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Barça beat Madrid in the Museums ‘Clásico’

El Camp Nou, estadio del Barcelona

The Camp Nou Experience, the Stadium Tour and the Barcelona Museum, earn the blaugrana club a lot more than the Bernabéu Tour brings in for Real Madrid. In fact, the Culés’ museum is one of only six in Spain that receive more than a million visitors annually. In 2014, more than one and a half […]


16 de octubre de 2015 - Sportyou

El Camp Nou, estadio del Barcelona

The Camp Nou Experience, the Stadium Tour and the Barcelona Museum, earn the blaugrana club a lot more than the Bernabéu Tour brings in for Real Madrid. In fact, the Culés’ museum is one of only six in Spain that receive more than a million visitors annually.

In 2014, more than one and a half million people visited the Barça facility, according to figures published by ‘El Mundo‘, only surpassed in national territory by the Reina Sofía (2,677,166), the Prado (2,536,844) and the Dalí Theatre and Museum (1,535,070). Real Madrid’s museum, meanwhile, did not go past 920,000 visits last year. The principal difference between the two clubs, however, lies in the income generated from their respective attractions.

Barcelona earned €27 million from the sale of tickets for their museum last year. Madrid, in the hypothetical case that all the people who visited their museum over the same period were adults (at €19 a ticket), would have brought in €17.5 million, a figure that is far behind Barcelona’s, even if the numbers are rounded up considerably.

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