Yes! There is a museum dedicated to the FC Barcelona team. It’s mostly for the FC Barcelona football team but they do have some items for the other sports such as basketball. However, most people who go to the museum are there to see the trophies, mementos, and other relics of the FC Barcelona football team.
The one trophy that I really wanted to see was the 2014-15 Champions League trophy because I watched the team win against Juventus in the final game when they were in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium, another well-known famous place with a lot of history behind it as well. But more importantly, the 2014-15 FC Barcelona team went on to win the treble (they won La Liga, Copa del Rey, and then the Champions League). In the year of 2015, the team won 5 major trophies so in addition to the first 3 trophies mentioned, they also won the European Super Cup and the FIBA Club World Cup trophy as well. An awesome haul, indeed. Still 2011 was the banner year – 6 major trophies!
Of course, Messi has some stuff in the museum as well. All of them replicas as the real ones are probably in his house or somewhere safe and sound like a baby.
Tip: If you haven’t been to a FC Barcelona game before, it’s a good idea to go to the museum so that way you are more familiar with the layout of the stadium, Camp Nou, before you go. Yes, seeing the stadium is part of the museum tour. It’s recommended that you go to the museum on a non-game day because that way you have access to the dressing room and go out onto the field (aka pitch). You just have more to see even though I thought the dressing room was nothing special – like any other locker room. It’s only special when you imagine that you are one of the players on game-day putting that Barca shirt on and then looking around to see world-class players all around you – Messi, Suarez, Ter Stegen, Rakitic, Busquets, Pique, Dembele, Umtiti, Coutinho, Iniesta (before he retired this past year in 2018 or more like left Europe), etc.
And if you want, you can get your photo taken with the players.
I think it’s a must-see place if you’re in Barcelona. Forget the beach, forget Sagrada Familia, forget everything else. Just go to the museum and to a game and you’re golden!