243 reviews of FC Barcelona Football Stadium Tour and Museum Tickets
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Reviewed by Allison M, April 2013
My husband being a huge footie fan and that of the Barca Football Club, could not resist the chance to visit Camp Nou Museum Experience. Add in the fact that our 8 year old is a Leo Messi fan and well you have a man day in the making. I was just along for the ride, hoping to do a little shoe shopping after.
This visit was one of the main things we wished to see, We had heard that the queue to just get the tickets could be long, so we bought our tickets online via Viator before we left. If you do purchase before hand, make sure you double check the your info. We had to pick up our tickets are a local travel agent before we got to the Stadium. We were staying near Las Rambles and the office was close by, so this was not problem. We decided to go on Sunday when it opened at 10am. This was also Palm Sunday, so not sure if it made a difference, but the queue for the tickets was fairly short and there were also not that many people on the tour. For much of the tour, we were pretty much on our own, so that was nice. We were able to get some great shots of the stadium and take the tour at our own pace.
The museum itself it awesome, filled with the history of this great team of more than 100 years. Seeing the equipment that the players wore and the changes to the equipment over the years was very interesting. The history and the heritage was just amazing and understanding Barcelona's pride in this amazing team was very touching.
When you entered the stadium you could imagine the crowd cheering and our son pretended to be Messi as he came out of the tunnel to the pitch. You could not go out on the field, but you did get to go down to it and view the stadium from the sidelines.
After you were treated to a great multimedia area with several interactive videos about the team and their players, as well as videos of key plays from games of the clubs. You feel the thrill of these games, though you were not even there. I, myself, was in awe and I am not a huge fan. Great tour!
Reviewed by Justin Tze Yi L, April 2013
The Camp Nou was very informative and is highly recommended especially if you are a fan of football. The exhibits go through the history of the club from its foundation and it also talks about the highs and lows of the club. An audio guide is included with the entry although you need to pay a deposit.
During the tour you are allowed to walk through the press room and the away change room to get a taste of what it feels like to be there during match day. All in all it was a great tour!
Reviewed by Michael M, April 2013
I took my 9 year old, Barcelona daft, son on this tour after a game at the stadium the previous night. We both thoroughly enjoyed it. There is no rush, just go through the various areas at your own pace.
The giants screens near the end showing highlights from recent years is a great way to wind down, there are comfortable sofa style seats to relax on.
Reviewed by Dave M, April 2013
This tour is worth going to if you are in barcelona we had 5 hours here and it was great
Reviewed by Shaheen M, April 2013
Took my fiancé here for his 40th birthday surprise and he was SO chuffed and amazed with the stadium. Great access around the ground and time just flew and I'm not even that great a footie fan. We had a great time, my highlight was walking through the players tunnel towards the pitch-pretty special!
Reviewed by MARIA P, April 2013
excellent experience!! Easy to book on website. Instructions for collecting vouchers were clear and the price was cheaper than they were advertising in Barcelona itself :) My teenage son thoroughly enjoyed the tour but so did I and I am not a huge football fan. The tour is extremely well organised and well worth doing. It was the highlight of our 3 days in Barcelona !!!
Reviewed by Laura L, April 2013
Im not really someone that's into football but i definatley think its something worth going to see. Just wish we there was a game on we could have went to.
Reviewed by michael t, April 2013
Took husband and three boys, it ws packed which added to the atmosphere, just wish there had been a match when we went.
Reviewed by rossco, March 2013
Though not particularly interested in football I was bowled over by the sense of team spirit in the place. The technology was astounding and one could not be other than very impressed by their success. A must do visit.
Reviewed by Claire G, March 2013
Picked up tickets in Barcelona shop, staff were very friendly and stadium was amazing!
Reviewed by woody, March 2013
even if someone is not into football, well worth a visit and good way to pass away few hours....