Barça Museum & Stadium Tour reopens with free entry for members
Limited opening days and hours will be in place for the attraction, as well as comprehensive safety measures
The FC Barcelona Museum has reopened its doors, employing limited days of operation, reduced capacity and safety measures.
Initially, the Museum will open on Fridays from 3pm-7:30pm, Saturdays from 10am-7:30pm and Sundays from 10am-3pm, except for weekends in which a LaLiga game is to be played at the Camp Nou (due to the sporting and corporate activity of the club, the Barça Stadium Tour & Museum will be closed on matchday and on the 2 previous days).
Easter opening hours
In an exceptional measure, during the Easter Week the Museum & Stadium Tour will also open on Monday, March 29 to Friday, April 2, from 10am-3pm. The Museum will be closed on April 3, 4 and 5, due to Barça's game against Valladolid.
FC Barcelona members will enjoy free entry to the Barça Stadium Tour & Museum upon presenting their card at the Main Entrance. No pre-booking is required. Members will also enjoy special conditions for many of the services offered.
The Museum closed temporarily on November 4 of 2020, due to low attendance as a result of the Catalan government's measures in place limiting movement in municipal areas.
New range of activities
The Museum now features a gymkhana for families called 'El Rondo.' This activity can be undertaken individually or in a group, and consists of participating in games, answering questions and solving puzzles through a mobile phone whilst on the Museum route. Children who complete all of the tests will receive a 'Superculer' diploma to take home.
For the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Museum will work to ensure that all safety measures are in place to maintain a safe, Covid-Free environment, in accordance with the Clean and Safe Space protocols.