The FC Barcelona museum opened in the Camp Nou on 1984 when Josep Lluís Nuñez was the president of the club and later on, in 2000 the Museum was renamed as Nuñez museum. On 2010 the museum went through a reorganization and opened up again with the sections that can be seen nowadays, 3D cinema, audiovisual touch screen and a part with all the information on the history of FC Barcelona club.

Believe it or not, football club Barcelona museum attracts every year 1.2 million visitors and is the most visited museum in Barcelona, the museum occupies 3500 square meters and it is followed by the second most visited: Museu Picasso.

It is quite a modern museum after it went through the reorganization of the content and update on the installations, visitors can touch screen and see the information on the walls. The glass wall is equipped with laser technology and you can see video, images and music depending on the user's feedback.

All kids want to step into the Camp Nou grass what they call the Nou Camp tour, you can live again magical moments for Barça and share it all together as a family. You can access the Camp Nou grass and access the some of the most important places in the stadium.

What is the most famous part of the museum is probably the trophy room where every trophy won is displayed or a replica of it, children who are supporters of the club love it! I remember when I was taken to the museum when I was a kid and back then you could have a picture of you with some trophies in a fake grass space.

Football Club Barcelona is not only a football club for the city and for the Catalan culture and it is interesting to know why and how is such a part of the identity. Discover 6 things you don't know about the FC BarcelonaYou can buy your Camp Nou Experience (Museum + tour)

FC Barcelona Museum
C. Aristides Maillol, s/n
08028 Barcelona