FC Barcelona Museum

 Visit the museum and the stadium of FC Barcelona. Camp Nou Experience
The Camp Nou stadium. Author: Cristian Atudoroae (Barcelona Pictures)
Located in the facilities of the Camp Nou Stadium, in the district of Les Corts, the F.C. Barcelona Museum is the best place to get to know one of the best football clubs in the world, a club with over a century of history. In the museum are displayed in a very modern way all the trophies won by the sports sections of the Catalan club and a multitude of objects related to their teams, players and supporters.Since its inauguration in 1984, the museum has evolved until to become the first most visited in Catalonia and the third in Spain.
Currently the museum includes trophy area, multimedia space, Messi space, art collection, Futbolart collection and temporary exhibitions.

Camp Nou Stadium

The Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe and the fifth in the world, with a capacity of 99,354 spectators. The dimensions of the field are 105 by 68 meters. UEFA has classified the Camp Nou with category 4, the highest existing rating.
The current stadium was built between 1954 and 1957 near the former Camp de Les Corts stadium, according to the project of the architect Francesc Mitjans, and it has been remodelled in 1981 and 1994. Apart from being the venue for all local matches of the first team of FC Barcelona, the Camp Nou has hosted various sports and cultural events. Here has taken place matches of the Football World Cup, Eurocup, football tournament of the Olympic Games and several finals of the Champions League and the former Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Cup.
The official headquarters, administrative offices and museum of the Fútbol Club Barcelona are located in the stadium's facilities. The Camp Nou is the center of a complex including the Mini Estadi, a football stadium for 20,000 spectators, La Masía, home of the club's youngest athletes, and the Palau Blaugrana, a multi-sport pavilion with 8,000 locations.

Camp Nou Experience

The FC Barcelona Museum offers, in addition to access the own facilities, a guided tour of the stadium visiting the presidential box, visitors' locker rooms, exit tunnel, mixed zone, Press cabins, and the pitch itself.
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Contact
Museu del Ferrocarril de Catalunya
Address: Arístides Mallol Street - Barcelona (Barcelona) 08028
Tel.: +34 902 189 900
Página web: www.fcbarcelona.com
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Timetable
January 6 to March 18 and October 17 to December 18
Monday to Saturday: 10am to 6.30pm
Sunday: 10am to 2.30pm
March 19 to October 16 and December 19 to January 5
Every day: 9.30am to 7.30pm

Closed: January 1 and December 25.
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Prices
General admission (tour + museum): 25 €
Children from 6 to 13 years, students, disabled, over 70 years old: 20 €
Children under 6: free admission.
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Public transport
Metro. Palau Reial (L3 line), Les Corts (L3), Collblanc (L5), Badal (L5) stations.
Tram. Palau Reial (T1, T2 and T3 lines) and Avinguda de Xile (T1, T2 and T3 lines) tram stations.
Bus. Lines 50, 54, 57, 70, 75, D20, H8, H10 and V3.
Tourist bus. Futbol Club Barcelona bus stop (blue route).
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Location
GPS: 41°22'50.6"N 2°07'19.2"E / 41.380731, 2.122010
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