Bernabéu opens its doors to you, making you the star of the show. You can visit all areas of the stadium, including places you had only pictured in your mind
Open every day except the 25th of December and the 1st of January.
Monday to Saturday: From 10 am to 7 pm. Sundays and public holidays: From 10:30 am to 6:30 pm.
Avenida de Concha Espina, 1.
- Visit the Trophy room, the locker room and the pitch
- You will know more about the best team of the 20th Century
- You will feel like a Real Madrid player about to start the game
Real Madrid offers the possibility to visit the Santiago Bernabéu at your leisure, visiting all areas of the stadium, including places you had only pictured in your mind: mythical spots like the tunnel from the changing rooms, players' benches, press room, pitch and even the president's box.
You can also visit the Trophy Exhibition, the best evidence of the legend of Real Madrid, FIFA’s Club of the Century. Enter and experience the most exciting moments of your life. Go at your own pace, no hurry...
SCHEDULE & DURATION
Monday to Saturday: from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Sundays and public holidays: from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm. The Tour lasts approximately an hour and a half. On match days, tours are available until 5 hours before the beginning of the game. After that time and until 3 hours before kick-off, it will only be possible to visit Best Club in History Room, the Trophy Exhibition and the Panoramic View of the Stadium.
• Adult Ticket: 25 euros.
• Children (6-15 years): 18 euros.
The tour is self-guided and includes a panoramic view, the Best Club in History Room, the Sensations Room, the pitch, the presidential box, the dugouts and technical area, the players' tunnel, the dressing rooms, the press room and the club's official store.
GOOD TO KNOW
People on wheelchairs cannot access all the parts of the Tour. Instead they will be able to visit the Best Club in History Room, the Sensations Room, as well as the technical area for free along with a companion.
WHO WILL GO?
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- M Mike S (Singapore) I took the tour on Sunday the 21th of February, the morning. It's a great chance to see all of the stadium, from the heights of the stands to the dressing rooms, trophy rooms and the dug out areas. The tour takes in a large selection of areas, both in and under the stands. A must see if you have time when in Madrid.
- P Philipp R (Germany) Enjoyed the tour and it's very well thought out. You go on a winding tour of various parts of the stadium including the trophy rooms, dressing rooms, pitch side, etc. Some very high tec displays enabling you to scroll through the history of the club on huge computer screens. You'll see, very interesting!
- S Simón N (United Kingdom) I'm not particularly into my football but everyone in the world has heard of Real Madrid. We came here for the self-guided tour yesterday and had a truly fantastic time. Really interesting to see where they started, the cups, the legends that have played for them and to get a chance to be in the changing rooms and sit on the bench. For 19 euros it was a good couple of hours spent.