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Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years. With a capacity of 82,300, this magnificent stadium is actually the third largest in Europe. Its size is only part of its greatness, however, as you’ll discover on this...more
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Great day out! Museum was interesting and we got a few presents in the gift shop. We did the skywalk and really enjoyed it, amazing views over Dublin. Our guide (think his name was Ruairi/Rory) was fantastic, had the knowledge and added a bit of...More
Well worth a visit even if your not into sports. The tour guide was fantAstic and very knowledgable with lots of interesting facts about how the GAA was formed. The museum is also great , Im sure children would enjoy the interactive parts fun
Croke Park is much more than a stadium visit, this location is steeped in, and part of the history of Dublin. I did both the stadium tour and the skyline tour across the roof, fantastic views ! The tour guides were very knowledgeable and personable,...More
As a frequent visitor to Croke Park to watch the Dubs & having attended numerous gigs over the years, I have always wanted to do a behind the scenes tour. Have to say it exceeded my expectations. Well thought out tour & our tour guide...More
This is an excellent tour whether you know anything about hurling and Gaelic football or not. We were the only non experts but our superb guide Cian made sure that we were included throughout. Over an informative and fun ninety minutes we got to see...More
We enjoyed Croke Park very much! Take the guided tour to see the locker rooms and other neat locations. Great view of Dublin from the top. The GAA museum contains several trophies of different sporting tournaments.
We went Saturday 29th sept tour was at 8.30pm and they kindly let us take the tour at 7pm. Lovely evening weather wise. Anna the tour guide was from wexford a lovely girl. Not boring just right. Beautiful stadium plenty of time for photos and...More
Not knowing anything about Gaelic games, this tour was enlightening and very interesting. It's about 2 hours long and takes you everywhere in the stadium, plus giving historical insight too. The museum is interactive, which is great fun. Not being able to jump (broken foot)...More
Went there with a group. Was show where the players enter on their buses. Where the groundskeepers keep their gear and how they keep the field in such good condition. The young lady doing the tour was great a. We saw a ten minute movie...More