moreover, over 1,000 people visited the Virtual Room, meaning that now more than 8,000 people have experienced the Bianconeri world in 360° with Samsung Gear VR.
All of the above provides further proof of how Juventus Museum – ranked among the top 50 most visited museums in Italy in 2017 – continues to grow and grow.
Having reached the milestone of one million visitors at the end of May 2018, the total number of visitors from its inauguration in May 2012 to date is 1,036,000 people.