FIFA World Football Museum
Time Out says
With a focus on interactive experiences for all ages, this museum is a mecca for fans dedicated to the triumphs of football and its heroes.
In a move to reduce the unwanted influx of tourists Fifa recieves at their headquaters in Zurich, this museum is dedicated to the triumphs of football and its heroes. Costing a cool CHF194 million, the museum has a focus on interactive experiences for all ages, with 3D animations and a giant football pinball machine as well as being home to the original world cup trophy and the biggest collection of football books in world. This mecca for football fans has around 3,500 square meters of exhibition space over three floors, as well as 1,500 square meters of public space for a gift shop, a sports bar and a bistro-cafeteria.