FC Barcelona Museum A Barça Player for a Day
Detail of six titles won by FC Barcelona in 2009, kept at the Museum.. CC BY-ND 2.0 - Eduardo Zárate / Flickr
How does a Barça player feel when he is about to go out onto the field? Lovers of football can experience that here in the flesh at this museum. Currently it is one of the most visited museums in Catalonia, with an annual average of more than 1,200,000 people.
The idea to make a Barça Museum was by Joan Gamper, the founder of the club. It was finally inaugurated in the year 1984. Since then, visitors have been able to see the trophies won by all the sporting sections of the Catalan club throughout its history and all kinds of objects related to the team, the players and the followers.
It also has a sport art collection, with works by Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Antoni Tàpies and Josep Maria Subirachs. Additionally, it holds the Futbolart Collection, owned by Pablo Ornaque, considered to be one of the best private collections in the world concerning football.
Starting in the year 2010, the Camp Nou Experience project began, a tour that places the visitor in a leading role using immersive technologies (video walls, touchscreens, audio, recreations, etc.). Apart from the museum, you visit the Stadium, the Messi Area and the Multimedia Area. During your visit, you can go through the locker room tunnel and transport yourself to a big final or photograph a replica of the European Cup in the press room.
Plan your visit
What can I do?
It offers an exclusive tour accompanied by a guide of the Futbol Club Barcelona and it also has an audioguide in 8 languages. Schools can book special workshops for all school years.
Event hireAudio guidesCoffee Shop / Restaurant
Open every day of the year, except for 1 January and 25 December.*
La Liga and Copa del Rey matchdays:The tour is closed for the whole day. You may only visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History, Messi Area, Trophies of the various sections) and a panoramic view of the stadium until three hours before the start of the match.
Champions League matchdays: The day before and on the day of the match, the Tour is closed for the whole day. You may only visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History, Messi Area, Trophies of the various sections) and a panoramic view of the stadium until 3.00pm.
*Due to the sporting and corporate activities of the Club, the Tour may be affected for training or an event without prior notice.
For the visit to be more comfortable, we recommend the early hours of the morning (before 11.00am) or in the evening (from 4.00pm onwards).
Buy your ticket
General 25 €
Youth (from 6 to 13 years)* *20 €
Senior (older than 70 years)* *20 €
Children less than 6 (from 0 to 5 years) *Free
Valid rates until December 31, 2017
Rates subjected to possible modifications. VAT included
*It is necessarry to present, at Access Control, a document / passport / card to benefit of the reduced prices.
*Tickets for Students, Disabled, Large Families and Barça Supporters Club members, sold exclusively at the box offices