Croke Park Stadium and Museum Tour in Dublin
Croke Park Stadium and Museum Tour in Dublin

Croke Park Stadium and Museum Tour in Dublin

Calling all sports lovers! Do you love the GAA, or want to know more about Ireland’s national sports? If this sounds up your street, then look no further than the Croke Park Stadium and Museum Tour in Dublin City Centre! This stadium is a central part of Irish culture, been steeped in history since its inception. There are multiple activities to do while at Croke Park, including the Skyline tour, Museum tour and Stadium Tour.

Why should I visit Croke Park in Dublin?

This magnificent stadium is the largest of its kind on the island of Ireland and is currently the third-largest in Europe. Steeped in history and culture, this tour will leave even the most esteemed of stadium viewers in awe!

Here, visitors will learn all about the Gaelic Games, which include Hurling, Gaelic Football and Handball, with information on each of the 34 teams involved in the sport. The stadiums capacity is 83,000 and the backstage part of the tour will take you deep into the heart of the stadium and its changing rooms. Visitors can also feast their eyes on the museum exhibitions, which includes, The Great Hunger, and The Bloody Sunday exhibition. Once visited, this beautiful stadium will leave visitors with a hunger for the sport, who knows, it might even convince you to attend a game and see for yourself. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off at the fascinating Croke Park Stadium and Museum Tour!

  • Skyline view.
  • Backstage pass.
  • Cafe.
  • Hotel.

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