San Siro Stadium Tickets

Intro

Opening hours

The tour of the stadium which includes a visit to the museum takes place every day from 9.30am until 6pm. The tours are continuous throughout the day.

The tour closing time is subject to change on match days and event days. Check the website for any changes  http://www.sansiro.net/?page_id=1769&lang=en

There was no mention on the website as to the time of last admissions for tours.

How to get there

Metro- line 5, the purple line to San Siro Stadium Station

Bus- number 49 from the Piazza Tirana in the direction of LOTTO and get off at the Harar stop

Tram- number 16 from Piazza Fontana, the San Siro is the last stop on that route

Car- unattended pay parking is available close to gate number 8 at the stadium. Parking costs €3.

FAQ

How much do tickets for the tour cost?
Tickets cost €15 for adults and €11 for children aged younger than 14 as well as seniors aged over 65. Children aged 6 and younger has free entry although all children must be accompanied by a responsible adult throughout the tour. Any adult visitor accompanying a visitor with a disability will receive free entry on the tour.
Are there discounts for groups?
Groups of between 20 and 49 visitors have reduced rates of €12 for adults and €8 for children. For groups in excess of 50 visitors the rates are €11 for adults and €7 for children. When booking tours in excess of 20 visitors group leaders are requested to contact the tour organizers prior to making the booking, telephone +39 024042432 or write to [email protected] .
Are there are family tickets available?
Yes, there are special offers available for family tickets with two adults and 2 children aged under 14 available for €50.
Can I book tickets online?
Yes, you can book tickets online with an open for use anytime with a 90 day expiry date from the date of purchase. Once you have completed your purchase you will receive a barcode voucher which you must print and bring with you when you visit.
Where in the stadium is the meeting point for tours?
All tours begin at the ticket office at gate number 8.
What is available to be seen on the tour?
During the tour you are taken pitch side, to visit one of the dressing rooms and to the museum. The tour ends with you in the club shop and the tour itself takes less than one hour. The stadium tour in this city is less impressive than at several other leading European teams.
Are tours available on match days?
This detail is a little misleading. On the website it states tours on match days are subject to change. In reality there are no tours for security reasons on match days. On match days you can only visit the museum.

Must Know

The San Siro Museum
The museum at the San Siro was the first museum to be located inside an Italian football stadium. The museum tells the story of both Milanese clubs, Inter and AC. There are unique collections of memorabilia, authentic shirts worn by players on the historic occasions of both Milanese clubs, trophies as well as objects of art related to football.
The price of visiting the museum alone
On the days when it is not possible to conduct tours of the stadium there are museum only tickets available. These tickets cost €7 for adults and €5 for children and seniors. The museum entrance is accessible from gate number 8.
Tours are available in multiple languages
Private stadium tours can be arranged in addition to guided tours in a number of languages. Tours are currently available in English, Italian, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Indonesian, Chinese, Russian and Japanese.
What is Casa Milan?
Casa Milan, also known as Mondo Milan is the new museum dedicated to everything about AC Milan. Most of the memorabilia relating to AC Milan is moving or has already moved to this new site. This new site uses the most advanced technology available to enable visitors to interact through virtual reality sections of the museum. The museum is open daily from 10am until 7pm. The new museum is located on Via Aldo Rossi in the north west of the city. You can reach it on bus routes 48, 68, 69 and 90 or by metro line 1, the Lotto Station or line 5 the Portello Station.
When will AC Milan move from the San Siro
The new stadium (Mondo Milan or Casa Milan) is still at the planning stage so once that is completed and the building project has a completion date then more will be known. For the next few seasons AC will remain at the San Siro.

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Sforzesco Castle
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Quadrilatero d
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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
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Milan Cathedral
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