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Camp Nou Experience and Museum Admission Ticket

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  • Avoid ticket lines with pre-purchased admission to the Nou Camp in Barcelona
  • Explore behind the scenes of FC Barcelona’s home at your own pace
  • Check out the pitch, tunnel, changing rooms, and trophy-filled museum
Camp Nou Experience and Museum Admission Ticket
From US$35.97
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Camp Nou Experience and Museum Admission Ticket
From US$35.97
Pre-book your Nou Camp experience in Barcelona so you don’t have to wait in line or rely on a last-minute ticket. Then, on the day, bypass the lines and go straight into the home of FC Barcelona to explore independently. View the changing rooms and other areas, walk through the tunnel, visit the museum, and admire the vast stadium from the pitch, all at your own pace.
What to Expect
Collect your ticket in central Barcelona and travel independently to the Nou Camp, Europe's biggest football stadium and home to FC Barcelona.

On arrival, use your ticket to sweep past the entry lines. Then, spend however long you wish exploring the stadium and museum.

Trace the footsteps of legends such as Diego Maradona as you view the changing rooms, press room, TV room, chapel, and presidential box. Walk through the players’ tunnel and step onto the grass to imagine what it feels like to play here watched by 99,000 spectators.

Next, immerse yourself in the club’s history in the FC Barcelona Museum. View photographs, memorabilia, and clips of iconic matches, see the club’s trophies, and relive the goals of Lionel Messi in an area dedicated to the star player.

Your experience concludes when you exit the stadium.
Reviews (1,116)
1 - 5 of 65 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Good Experience for £25

Whilst taking in the sights of Barcelona came across the Nou Camp accidently - thats what I told wife who was with me. We were able to pay to go in & enjoy the experience. Very old looking ground unfortunately - needs revamping

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Bigrossa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Worth every Euro!

Family of 3, with me being the football fan. Dragged the wife and daughter along with me to visit the Camp Nou. Absolutely wonderful afternoon. Well laid out, plenty of things to do, to see, to experience. Can't fault anything at all.

Thank AberdeenScott
Reviewed 3 December 2018
Passion and history

I've booked the ticket online including: Museum, audio guide and VR, it was so enjoyable visit and full of smiles and open eyes, I recommend it definitely for any football fan.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank 99yassina
Reviewed 7 November 2018
Somewhere to take a teenager

But that's all it was and my normally enthusiastic teenage grandson wasn't too impressed. Basically a 'walk-through'. The Interactive Guide gave minimal information and the Virtual Experience was over in a few minutes. Considering that the stadium is to be redevelpoed soon and it was...More

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank Carol B
Reviewed 31 October 2018
Barcelona Football Stadium

At €29 per ticket to walk around a football stadium albeit Barcelona, could be considered as quite expensive. If you are a football fanatic, then it may be different. Given the price od a ticket to watch Barcelona play a football match in the standard...More

Date of experience: October 2018
4  Thank Garry W
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29 December 2018|
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Response from Anwarul I | Reviewed this property |
Hi, if you buy your tickets through TripAdvisor then you must go to the booth if bought from Barca website your mobile tickets are accepted. I just printed mine off at work and took them with me!
9 October 2018|
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Response from Mauricio A | Reviewed this property |
I guess so, it depends on the games schedule.