Barça Museum to reopen doors on Friday 19 March

Barça Museum to reopen doors on Friday 19 March

Tickets for 12 euros, new interactive games, guided visits and COVID Free certification are the big attractions of the reopening

The FC Barcelona Museum reopens its doors on Friday, March 19th, coinciding with Father's Day in Spain. The move comes as a result of the flexibility of mobility approved in Catalonia and follows all the health and safety provisions in place to protect visitors on their Barça experience. There is also a renewed menu of services designed for the public.

The Museum will be open on Fridays from 3pm to 7pm, on Saturdays from 10am to 7pm, and on Sundays from 10am to 3pm. In addition, from Monday to Friday there will also be school visits and guided tours at arranged times. During the Easter period, the facilities will also be open between March 29th and April 1st from 10am to 3pm, in addition to the usual Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 

The Barça Museum reopens its facilities after the club decided to temporarily close them on November 4th, 2020 due to the low attendance figures registered as a result of the measures promoted at that time by the Catalonian Government. Measures that, among other things, limited the movement between municipalities over the weekend, which led to the cancellation of several reservations that the Museum had scheduled.

New activities

One of the novelties offered by the Museum is the gymkhana for families called 'El Rondo del Museu del Barça'. It is an activity that can be done individually or in groups and which consists of games, questions and puzzles to be taken on via mobile phone while touring the Museum and discovering the secrets of Barça's history, remembering the most emblematic players and admiring the trophies. As a reward, children who manage to pass all the tests will get a Superculer diploma to take home.

There are also guided tours, such as the 'Players Experience Tour'. It includes a visit to the presidential box, the press room and the pitch. In addition, the visitor will receive an official Barça merchandise gift and the opportunity to personalise their shirt for free.

A new guided experience for families with children aged from 6 to 13 is also being launched, called ‘Camp Nou Explorers’. An official guide from the club will accompany the group on a one-and-a-half-hour visit and explain the tasks involved in preparing a matchday at the stadium, showing  emblematic areas of the Camp Nou such as the away dressing room, the press room and the presidential box.

Special prices for residents

The Museum continues its policy of affordable prices for residents in Catalonia. The ‘Camp Nou Basic Tour’ costs €12, with a discount of almost 50% on regular prices, and is free for children under the age of 3. In the case of the ‘Player Experience Tour’ the ticket price is €39, almost 35% less than the usual ticket.

‘El Rondo del Museu del Barça’ costs €12, while the price of the ‘Camp Nou Explorer’ visit is €20 (no cost for children under 3). Visitors enjoy free parking. Members (be they residents or non-residents in Catalonia) continue to have free admission and enjoy special offers on many of the services.

Guaranteed safety measures

So that visitors can enjoy the visit with complete safety, the Museum enforces the use of masks throughout the area and capacity has been limited to 50%, as well as a maximum of ten people per group being permitted on guided tours. The route has also been delineated in such a way that it follows a single direction, in order to prevent visitors from crossing paths, and hydroalcoholic gels have been distributed throughout the area. In addition, audio guides have been removed and a new QR system has been incorporated included in the basic ticket, through which visitors can download the content of the visit directly to their mobile phones in order to receive all the information about the tour.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum is working tirelessly to ensure all sanitary measures with the aim of being a safe place for visitors, and to remain as a Covid Free space. This work, which the club have carried out following the Clean and Safe Spaces protocols, has been officially certified with the Safe Tourism Certified seal, awarded by the Instituto de Calidad Turística Española (ICTE).

Camp Nou Live Stream Tour continues

Parallel to the reopening of the Museum, the Camp Nou Live Stream Tour continues. It is a new digital entertainment offering that allows fans to enjoy, from home and from anywhere in the world, an interactive guided tour lasting 45 minutes. It is live, and shows various areas of the Museum and the most emblematic places in the stadium: The trophy rooms with all the Champions League trophies; memorabilia corners with relevant objects from the club's history; the Messi area displaying his Golden Balls and Boots; and the great attractions of the Tour Experience, such as the pitch, dugouts, tunnel and press room. 

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