Camp Nou Stadium Tour

The fact that Camp Nou stadium and FC Barcelona’s museum attract thousands of fans and visitors daily is no surprise. But did you know that this museum is the most visited in Barcelona and Catalonia, with 1 to 2 million visitors annually, and the third in Spain? The FC Barcelona club museum and a tour of Camp Nou have thus become major attractions, and as a football fan, you definitely shouldn’t miss them.

Note: Due to the renovation of Camp Nou, the stadium is currently not accessible, but you can still experience the Barça feeling during the Barça Immersive Tour.

Camp Nou in Barcelona
Camp Nou in Barcelona

What to See During a Visit to Barça Stadium and Museum

Anyone going to Barcelona with even a slight interest in football should visit the Barça stadium and its museum. To complete your visit, you can buy souvenirs at the largest Barça fan shop and take a photo of yourself next to the statue of football legend Johan Cruyff.

The Barça Immersive Tour

The Barça Immersive Tour is the name of the renovated FC Barcelona museum (formerly Camp Nou Experience).

During the Barça Immersive Tour, you learn about the club’s history, philosophy, and achievements. You see all the cups, photos, films, and models of the stadium, get to know the important players of the club, and finally visit Camp Nou, but in a virtual way (since it’s temporarily closed).

Camp Nou Tour in Barcelona
Camp Nou Tour in Barcelona

The Stadium

The Spotify Camp Nou is the impressive home stadium of FC Barcelona. The stadium is currently being renovated, making a visit impossible. However, it is possible to follow the renovations from a high vantage point that is set up and can be visited during the Immersive Tour.

Outside the stadium, you will also find statues of various players, such as Kubala and Johan Cruyff.

The Club Museum

The FC Barcelona club museum, included in the Barça Immersive Tour, is a great place to discover the club and its over 100-year history. The museum houses a modern and impressive exhibition about the club’s history, with all the cups, uniforms, films, and photos of old Barça players.

You learn about the club’s history, its players, and the most memorable moments. Special spaces are also set up for stars like Leo Messi or the Champions League victories, such as those in Wembley.

FC Barcelona museum
FC Barcelona museum

The Trophy Room

The tour often includes a visit to the trophy room, where FC Barcelona’s extensive collection of domestic and international trophies is displayed. This space showcases the numerous achievements of the club over the years.

The Barça Megastore

At Camp Nou, you will also find the largest FC Barcelona fan shop in the city. Here you can find the official FC Barcelona shirts and have your own name and number printed, plus buy all sorts of Barça souvenirs.

Fanshop FC Barcelona Camp Nou Barcelona
Fanshop FC Barcelona bij Camp Nou

FC Barcelona Museum History

As early as the 1920s, Joan Gamper, who founded FC Barcelona in 1899, came up with the idea of a club museum. However, it was not until 1984 that the club museum, the Museu del Fútbol Club Barcelona, was finally opened.

In 2000, the museum was renamed Museu President Núñez, during the presidency of Joan Gaspart, in honor of the former club president Josep Lluís Núñez (1978-2000), the founder of the museum.

After various expansions and renovations, the FC Barcelona museum has become a prominent place to discover the club and its rich history. Between 2001 and 2023, the renovated museum was called the Camp Nou Experience, and since 2023, it has become the Barça Immersive Tour.

Fun Fact: Barça’s museum is the most visited in Barcelona and even in Catalonia with 1 to 2 million visitors per year.

Camp Nou Tour & Museum Tickets

Take a behind-the-scenes look at Camp Nou, the home of FC Barcelona, and follow in the footsteps of the greatest football stars during the Barça Immersive Tour!

It’s best to order tickets for the Camp Nou Experience in advance to avoid long queues.

With the following tickets, you can visit the FC Barcelona stadium and club museum at your leisure. The tour is easy to follow with various interactive panels, information boards, images, and memorabilia. If desired, you can order a few audio guides or virtual reality glasses.

Tip: For extra savings, you can order a ticket for the Camp Nou Experience in combination with the hop-on-hop-off bus. This gives you a ticket for 1 or 2 days on a hop-on-hop-off bus and the opportunity to skip the queue at Camp Nou, the fantastic stadium of FC Barcelona and the museum.

Visiting Camp Nou with a Guide

It is also possible to visit the stadium and club museum of FC Barcelona with a (private) guide. The tours are led by a multilingual guide who tells you everything about the club and its history.

How to Get to FC Barcelona Museum

The museum and stadium of FC Barcelona are located in the Les Corts district, on the western side of the city. To get there, you can use the metro, bus, or tram. From the metro and tram station, it’s a short walk to the stadium.

Useful information

Price: from €28 for adults and €21 for children aged 6 to 10 years old, students, and retirees (70+).

Children aged 0 to 5 years have free access.

Opening hours: in winter from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00 and Sunday from 10:00 to 15:00.

In summer open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00.

Special opening hours during the Christmas holiday and home matches.

Address: Carrer Arístides Maillol 08028 Barcelona

Public Transport:

Metro: Collblanc (L5, L9 Sud), Badal (L5), Les Corts (L3), Zona Universitària (L3, L9 Sud), Palau Reial (L3), Maria Cristina (L3)

Bus: tourist bus, 75, 113, H8, M12

Tram: Pius XII (T1, T2, T3), Palau Reial (T1, T2, T3), Zona Universitària (T1, T2, T3)