To visit the FC Barcelona museum and walk through its facilities is to relive the places where football’s biggest stars have passed through. The Barça club, more than a century-old, has amassed hundreds of trophies in its showcases, not only in the football section but also in basketball, handball, and roller hockey, all sports in which it has been the European champion several times. Visitors to the museum will find large-format audiovisual interactive murals, display cases, and an extensive collection of items offering insight into the history of FC Barcelona and an understanding of the values that make Barça “more than a club“. A visit to the first floor of the museum offers a “standouts” display, where a large showcase displays the six cups won in 2009.
The trip through the facilities passes through the grandstand, which offers the best view of the playing field, the press room and mixed zone where the reporters interview players after the game, the dressing rooms, the tunnel that leads onto the pitch with the same atmosphere the players experience, the playing field, the press gallery with 15 foreign broadcasts, and the shop where you can purchase a nice souvenir to take home with you.
FC Barcelona museum
Address: Av. Joan XXIII, s/n.
Phones: 902 189 900 and 934 963 600.
Metro: L3 Zona Universitaria and Palau Reial and L5 Collblanc.
Tram: T1, T2 and T3 Palau Reial and Pius XII.
Bus: 12, 15, 43, 50, 54, 56, 57, 62, 75, 113 and 158.
Opening Hours: From Monday to Saturday, from 10:00 to 20:00.
Sundays and holidays, from 10:00 to 14:30.
The Camp Nou Tour up to one hour before the Museum closes. Hours vary on game days.
Prices: Adults – € 22; Children 0-5 years old – Free
Retirees, students, families with 3 or more children, and children from 6-13 years old – € 16.50.