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2013 was a brilliant year for the FC Barcelona Museum. The Museum was the most visited museum in Catalonia of the year as 1,506,022 visitors graced the building. The Dalí Theatre Museum was the second most visited with 1,333,430, and third was the Picasso Museum with 915,226 visitors.

Those spectacular numbers have already set the tone for this year. On January 4 2014, the Museum received its 25 millionth visitor. Alex Jiménez and his two sons, Estanis and Diego, 10 and 7 respectively, were the visitors to complete this milestone for the Museum and they were treated to an exclusive tour of the facility led by vice-president Jordi Cardoner and Museum director Jordi Penas.

On September 24 the Museum will celebrate another landmark when it turn 30 years old after its opening in 1984.

The Camp Nou Experience is the best way to learn about the history of the Club, and visitors get the chance to visit the 22 league titles, the 4 Champions League crowns and the rest of the team’s incredible trophy haul.

With the Club constantly meeting new challenges and achieving yet further sporting success, the Museum is regularly updated and one of the most recently opened sections is the extension to the Espai Messi, where as well as the Argentinean’s four Ballons D’Or, visitors can also see the three Golden Boots he’s won – including the latest. In addition, the zone boasts a large area of videp screens showing every one of Messi’s goals for the Club.

The Museum recently opened up a new multimedia zone that allows fans to relive the most exciting team moments of the last decade. In addition, there are touch screens that lets fans experience the 200 most magical moments in Club history.

In addition to the interactive zone, the Camp Nou Experience finishes up with tours of the most emblematic spaces of the Stadium, like the pitch, the players’ tunnel, the away team dressing room and the press area..



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