The FC (‘Futbol Club’) Barcelona Museum is one of the most-loved museums in Barcelona by tourists and locals alike, making it an almost must-see visit during your stay. Every year it is voted in the top 10 most visited attractions in the city. In the museum you’ll be able to see various trophies that Barça has won over the years, as well as all sorts of memorabilia relating to the team and its most well-known players.
Camp Nou Experience Tour
The Camp Nou Experience includes entry to the museum, to the Camp Nou stadium itself, and to the multimedia zone. Wherever possible, we recommend that you don’t visit on match days, because on these days the museum’s opening times are affected, and access to the tour of the Camp Nou is limited – and this is the most important part of the experience!
Camp Nou Experience tickets can be bought in the ticket office at the museum itself, which can be reached through Doors 7 and 9 of the stadium. You might like to consider buying tickets online; in doing this you’ll avoid the queues that tend to form at the box office which can become long at busy times.
The Camp Nou Experience Tour takes between an hour and a half and two hours. If you wish, you can accompany your visits to both the Camp Nou and to the museum with an audio guide in various languages (Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German and Dutch, Russian). This is a great help to discover the history of the club’s memorabilia, as well as giving you more information about some of the corners of the stadium.
If you fancy it, there’s the possibility of booking an official FC Barcelona guide, in advance via the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FC Barcelona Store
Through the same door that leads to the ticket office, you can also access the FC Barcelona Store, which is well worth a visit along with the stadium itself, the Camp Nou Experience and the multimedia zone. Here you’ll be able to buy all of FC Barcelona’s official merchandise.
The ‘Futbol Club Barcelona’ Museum
The visit to the museum will enable you to discover the history of this club, which was founded over 100 years ago. You’ll see firsthand their numerous trophies, the uniforms that their players have worn over the years, some of the best images and videos of the club in action, and through the visit you’ll also gain a great insight into the club’s philosophy.
The tour of the Camp Nou
The Camp Nou tour opens the doors to the VIP Presidential Box, to the press area, including where the press interviews take place, to the permanent TV set in the stadium, to the changing rooms and to the tunnel where the players line up before entering the stadium. Note that access to Barça’s changing room isn’t possible, because the players store some of their personal belongings there, but you will be able to see the away team’s facilities.
The multimedia zone features screens of many sizes, showing some of the most magical moments in FC Barcelona’s history. You’ll also be able to hear the team’s official anthem, which is translated into over 30 languages in the vast final display, which is over eight metres long.
Thanks to ‘FCB Foto’, during your tour you can take a photo of yourselves with your favourite footballer or with one of the many trophies on display. Without a doubt, it would be a great memory of your visit!
Buy your official tickets for FC Barcelona match
If you live in Barcelona and you’re Barça fans but not season ticket holders, or if you’re visiting Barcelona and your stay in the city coincides with one of F.C. Barcelona’s home games at the Camp Nou, you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to buy tickets for the match. You can buy your tickets via our website and through one of F.C. Barcelona’s official partners, and you’ll be able to choose between the various seating areas. Once you’ve made your purchase, you just need to follow the instructions that you’ll be given to access the stadium on match day.
avinguda (avenue) de Joan XXIII (access 9), Barcelona.
From Monday to Friday: 09:30-19:30 from 2 April to 15 October, and 10:00-18:30 the rest of the year. 31st December, and all Sundays and Public Holidays: 10:00-14:30 (The Nou Camp tour closes an hour before the museum closes).
On Champions League home match days: 10:00-15:00 (museum and multimedia zone only, note that the Camp Nou tour doesn’t take place on match days).
Home match days (except Champions League): the museum closes 5¼ hours before the match starts and reopens 1½ hours before kickoff.
Closed: 25th December and 1st January.
General admission: 26€.
Concessions: 20€ for children aged 6-13, people over the age of 70, large families with accreditation, students and groups.
Free entry: children under the age of 6.
There is a discount on the price of tickets when it’s not possible to do the Camp Nou stadium tour, for example on match days.
How to get there
Metro: Palau Reial (line 3) and Collblanc (line 5).
Buses: lines 7, 33, 50, 54, 75, 113, 157, D20, H6, H8, H10, L50, L62 and tourist bus.
Tram: Palau Reial (T1, T2 and T3).