Camp Nou - F.C.Barcelona Open Date Ticket
The visit begins on the first floor of the Museum, which was renovated on June 12, 2010. This is a modern museum with large interactive walls, new showcases and a wide collection of objects that reveal the history of FC Barcelona and explain the values that have made Barça “More than a club”. The Camp Nou Experience retraces the steps of players that have made history such as Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona, Guardiola and Messi, among others. Visitors can feel the true Barça passion by visiting the most emblematic areas of the Camp Nou: including the visitors’ changing room and the tunnel into the pitch, from where a panoramic view of the whole stadium can be enjoyed. At this point any Barça supporter dream comes true as they sense just what it is like to be a Barça player.
You go on to visit the television studio, the mixed zone, the pressroom and the press box. The tour ends on the second floor, where you can visit the fascinating Multimedia space, which was renovated in January 2010, and which has been received enthusiastically by members and visitors. The recommended time for a visit is approximately an hour and a half.
For structural reasons, and due to the large number of staircases on the tour, the Camp Nou Experience is not accessible for disabled people.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
- Entrance to F.C.B Museum and tour
- Entry/Admission - Camp Nou
- Audio guide
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Please note: It is mandatory pickup tickets at the Julia Travel Office at Carrer de Balmes, 5. 08007 Barcelona
- If the client attends directly to Camp Nou without the picking up of the tickets, will not be allowed to get into the Tour.
- You can walk on the grass but not on the football field.
- Days of La Liga or Spanish Cup matches: The Tour will be closed all day. The Museum will be open up to 3 hours before the start of the match (with a stadium visit from the second tier included) and will re-open 90 minutes before the match up to the start of said match.
- Champions League match days: The Tour will be closed all day and you can only visit the first floor of the Museum until 3 pm. The day before, the Tour route will be modified giving access to all areas except the 2nd floor of the Museum.
- For structural reasons, and due to the large number of staircases on the tour, the Camp Nou Tour is not adapted for people with physical walking disabilities.
- According to the schedule of matches, training sessions or special events FCB reserves the right to change the schedule, routes or close part of the museum tour. Please double check before your visit.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- The time of the flexible entry will be from 1.30 p.m., remaining unable to access before that hour in the following periods: from 1st July to 1st September 2019 and from 26th December 2019 to 4th January 2020. Outside these dates the Open Date ticket can be used as usual, being the access allowed from 10:00 to 18:30.
- Most travelers can participate
We decided to book this tour at the last minute and it did not disappoint. I did not know much about the stadium and the team but when I left I was a fan! Beautiful stadium and so much to see!
It’s very misleading It’s not until you go into the details and when I booked this it was on an iPhone so not a large screen you have to go to an agency Julia in Barcelona then make you way to the staff then present the ticket In this day and age it should be so much easy to download the ticket Absolutely ridiculous Had to pay twice as there was no point leaving the stadium without going in Dreadful
we arranged to take our grandson for a birthday treat for one night to Barcelona. As he is football mad, the highlight was to be a trip to see the Barcelona Stadium. imagine how upset he was to be told it was closed in anticipation of a match the following day. We had no notification either when we booked or closer to the date. Spoilt our trip
Well worth the visit. Great stadium to match the team. Easy to get to with the metro. Trophy room, changing area, on pitch side, press box etc.
This is a must for any soccer(football) fan or sports fan. Tour takes you throughout the stadium (museum, press room, prep room, chapel, walk out tunnel and field).
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.
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.
Nothing great and at the same time tickets are costly ...
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.
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!!!