Camp Nou Stadium Museum
When you are in Barcelona it almost is a must to visit and see the Nou Camp Stadium for every football fan. To see the stadium the easiest and cheapest way is to visit FC Barcelona Camp Nou Museum. By this way you will also able to enter the Camp Nou Stadium and the special rooms and parts of the complex.
Address & How To Go To
The location of Nou Camp Stadium is the Les Corts district, 5 to 6 km from the center of Barcelona. Address; Carrer Aristides Maillol / Les Corts Quarter, Barcelona. How To Go To Camp Nou Museum; L5-Metro Collblanc.
General ticket price (2018) for the museum and stadium is 25 €. Admission for ages between 6-13 ages and over 70 years old the price is 20 € and free of charge under 6 years old. Especially during high season be preapered to face with long ticket lines before the entrance. If you buy your ticket here you have a right to enter directly to the museum.
Opening hours for the museum and stadium differ according to match program. During match days, the museum is open between 10:00-15:00 hours and stadium tour is not performed. Check Opening Hours Here
Another way to see the stadium is to buy a ticket for a play if you are lucky enough with your travel period. But in this case you will not be able to see the museum, the special rooms like press room, locker rooms of the players etc.
The famous FC Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium was built in 1957 in Barcelona, the capital of Spain’s Catalonia Autonomous Region. Camp Nou is the official stadium of the Barcelona Football Club. Nou Camp is Spain’s largest football stadium with a capacity of 98.772 people.
The meaning of Camp Nou or Nou Camp means “New Stadium”. It is the biggest football club of Europe and 5th in the world. The stadium was opened in 1957 after a 3 years construction period. Prior to the 1982 World Cup the seating capacity of the stadium was increased to 120,000 with new additions. But later on, this figure was decreased to 98,772 upon UEFA’s request, in order to security reasons. The stadium is 48 meters in height, 250 meters in length and 220 meters in width.
Built on a 55,000m2 area, the stadium can be evacuated just in five minutes at an emergency case. Plannings are going on to increase the capacity of the stadium to 115,000 in the near future.
Camp Nou Museum is the most visited museum of Barcelona. Here, you get to know Barça’s 100 years of history and present day with visual and audial themes and in different sections. One of the most interesting parts is the Section of Cups; here you can see numerous championship cups like European Championship Cup from 1992. Additionaly special gifts and donations by famous Catalan artists such as Miro, Dali, Tapies, and Subirachs are exhibited in another section.
Camp Nou Stadium has a museum visited by millions of visitors every year. When you buy a ticket for the museum you join a guided tour with the local guide of the museum for one hour. During this tour, you can step on the green grass of the stadium which is located next to the museum building. You can also sit on the stands, visit the press room, football locker rooms of the players and more.