Program detailsPlease print the voucher in order to exchange it for your ticket at the venue. You can exchange your voucher at the ticket offices located on Boulevard, access 9.
Do you want to learn all the behind-the-scenes secrets of one of the most successful football teams of recent times? Follow in the footsteps of legendary players, feel the red and blue passion and truly discover why FC Barcelona is “more than a club”.
* Visit the largest stadium in Europe
* Walk in the footsteps of the club’s history and victories
Learn first-hand the history and the values that make FC Barcelona 'more than a club' with a visit to the team’s magnificent museum and stunning stadium, the largest in Europe. Your footballing adventure begins at the museum spread out over two floors at the Camp Nou stadium, where you’ll find interactive murals, a multimedia zone
and also discover an extensive collection of objects and memorabilia
The tour will allow you to discover the fascinating and trophy-laden history of FC Barcelona and to gain a better understanding of the club’s heritage in the four spaces dedicated to its fundamental values: Catalan language and culture, universality, engagement in social issues and democracy. Then you’ll be free to walk around the Camp Nou
itself, visiting some of its most famous areas: the visiting team’s dressing room and the tunnel – just imagine yourself walking down the tunnel onto the pitch, you can almost hear the roar of 100,000 fans! – and then you‘ll be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium from the pitch, making the dream of every Barça fan come true, feeling for a fleeting moment like a player of FC Barcelona, the greatest club in the world.
Admire, also, the exhibition of the six trophies
collected by club in the unforgettable year of 2009, when the team managed by Pep Guardiola won the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey, the Champions League, the Spanish Super Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup, a feat unparalleled in football history.
About 90 minutes.
From October 13 to December 21 at 10am.
7.30pm from April 14 to October 12 and Sundays except from October 13 to December 21, when it’s 2.30pm.
Visits are not guided; however you can arrange to hire the services of a private guide.
Opening times and access to some areas are subject to change on match days and the day prior to certain games.
Free entry for children aged five or under.