The FC Barcelona club offers you the opportunity to visit its mythical stadium the Camp Nou. This tour begins with the locker room where the players change and prepare before a match, then, just as the players do, you will follow the tunnel that leads to the stadium's lawn ... Chills guaranteed!
Everything will be granted to you : walk on the lawn, climb into the stands, sit on the coaches bench... Also visit the chapel, the press office and the presidential lodge, and maybe if you come across a training, you can rub shoulders with the champions...
Visit the FC Barcelona Museum
When entering the FC Barcelona Museum on the Camp Nou you will admire the Trophies gallery with in particular the 5 most prestigious trophies for a club, the Champions League trophies. You will also see Messi’s Ballons d'Or, visitors' changing rooms and the access to the lawn by the player’s tunnel, being surely, the most emotional moment of the visit. The tour will take you about 1h30, depending on your desire to take photos and the number of visitors at that moment. A fascinating experience even if you are not a big football fan.
The museum has interactive giant touch screens, sound installations (including soundtracks on match days) and historical statistics.
The FC Barcelona Megastore
Open all year to Barça fans. The entrance is of course free. With a choice of over 3,000 items on 2000m2: official outfits, shoes, watches, books. It is the store in the world that offers the largest number of objects derived from the club.
Good to know: you will be able to personalize your name on shirts or soccer shoes.
Feeling a little hungry after visiting the stadium? Tapas,24 by chef Carles Abellan offers tapas on the nights of matches but also throughout the year...
When to visit the FC Barcelona Stadium and Museum?
This tour is open all year except January 1, January 6, September 24 and Christmas Day.
La Liga or Copa del Rey match day
There are no visits that day. However, the museum, the trophy room, the Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 3 hours before the start of the match.
Champions League match day
The visit is closed the previous day and of course during match days. However, the museum, the trophy room, the Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 3:00pm
- From January to March 18: Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 6:30pm; Sunday 10:00am - 2:30pm
- From 19 March to 16 October: 09.30am - 7.30pm
- From 17 October to 18 December: Monday - Saturday 10am – 6:30pm; Sunday 10:00am - 2:30pm
- From 19 December to 31 December: 09.30am - 7.30pm
What’s included in the tour ticket
- The visit of the stadium (dressing room, tunnel, grounds, press room, stadium)
- The visit of the Museum FC Barcelona
- The trophy room
- The multimedia space
- The new Messi space
Barcelona Stadium and Museum Tour Price
- For adults over 14 years: 28 €
- For children from 6 to 13 years: 22 €
- For children under 6 accompanied: free
Visit with a specialist !
On which side is Messi playing on the field? How are Barça's locker rooms? Where does Neymar go when he arrives at Camp Nou? Why is the stadium called Camp Nou? You will have the answers by visiting the Camp Nou and the Museum with an F.C. Barcelona specialist! Socio du Barça and sports journalist, Olivier Goldstein has seen more than 150 matches at Camp Nou. With him you will live the passion that emerges from this stadium during an exclusive visit of two hours punctuated with videos and photos exclusively chosen for you!
« It was moving, thank you Olivier » Patrick T., France.
« Top ! The whole family loved it ! ! » Christine A., Belgique
« A must in Barcelona, whether you are a fan or not » Franck S., Suisse
Guided tour rates with a specialist
From 1 to 10 people :
- 48€ per adult (14-70 years)
- 38 € child 6-13 years and seniors plus 70 years
Group from 11 people :
- 43 € per adult (14-70 years old)
- 35 € child 6-13 years and senior plus 70 years
This price includes admission to the Museum and Camp Nou.
The visit of the Camp Nou is not suitable for the people in wheelchair due to a very large number of stairs throughout the course. Nevertheless the museum with the trophy room, the historical frieze, the Messi space as well as the panoramic view of the stadium are accessible.
The club also offers a special service for the disabled (The Specialized Services Office (OAE)) available on +34 902 1899 00
Video: Visit theFC Barcelona Megastore
Video: Camp Nou Visit: Part 1
Video: Camp Nou Visit: Part 2
Photo by, Olivier Goldstein