A visit for the five senses
2010 marked a before and after for visits to the FC Barcelona stadium. The club museum was transformed and the Camp Nou Experience was opened, which offers a brand new way of enjoying Barça.
The Camp Nou Experience offers a totally new way of exploring the club stadium, and reveals more
about the club’s heritage as well as adding an emotional aspect that truly reveals the
Barcelona sentiment. Not only is it about getting to know the club, but it is about feeling the
true emotions that it arouses.
360 degree change
The current FC Barcelona facilities have nothing to do with what visitors might have
seen before 2010. “This is a good moment to visit this space and sense the emotions of Barça.
Even for people that have visited the museum before, it is now an all-new facility”,
explained Jordi Penas, director of the Museum.
21st century museum
On the first floor, visitors to the Camp Nou Experience will find a modern facility,
with interactive murals, large-format audiovisuals, new displays and an extensive range of objects
that reveal the history behind FC Barcelona and explain the values of being a fan of Barça, and of
being “more than a club”. There is then the chance to visit some of the most emblematic
areas of the stadium (changing room, chapel, VIP box, press are, banqueting area...) and then go up
to the second floor to enjoy the all-new Multimedia Zone.
A modern, contemporary and technological approach was taken to the 2010 renovations.
Everything is now available in three different languages: the experiences of the tour of the Camp
Nou; the emotion of the Multimedia Zone and the second floor of the Museum.
The Camp Nou visit is an essential part of any sightseeing tour of
Barcelona, which includes other attractions such as the Sagrada Família, the temple designed by
Gaudí that has now been consecrated by Pope Benedict XVI. Visitors are now retuning to that place
of worship and seeing it in a whole new light, and the same should be the case with the Stadium
Tour. People are flocking to the stadium to enjoy the football, but many local residents are
missing out on the chance to also enjoy this more intimate and revealing side of the stadium.
Free for members
Entry for the Camp Nou Experience, which covers the Museum, the visit to the Camp Nou and the
Multimedia Zone, is free to all members of FC Barcelona. The price for the general public is 19
euros, but is just 15.50 euros for supporters’ club members, students, pensioners, numerous
families and children (6-13 years).