Not only is the largest football stadium in Spain, Camp Nou it’s also the largest in Europe and home to the Football Club Barcelona, one of the most successful football clubs in the world.
Spanning almost 60 years of defining history making moments in sports, politics and music, it’s one of Barcelona’s most celebrated monuments and a landmark of its own.
Camp Nou Tour
This tour will guide you throught the history of the Barcelona football stadium. Open since 1957, it has been the location for some of the most memorable chapters in sports and music alike. Camp Nou, meaning “New Camp“, received this popular nickname from its very start.
Legendary concerts have also taken place here, including Michael Jackson’s Bad Tour and the launch of U2’s 360º Tour in 2009. It can seat close to 100.000 people.
Even if you’re not a football fan, getting to know the stadium and the museum is encouraged. It’s a place of living history.
The stadium not only serves as home to the local Football Club Barcelona. It hosted the inauguration ceremony for the 1982 FIFA World Cup and several final matches of the UEFA Champions League and the football competition in the 1992 Olympic Games.
The FC Barcelona Museum can be found inside the stadium, featuring permanent state-of-the-art exhibitions of the Club’s history.
Apart from all the memorabilia, every trophy the Club has ever won it’s exhibited. It’s the second most visited museum in Barcelona after Picasso Museum.
Camp Nou Experience Tickets
The Camp Nou Experience includes an expedition to the museum, as well as the football field.
See for yourself the real dressing rooms and the hallway the players use to access the field, with enhanced stadium noise so you can experience what it really feels like to be a player before a football match.
Get the online ticket and avoid queues in the following link:
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Camp Nou opens every day of the year except the 1st of January and the 25th of December.
The museum opens from 9.30hs to 19:30hs. However, during match days, the Camp Nou Tour will not be available.
During match days, the museum is open up to 3 hours before the match starts. During Champions League match days, the tour will not be available as well. On such a day, you can only visit the first floor of the museum until 15.00hs.
Getting to Camp Nou
Metro: Line L3: Palau Reial, Maria Cristina and Les Corts Stations.
Line L5: Badal and Collblanc stations.
Tram: Lines T1, T2 and T3, Avinguda de Xile Station
Bus: 7, 15, 33, 54, 56, 57, 63, 67, 74, 75, 78, 113, 157
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Neighborhood: Les Corts
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