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      08.04.2019 14:30 - in: Stadium & Museum S

      Juventus Museum, still in Italy’s Top 50!

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      With more than 183k visitors in 2018, the Bianconeri Museum still ranks among the top 50 in the prestigious "Giornale dell'Arte" position. And "Gulp! Goal! Ciak!" has already been visited by 10 000 people!

      It’s a success that is renewed, day after day

      Thanks to the perfect mix of history and innovationemotion and technology.

      As well as, thanks to the ideas that are always new and culturally stimulating, such as the "Gulp! Goal! Ciak!" exhibition, which focuses on the link between football and comics.

      We are talking about the Juventus Museum, which also this year can be found in the top 50 ranking, from the "Giornale dell'Arte". To be more precise, the museum occupies position number 47, and it testifies to the appreciation of visitors and enthusiasts for the Bianconero museum: in 2018 there were over 183k visitors.

      THE NUMBERS OF A GREAT 2018 (AND BEYOND)

      As we said, last year was a record for the Juventus Museum, which welcomed the largest number of visitors ever, also improving on the previous year's figure: + 1.4%. A growth that, if compared to the 2012-17 period, is 10%. 

      In detail, since the Museum was inaugurated, every year it has increased the number of visitors, going from 157 000 in 2013, to 159 000 in 2014, to over 160 000 in 2015 and 2016, reaching the threshold of 180 000 in the last two years. And it is not over, considering that, to date, in the 2018/19 season, there have been as many as 147 000 people who have already walked through the entrance of the musuem: + 13% compared to last season.

      Returning to 2018, it should also be remembered that 67% of visitors also combined the guided tour of the Allianz Stadium, while the Virtual Room was experienced by over 12k people.

      The visitors have demonstrated a satisfaction towards "Gulp! Goal! Ciak!", inaugurated last February, makes the exhibition one of best, in the same period of time, among all the showpieces organised by the Juventus Museum. The same exhibition can be seen at the Mole Antonelliana, at the reduced price of € 20, which about 10% of people have benefitted from.

      That’s not all! This spring promises to be really intense. Many bookings have already been received, and on the occasion of the last home matches for the Bianconeri, as well as the "long weekend (Easter and Easter Monday, April 25th, May 1st), the Museum is preparing to welcome the many enthusiasts, which will also increase the number of Stadium Tours scheduled. For all the info and to plan your visit, don't forget to consult this page: Juventus Museum & Tour.

      Tradition, innovation, sport, culture: all this and much more can be found at the Juventus Museum!

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