Warning ! On match days Camp Nou is partially closed. Enjoy another time to visit his museum.
What can you see on match days
On the days of the Liga and King's Cup matches you can access the trophy gallery and Stadium from the 3rd floor. It's perfect if you want to take a picture with the Ballons D'Or of Messi or the 5 European Cups of the Champions Clubs that won the F.C Barcelona.
On Champions League matches, access is limited for two days: the one of the match and the one that precedes it. The price of the entry remains the same. That's why you are advised to visit the Camp Nou another day.
What you can see when there are no matches
When there are no matches you can also access the visitors 'changing rooms, the mixed zone, the players' tunnel, the press room, the field, the press gallery and the multimedia area.
In other words, it is much worth the visit to Camp Nou a day when there are no matches or the day before the Champions League. You will be even feel being Messi, Neymar or Suarez, which is the purpose of the visit.
When to visit the Camp Nou?
The best thing is to come very early in the morning, from the opening, to avoid queues and tour-operator buses - there are sometimes more than 30 parked in the car park late in the morning. If you are not an early riser, choose mid-afternoon instead. Attention, the Museum closes little by little some spaces 1h30-2hours before closing. To be at ease come around 4pm.
By Olivier Goldstein, the founder and editor of the Barça Blog, the first 100% Barça blog written from Barcelona. He is also a sociologist and guide at Camp Nou.
Photo by: Olivier Goldstein
Friday 12 May 2017 - 16:25