The new Camp Nou Experience marketing campaign is focused on the global dimension of Barça, and how it is one of the most visited sights in the country
The trophies, Messi's four Ballons d'Or and the first stone of the Camp Nou are just a few of the items on display
The Camp Nou Experience offers a unique opportunity to explore some of the most iconic parts of the stadium
The best place to learn about the history and values of FC Barcelona is undoubtedly the club museum. Located on the Camp Nou premises, it offers fans the unique opportunity to view dozens of trophies and see first-hand why Barça is ‘more than a club’. A visit to the FCB Museum is an unforgettable experience that uses the very latest technology to display the club’s history in interactive and sensorial fashion.
The new Camp Nou Experience marketing campaign is focusing in Barça’s global dimension, and how it is now one of the most visited sights in Catalonia, up there among such other major tourist attractions as the Sagrada Família, the Torre Agbar and Park Güell. In order to truly appreciate what the city of Barcelona means to its people, a visit to the temple of football, the Camp Nou, is an obligatory part of any tour itinerary.
The best player in the world
Leo Messi is the first active Barça player to have his own section in the museum. That space is being used to display his four Ballon d’Or trophies and two Golden Boots that confirm his status as the greatest player in the world. There are also two interactive displays of all of the goals he has ever scored for the first team.
Apart from the Leo Messi Space, the two floors of the FC Barcelona Museum will tell you all about the history of the club, including the first stones laid in the old Les Corts stadium and the Camp Nou. These are complemented by such spaces as the ‘Database’, which shows a wealth of information and statistics related to FC Barcelona, and the ‘6 Cups Zone’, which honours the unforgettable year of 2009.
The visit is complemented by the Camp Nou Experience, a tour of the stadium facilities in which visitors get to see such emblematic areas as the visitors’ dressing room, the benches beside the pitch and the pressroom.
Don’t miss the Camp Nou Experience, a must in Barcelona. Opening times.