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Delve into FC Barcelona's history on a 1.5-hour independent tour of Camp Nou stadium. Sail past the long entrance lines with your priority-access ticket and follow in the footsteps of football (soccer) legends from past and present. Visit the changing room, pitch, presidential box, and press room, then head to the FC Barcelona Museum, where you'll find the club’s gleaming trophy collection and interactive exhibits.
  • Skip-the-line admission to Camp Nou and FC Barcelona Museum
  • Explore FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium at your own pace
  • Retrace the footsteps of legendary players from the past and present
  • See the team changing room, chapel, presidential box, press room and more
  • Walk onto the pitch and be awed by 360-degree views of the largest stadium in Europe
  • Visit the FC Barcelona Museum and learn about the club’s history through audio-visual displays
  • Head to the special area dedicated to Leo Messi to see his four Ballons d’Or and his three Golden Boots

Why Travellers Choose This Tour

Booking your ticket in advance gets you guaranteed entry and fast-track admission — a big plus if you’re visiting during the warmer months or traveling with kids. Look up FC Barcelona match dates before purchasing your ticket, as the tour is restricted to museum-only access on match days.
Pick up your ticket at the central Barcelona address shown on your voucher, and then make your own way to Camp Nou stadium, Europe's largest football ground and the home of FC Barcelona. Your prebooked ticket entitles you to priority access, so you'll skip right past the long ticket lines that start to form as soon as the stadium opens.

Spend the next 1.5 hours exploring independently. Retrace the footsteps of sporting legends like Gary Linekar and Diego Maradonna as you visit the team’s changing room, stroll through the tunnel towards the pitch, and step out onto the grass to see the stadium from the perspective of a footballer. You'll also see the chapel, TV room, press room, and presidential box.

After, continue to the FC Barcelona Museum to enjoy interactive exhibits that speak of the football club’s prosperous past and present. See photographs, sports equipment, team kits and signed memorabilia; watch clips of iconic matches; and gaze at the club's shining collection of trophies. There's also an area dedicated to Leo Messi, which features two interactive walls where you can relive his goals.

How long you spend in the stadium and museum is up to you, but many visitors find 1.5 hours to be sufficient.


Opening Times:
  • May 1 to October 12: Monday to Sunday from 9:30am to 7:30pm
  • October 13 to December 21: Monday to Saturday 10am to 6:30pm. Sundays: 10am to 2:30pm (November 1st as well)
  • December 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29 and 30: 9:30am to 7:30pm
  • December 26 and 31: 10am to 2:30pm
  • December 25: Closed
The Camp Nou tour operates up to one hour before the museum closes.


Viator Traveller's Reviews

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, Dec 2018

The whole Camp Nou experience was absolutely amazing. Even non football fans (like my wife) were impressed with the stadium and the whole ethos and energy of the club. On entry you are given a smart tablet with an earpiece. Whenever you come across a number at a location around the museum you simply type the number into your tablet and an audio commentary starts playing.It's hard not to be overwhelmed at the amount of trophies this famous club has won. However, the best part of the tour is going into the players dressing rooms, the press rooms and of course.. walking through the tunnel onto the stadium. You can imagine what it must be like to do this on match days.The museum and pitch tour takes about 2 hours and is well worth the money even if you are not a football fan.

, Jul 2018

This doesn’t get you into the stadium you have to go somewhere downtown Barcelona not near the stadium then exchange for a ticket. Nothing is written about that on the ad but is in fine print on the second page of the voucher. Stood with many other disappointed fans when they denied us entry!

, Jul 2018

It's great for the team fans which we are, gives a feeling of connection with the team/their home stadium. Small museum features pretty old and newer team items, as well as a large collection of trophies.
The self-guided tour will take you from the museum, through the lockers and player's chapel, to the pitch can't go on the pitch itself, to the press room with great view of the field.
There are other activities along the way: photo ops you, photoshoped with the team or player, virtual reality thing of being in the game, and such things, all ranging from about 5 to 15 Euros, so be prepared to drop some money, if you want these items. Or elect not to, and walk by - under dissatisfied eyes of the peddlers of these products. Other purchase items include collectible coins, and a small batch of dirt with the grass from the pitch doubt they let you bring that on the international flight. And after that, you will be exiting through the FCB Official MegaStore, where you officially can drop some more MegaEuros.

Like I said, it is fun for a fan, but the cost of the tour will triple at least, if you are not careful with your spendings. Depends on a budget, I guess.
Not most convenient from this particular provider: you can't pick the admission tickets right at the entry point, you must get them from a travel agency, located in the center of town, quite ways from the stadium. The admission is on flexible schedule though, so as long as you show up between hours of operation, with tickets in hand, you will be let in.

, Jun 2018
, Jun 2018

Nothing great and at the same time tickets are costly ...

, May 2018

Great place to visit . Unfortunately we could go down to the pitch level as it was being relaid, but otherwise it was great.

, Apr 2018
, Apr 2018

Great deal, a bit of fun looking for the entrance and the starting point of the stadium but once you find it its all pretty straight forward. I would recommend buying the audio tour.

, Mar 2018

Camp Nou was great! A fantastic fan experience in every detail. Especially loved hearing the cheering crowd and the Barca anthem : But honestly, it's a pain having to pick the tickets up from the travel agent's office beforehand. I read somewhere that the office was close to the stadium, so the whole family got there bright and early - only to be told we had to go collect the tickets - and we lost a whole hour in the process.

We live in the e-age... E-TICKETS PLEASE!!!

, Mar 2018

My sister and I loved this self guided tour. It was a lot of fun. Please read the fine print...with this vendor, tickets need to be picked up in La Ramblas which is no where near the stadium. We did not realize this and it caused such a headache. Our mistake for overlooking it but not a customer friendly way to do business. Why make customers go out of their way when most vendors offer the tickets with purchase? Picking up tickets should be a thing of the past.

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