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Tickets for Camp Nou Experience

Get up close to FC Barcelona

Camp Nou




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1 hour and 30 minutes


  • Enjoy a self-guided tour through the home stadium of Messi, Neymar, Iniesta and Suárez, including the opportunity to walk onto the famous pitch surrounded by nearly 100,000 screaming fans (you'll need to imagine the last part)
  • See 23 Liga and five Champions League trophies in a trophy cabinet that looks more like a treasure chest
  • Experience the very cool and interactive museum, with touch screens, sound installations that put you at the heart of the action


With the Camp Nou Experience you tour one of the most storied stadiums in football. It's not only a celebration of the hardware, stadium atmosphere, and ins-and-outs of (one of) the best football teams on the planet, you also get a celebration of the spirit of football. FC Barcelona: "More than just a club"

Football on TV is enjoyable. But the stadium is where the magic happens. The Camp Nou Experience doesn't include 98,000 fans screaming "Barça, Barça, Baaaaarça!", but this tour does give you incredible access to FC Barcelona, and the feeling of what it might be like to work (or play) for the blaugrana.

Like their famous rallying cry says, FC Barcelona is more than just a club. They're owned by their supporters, live and work by an elevated code of social responsibility, and are ambassadors of Catalan culture. Oh, and they're pretty good at football.

Masters of the free-flowing tiki-taka style, Barça has won five Champions League titles and is often hailed as the world’s best team. They also formed the core of the Spanish side that won the World Cup in 2010. We could go on about the accolades and trophies, but you're better off touring the Camp Nou Experience itself, and enjoying the photos, goal videos and trophy cabinet of everybody's second favorite football team.

The museum is immersive and impressive. Featuring giant touch screens, sound installations (including match-day sounds), historical stats and a trophy cabinet worthy of King Midas, it's engrossing - even if you're not a big football fan.

The dressing rooms are pretty cool, but the undoubted highlight is walking down the tunnel and stepping out onto the Camp Nou pitch, where you can imagine that you're about to play the biggest game of your career.

DEPARTURE OF A GIANT: Johan Cruyff, one of the finest players to ever play the game, recently passed away. Graceful, tactically advanced, a sublimely talented innovator (his 'Cruyff turn' is still a piece of sublime beauty more than forty years after he dropped it in a World Cup game), and more than anything else, a pure football talent.

After growing up with Ajax Amsterdam, Cruyff moved to Barcelona and Nou Camp. He was a highly successful player and manager - even leading Barça to a La Liga title in his first season there. And his legacy lives on, not just in the trophy cabinet; he was instrumental in starting La Masia their successful youth program (it counts Pep Guardiola, Cesc Fábregas and Lionel Messi as graduates). A visit to Camp Nou gives you the opportunity to pay your respects to one of the most influential figures ever to lace up a pair of boots.


Camp Nou
C. Arístides Maillol, 12 (Av. Joan XIII)


What's included?

  • FCB museum
  • Trophy room
  • Multimedia area
  • New Messi area
  • Tour (dressing room, player tunnel, pitch, press room, the stadium)

Additional information

Match days in La Liga or Copa del Rey

There's no tour on these days. However, the museum, trophy room, Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 3 hours before kick-off.

Match days in the Champions League

The tour is closed before match day and on match day. However, the museum, trophy room, Messi area and the panoramic view of the stadium are open until 15:00.

Opening Hours

  • January to March 18: Monday - Saturday: 10:00 - 18:30, Sunday: 10:00 - 14:30
  • March 19 to October 16: 9:30 - 19:30
  • October 17 to December 18: Monday - Saturday: 10:00 - 18:30, Sunday: 10:00 - 14:30
  • December 19 to December 31: 9:30 - 19:30

Getting There

  • Metro Line 3: stop Palau Reial or Les Corts
  • Metro Line 5: stop Collblanc or Badal
  • From these lines it's a short walk to the stadium - hard to miss. But if do you get lost, ask a local. Everyone knows this place!

Customer reviews

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It was a brilliant day loved it

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Great match

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Everything was as expected. Printed the ticket and visited Camp Nou with it.

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Great experience. Had with me a 13 year old who was in awe the whole tour. This can be highly recommended!

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Everything was as expected.

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Quick n easy - perfect on the go app.

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Easy online purchase & immediate entrance to camp nou. Great visit!

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Not being a football fan (but my hubby is!) I actually found this a very good experience. The views from the commentators box are spectacular and the history of the Football ground is very interesting. Downside is the audio costs $5 each on top of the basic cost.

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