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Barcelona Camp Nou experience is a complete tour through the huge and modern museum incluiding the stadium facilities.

Barcelona FC Museum & Camp Nou tour

The FC Barcelona museum, with 1.500.000 visitors, was the second more visited museum in Catalonia, just behind of Dalí museum in Figueres.

The Camp Nou experience is a complete tour through the vast and modern museum, including the stadium facilities.

In the post, we will leave practical information.

Camp Nou Experience – FC Barcelona

Camp Nou experience is the commercial name they gave to the visit to the Barça museum plus the Camp Nou tour. There is a simple ticket to see the museum following the signals. The tour (unguided) is finalized again in the museum.

Anyway, you can visit the museum in any order if you wish. A whole itinerary is about 1h 30′, but it’s up to you. Can do both parts of the visit with a complete audio guide (extra charge). At the end of the tour, there is a big shop, «FCBotiga Megastore,» with all souvenirs that you imagine about FC Barcelona.

Also, there are bars and restaurants to calm hangry and thirst. On the social network, a lot of photos of the experience, searching the hashtag #CampNouExperience

Barcelona Football Club Museum – Collections

The tour starts with a visit to the history of Barça. From the foundation in 1899 for the swiss Hans Gamper until the three crowns in 2015, this area collected many objects, trophies, memorabilia, videos, documents, old photographs and more, perfect for Barcelona fans and people who like soccer. The exposition looks futuristic with big touch screens, interactive walls and other details to make the visit comfortable for the people.

The enormous collection of a trophy, from the first Barcelona cup in 1902 until the four champions league in the last decade, may be the most impressive and requested to take a selfie.

However, there are lovely objects «vintage» like the ball used in the Ferias final cup in 1958 or one of the Maradona’s t-shirts or the shoes of Koeman in the final of Wembley. Also is interesting to enjoy some of the best moments in the Barça, with historic goals or memories dribblings. Messi also has a particular room with his Golden ball and several expositions.

Tour of the Camp Nou

Once you have visited the museum, you can follow the signals for the self-guided tour of the Camp Nou facilities.

There is no limited time for the visit, so you can take a picture and then follow the droves in the same direction or wait for your turn. Except for the crowd, the tour is exciting. First, you can see the panoramic view of Camp Nou, the stadium with more seat capacity in Spain, which is most of the double size of La Liga stadium. Then pass by the mixed zone where the soccer player is interviewed, the press room (where the coach makes statements), changing room, the tunnel (where the soccer player enter the field) and the own grass (without stepping on the grass).

The tour continues in the highest of the stadium, in the press cabin from the journalist relates the games, still to be visited the multimedia zone with interactive spaces that include games, video, a vibrant tribute to the fans, with three floors of t-shirts, soccer shoes, souvenirs.

How to get there from Plaza Catalunya

Start in Catalunya L3 (green line) and stop in Palau Reial, then you walk about 10 min down the street Martí i Franquès until Camp Nou Stadium, where you can find FC Barcelona museum.

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