The Juventus Museum, called the J-Museum, is a sports museum dedicated to the most decorated football club in Italy, Juventus F.C. The museum is part of a complex surrounding Juventus Stadium; it is entirely bilingual in Italian and English, and opened in 2012, the 115th anniversary of the club, by club president Andrea Agnelli and museum chairman Paolo Gamberti.
The J-Museum documents the history of Juventus, football in Turin, and the national football team, through the use of modern technologies, a collection of memorabilia, photos, institutional documents and football equipment used by historical club players, as well as the trophies won by Juventus and the women's team.
Daily: 10:30 am - 7:30 pm
Youth (under 16), seniors (over 65), disabled: €10
Children (under 6): free
Official website http://www.juventus.com/it/stadium-e-museum/
Address Via Druento 153/42, 10151 Turin, Italy
Coordinates 45°6'34.531" N 7°38'28.511" E