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J Museum - Museo Della Juventus, Turin

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  • Those not juventino, becomes after visiting! Leaflet, interesting and passionate. To see and review as a family have created this empire
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  • I was in Turin a few days and I didn't want to permedermi to visit the stadium of my favorite team. I went to the Stadium on Sunday morning, the day already with many people didn't think so, so early. Arrival at 9.30 and of course am already a decent line (opens at 10.30) but the obscene is that the files are totally SELF-MANAGED: there are no barriers, no lanes, no dividers, I've seen people get well after me and pass in front of everyone, manned almost entirely absent. If you book On Line has priority (and we are), then they pass before everyone with the on line then us, ergo han started taking tickets from 11.00. At 11.30 my turn and while I'm about to send me off to the checkout I hear one of the cashier (well 2) rivolegersi to an employee saying "But you told these people that the next one is at 15.30?" ... ... I had the train right at that time and I couldn't make the tour stage. Is it really that hard to put the panels with hours of waiting, or simply warn when the later tours over two hours of waiting? Result I spent 15 euros just to see the Museum, small and very confusing. The English stadiums in comparison have a whole other management and professionalism. Really disappointing
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  • Retracing the whole history of your favorite team is a unique and unforgettable emotion!
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  • Interesting museum. Although I'm not a big fan of Juventus, I'd love to see the stories behind a great soccer team. Photography is allowed inside.
  • Juventus Museum Is a must see... Very nice!
  • The Museum houses the relics of history not only of the Italian and European football history but Juve. You follow a chronological path that brings out the best years of the club and then there are different interactive spaces. Though personally I find it a bit ' poor ' considering the cost (€15 the entire) and considering other football museums I've visited, and Juve has nothing to envy to those other clubs.
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  • A commendable initiative for one of the biggest teams in Italy, a unique and exciting opportunity for all Inc of the club and football in General, which owned the club in a dimension not only sporty but also historical. The variety of multimedia material available and engaging narrative the Museum will guide you on a journey based on sports, passion and modern epic. Not to be missed.
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  • It's one of those experiences you don't forget in life. Enter the room of trophies and see all those bowls, remember the day they were raised ... view the sweater that Del Piero used during the 2006 World Cup. among many other details. Positive aspect: very interactive. Downside: there is a lack of give more prominence to the figure, myth and legend that was and is Del Piero.
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