Home to a huge collection of trophies, shirts, photographs, collections of boots, memorabilia, books, sculptures, historic accounts, photos and everything that marks an important event in the football club’s history, the museum is a must-see for any football fan.
- Collection of Footballs and boots dating from 1903 until the present day.
- Trophy Room where nine League titles and nine Copas del Rey, an Intercontinental Cup, a European Cup-Winners Cup, a Europa League and a Spanish Super Cup are displayed.
- Over 12 years: Euros 16
- Under 12 years: Euros 8
- Guided Tour: 12:00pm, 01:00pm, 04:30pm, 05:30pm
- On Match days: The tour begins from 11:00am.
- On 24th December, 31st December and 5th January: 11:00am to 02:00pm
- By Metro/ Subway: Piramides
- By Bus: Pº Melancolicos - Pte. San Isidro
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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0.34% of people who visit Madrid include Museo Atletico De Madrid in their plan
95% of people start their Museo Atletico De Madrid visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Museo Atletico De Madrid
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo Atletico De Madrid
Just like the real madrid stadion, ists great to view, but the prices are way too expensive
It’s closed for an indefinite time, the shops are not even open. You may come visit if you are a die hard fan of Atlentico
We visited this stadium as an off the cuff something to do. The Museum has lots of history and the museum is well worth a visit. The tour is guided which will appeal to some people but not others, you got access to all areas, including being able to sit in the dug out, which is something that you cannot do at all other stadium tours, you can tell that the Stadium was built in the 1960's as it does look dated, however given that they are moving to a new stadium is to be expected. My only annoyance with this visit was being constantly followed around by a very miserable, stern looking security guard and over the top in carrying out his job, however given that this is an old stadium and may not have the security features other stadiums have, this may explain this.
The Atlético de Madrid Museo is interesting. A lot of history is at disposal with large and important cups, clothes and even very old footballs. Jerseys from Torres and Simeone etc. are also exposed. You can combined the Museo with a Tour at Estadio Vicente Calderón (strongly recommended).