Camp Nou Experience: FC Barcelona Museum and Tour
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 1 day
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We booked our tickets via GetYourGuide, because it was cheaper here than at the stadium itself. Immediate confirmation per email and we could go in without a queue. They try to sell you audio guides for 6 euro each, but it's really not necessary. Just follow the arrows and you can't go wrong and there is plenty of explanation everywhere. Even in the low season, it was extremely busy. The whole experience is overly commercialized, but if you are a football fan (or have kids that breathe football, like ours do), it's really a must. You visit the museum, see the trophies, visit the changing rooms, and see the stadium itself from several different levels. Really impressive! Our kids did the virtual experience (6 euro extra - can just decide once you are there) and loved it. As you go, they keep on taking pictures that you can buy at the end together with a book. Otherwise, just leave your email and you'll get the link to buy the pictures online which is much cheaper.
Don't go there on sunday! At 2 pm people who work there start to talk not so properly and to say "no photo ,we have to hurry, we close...hurry hurry"...and it s like a maraton for what you paid a lot of money. Maybe it will be better not to let people enter after 12.
Everyone was very welcoming and helpful and directed us on where to go and this was the cheapest price and you got to do everything like visit the away team changing room and all the media rooms and also go out to the pitch through the tunnel
Absolutely amazing stadium. You can take as long as you like looking around. Loads of great photo opportunities. Went with my 17 year old son and we both enjoyed it so much. We both want to come back and experience a match now.
The tour was very busy but the staff were great and camp nou is something everyone who goes to Barcelona needs to experience. Football fan or not.