|FC BARCELONA TOUR AND MUSEUM|
F. C. BARCELONA TOURIST ROUTE AND VISIT TO THE MUSEUM
Opening hours: 10 am
Closing hours:5.30 pm, except bank holidays and Sundays: 1.30 pm, and match days: 1 pm.
CAMP NOU GUIDED VISIT
For the curious ones, the F. C. Barcelona organizes guided visits to the Camp Nou stadium, an interesting walk.
The visiting teams changing rooms are shown in the first place and then the visitor follows the player's route to the pitch. To walk on the grass is one of the main attractions during the visit.
The FC Barcelona supporters are called "culés".
The FC Barcelona stadium has been awarded the 5-star category according to UEFA.
You will be able to walk around the VIP lounges, like the managing board or special guests.
You will be able to sit down on the Barsa's President and managing board seats.
The players enjoy the dressing rooms comfort.
Touch with your own hands the changing rooms lockers.
The Camp Nou stadium has press conference rooms.
The press room for interviews to the FC Barcelona coachs, players and managing board.
Cross the access tunnel to the pitch in order to walk on the stadium grass.
The Tour continues:
- The chapel
- Press areas, such as the TV set or the press conference room
- The Foundation zone and the Museum
- The Presidential or Royal Box
The FC Barcelona stadium chapel has an image of the Virgin Montserrat, patron saint of Catalonia.
Once you are on the pitch, you will be able to appreciate details such as the team's badge on the bench seats.
Reaching the Camp Nou grass is one of the most celebrated activities for the Barca's supporters.
The Camp Nou has the most capacity of the Spanish stadiums.
The FC Barcelona stadium thanks to its worldwide recognition has been provided with many press facilities.
A stadium reproduction will allow you to get an idea about the real dimensions of these facilities.
After walking on the grass, sitting down in the presidential seats and on the bench and visiting the dressing rooms... the only thing left is a visit to the Museum.
The European Champions' Cup won in 1992 at the Wembley stadium, the first one obtained by Barca, is the crown jewel of the Museum.
At the Barca's museum you will find out how important the Club is in all of its divisions: Basketball, handball, hockey, and so on.
Some players donated their trophies to the Museum while they were playing with Barca.
The stadium gets full to bursting in important sports events or during the traditional Bara-Madrid matches.
It is the second most visited Museum in Barcelona, which proves the Club's international recognition. In 2000 the Museum was named after his historic president Josep Lluís Núñez, since his was the idea of creating it.
The Museum visit is divided into:
History: an exhibition about more than 100 years of the Club's history, with unpublished photographs, sports clothing from all times as well as other Club's souvenirs.
Have a look at the best blue and claret team's pictures and videos.
One of the souvenirs that can be seen are the Miró's posters for Barca.
The Art Collection: Works by the most important Spanish artists, coming from the Art Biennials organized by the FC Barcelona.
Futbolart Collection - Pablo Ornaque: Private collection about the football world that the FC Barcelona bought to be shown permanently. A whole universe of curious objects related to the football history.
Temporary exhibitions: The FC Barcelona Museum organizes top quality exhibits for the visitors to enjoy.
Last but not least, our Club has been provided with a Documentation Centre including a library, newspaper library and a photograph and audio-visual archive.
Like in the wax museum, there is a reproduction of one of the team's changing rooms with the players inside.
See in figure reproductions the best moments throughout their history.
The views from the pitch are really impressive. Do not forget your camera!!
Before finishing the visit you will be allowed to touch the first European Champions' Cup won in 1992 at the Wembley stadium
Tour opening hours:
Working week and Saturdays: 10 am to 6.30 pm
Bank holidays and Sundays: 10 am to 2 pm
NOTE: On the 1st and 6th of January as well as 24th of September and on Christmas Day, the Tour is closed to the public.
See all the trophies and cups obtained by the blue and claret team.
The Museum shows souvenirs of the great Barcelona figures.
The Museum has an average of 1 million visitors per year.
Even historical celebrities such as the great Dalí left their trace in these facilities.
The Museum collection makes it one of the most importants ones in its field.
|HOW TO GET TO THE CAMP NOU STADIUM BY UNDERGROUND OR BUS: |
Bus lines: 7, 15, 43, 67, 68, 74, 75, L12, L50, L60 and L62.
Metro: Line 3 (Get off at Maria Cristina or Les Corts) & Line 5 (Get off at Collblanc or Badal)
Monday to Friday from 12:30pm to 16:30pm
Saturday from 11.00am to 12:30pm
On match days and the working days after a match home, there won't be tours
STADIUM FROM INSIDE. COME AND DISCOVER IT!
STADIUM RCDE ADDRESS
Baix Llobregat Avenue, 100
08940, Cornellà de Llobregat