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The museum is celebrating its 30th anniversary

September 24 is the day of the Mercè festival in the city of Barcelona, and this year that date also marks the start of the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the Barça Museum. There will be a variety of events organised over the next few months, starting on the 24th with an open day for club members, who will be able to enjoy the Camp Nou Experience in the company of five guests.

All members need to do to enjoy this chance to explore the stadium and learn more about the club’s amazing history is to show their membership card at the ticket offices opposite the museum (access 9). They’ll be given up to five free passes for guests of their choice.

The Camp Nou will be celebrating the Mercè festival on the same day. President Josep Maria Bartomeu and members of his Board of Directors will be visiting the museum in honour of its thirty years of existence.

The city of Barcelona is to be decorated for the occasion with banners honouring some of the great sportspeople of Barça’s past and present, and there will also be graphic images located in and around the different club buildings, such as the old OAB. The club is also setting up an online activity called “You write Barça History”, in which fans will be able to vote for the greatest moments in over 110 wonderful years.

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Unforgettable visit to the Camp Nou Experience

Visitors to the Barça museum can admire the 22 Liga and four Champions League trophies won over the years. In the Messi Area, they can view the Argentinian’s four Ballons d’Or and three Golden Shoes, and his greatest goals are shown on two interactive panels. Visitors can also find out how it feels to be player walking out of the tunnel with the Barça anthem playing in the background, and can then pose for pictures at pitch level as they take in the immensity of the Camp Nou.

The Camp Nou Experience also includes a visit to the Mixed Zone, where the players speak to the media after matches, and the pressroom where Luis Enrique gives his post-match press conferences. The most popular items include the commentary boxes right up at the top of the stands, with a magnificent view of the pitch, as well as the multimedia zone, where you can enjoy highlights of some of the proudest moment in club history.

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