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Club founder Joan Gamper first had the idea of setting up a Barca museum in the 1920s, but for a number of reasons, it was not until 1984 when President Josep Lluis Nuñez was in charge of the club that his vision came to fruition. Once again the club showed themselves to be pioneers in the footballing world and with subsequent enlargements in 1987,1994 and 1998, the museum now covers 3,500 square metres.  
Year after year the museum has increased its number of visitors and become an ever more important tool for spreading the name of the club far and wide. Not only is it the best footballing museum in the world, it is also the most popular museum of any kind in Catalonia, regularly receiving more than 1,160,000 visitors a year, and is a reference point for many other such museums around the world.
In 2000, the ex president Gaspart helped ensure that the museum would be named after the man who was the main driving force behind its creation,  ex president Nuñez.
A trip to the museum includes a tour of the stadium itself and features four main areas:
· The History Museum: which covers the club's more than a century long story through the many trophies won, photographic archives, sporting material, audiovisual shows and a vast number of items to stir the fans' emotions.
· The Art Gallery: with works by some of the most prestigious artists of the nation, coming from the club's own art shows and gifts. Dalí, Miró, Tàpies, Segrelles and Subirachs are among the artists featured.
. Col·lecció Futbolart - Pablo Ornaque: Undoubtedly one of the best private collections of footballing memorabilia, this exhibition covers the history of football from its origins until the present day and is permanently on loan to the museum.
· Temporary exhibitions: are regularly organised and have included such prestigious shows as that dedicated to the painter Josep Segrelles and a history of poster art related to the club.
The museum also has an archive centre with video, photographic and printed documents related to the club's history, which, since its inauguration in 1994, has proved an important tool for researchers, writers and journalists.
Camp Nou tour through the changing rooms
The museum offers the chance to really get to know the stadium by taking a tour called Camp Nou through the installations, which takes visitors into the opposition changing rooms, down the tunnel and onto the pitch area. Fans can see the new dugouts and look out across the magnificent stadium. The alter, the TV studio, the press rooms and the directors area virtually complete the tour, with the one final surprise of a chance to enjoy a panoramic view of all FC Barcelona facilities. Don't forget to bring your camera!
Opening hours
From Monday to Saturday: 10:00-18:30 - Tour Camp Nou untill 17:30
Sundays and Bank holidays: 10:00-14:00 - Tour Camp Nou untill 13:30
Days with a Champions League at the stadium: 10:00-13:00 - Tour Camp Nou doesn't work
1/1, 6/1 and 25/12, closed
Free parking
Prices 2005

                                                        Museum visit               Museum visit and Camp Nou tour

 ADULT                                                6.00                                         9.90

 JUNIOR (to 13 years old)             4.50                                         7.50

STUDENTS, FAN CLUB MEMBERS  4.50                                         7.50

Special prices for groups
Free entrance for Barca members
Informations and reservations
Tel. (+34) 93 496 36 00
Fax. (+34) 93 496 37 79
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