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FIFA World Football Museum
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Pricey but kids really enjoyed

Museum is cute and has a lot of info about the World Cup; history of the events, countries and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
BermudaSkiBum
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Paget, Bermuda
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Very nice

The museum had an interesting collection of information with an excellent display on the changes to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
irby1234
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Piscataway, New Jersey
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Reviewed 27 June 2018

With FIFA based in Zurich, the museum was an unexpected surprise for my family and I, and a great way to showcase the history of FIFA and its legacy in building football. It has alot of unique artefacts to highlight the rich history it has to organising the World Cup (and related competitions). This makes it a great place if you are a football fan and wanted to dive deeper into the spectacle that is FIFA.

That said, if you aren't a FIFA fan or someone who doesn't watch soccer, this isn't your place for you at all. Don't go in the hopes of being persuaded that you will like football by the end of the museum because you probably wont. Unfortunately the museum is also rather steeply priced, as the entrance fees of 24CHF (adult) and 18CHF (student) shocked me a little. Comprehensive as the experience, I never had to pay so much for a museum.

Date of experience: June 2018
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FWFM, Manager at FIFA World Football Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 11 July 2018

Dear Chow_TW - Thank you for visiting the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich and for taking the time to write a review. We're glad to hear that you did enjoy the museum. Regarding the entrance fee we kindly would like to point out that visitors can benefit from a 50% discount on Tuesday online tickets!

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Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

24 chf is a lot for such a museum . Still if you go on Tuesday’s it’s half price 12 for adults and 10 for seniors. Mostly memorabilia of previous world cups and some interactive .
Then you to basement and wait to see a shortcmovie about World Cup history on a 180 screen. Well done movie
Lift takes you second floor where there are football games mostly for kids. The souvenir shop is limited in choice mostly shirts
The bar is ok for drinks
Unless you hardcore football fan it not on a must see list of tourist attractions in Zurich

Date of experience: June 2018
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FWFM, Manager at FIFA World Football Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 11 July 2018

Dear italian26 - Thank you for visiting the FIFA World Football Museum in Zurich. We're gald to hear that you could benefit from the 50% discount on Tuesday online tickets!

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Reviewed 26 June 2018

Went on Tuesday. Its half price. Not sure if would pay full price to come. Also kids under 7 are Free. Shame the world cup wasnt there as in Russia. Good football training for kuds upstairs

Date of experience: June 2018
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FWFM, Manager at FIFA World Football Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 11 July 2018

Dear Tim R - Thank you for visiting the FIFA World Football Museum. We're glad to hear that you have benefited from the 50% discount on Tuesday online tickets purchased via our online store.

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Reviewed 25 June 2018

I took the tour into the FIFA with my daughter which is a football fan (me not much) And she was amazed. The whole place is amazing I must say, but of course with the tons of money this organization collects you can not expect less, well maybe a lower entrance fee maybe?

Date of experience: June 2018
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FWFM, Manager at FIFA World Football Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2018

Dear RoyCorrales - thank you for visiting the FIFA World Football Museum with your daughter. We're glad to hear that you had a great time here. We would like to point out that we offer a 50% discount on the entrance fee on tuesdays if you buy the ticket via the museums online ticket shop.

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Reviewed 25 June 2018

Very nice museum to learn the origin of FIFA and the history of the World Cup. The first part of the museum includes interactive areas where you can learn about each country's stars of the game. Both men and women World Cup teams and stars are included. Films of these stars can be seen. Highlights of each country’s best matches can be viewed along with testing your skill of referencing and other football skills. There is a collection of each counties uniforms. These are in the first area of the museum. You then go to watch a film and then ride an elevator to the upper floor. Here you have a chance to test your skills kicking the soccer ball. Note: when you go to watch the film, you cannot return to the main room. Lockers are available to store backpacks, coats and umbrellas. A deposit is required but you get your coin back when you return your key.

Date of experience: June 2018
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FWFM, Manager at FIFA World Football Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2018

Dear Dale L - Thank you very much for your visit and for sharing your experience here. We would like to point out that even that the FIFA World Football Museum has been thought and planned as an 'one way museum' our staff will be happy to help you to reenter the museum if you feel that you haven't seen everything the museum has to offer.

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