LOCAL ATTRACTIONS #8: CROKE PARK AND THE ERICSSON SKYLINE ROOFTOP TOUR

Croke Park is the iconic stadium of Ireland’s national sports, Gaelic Football and Hurling. Steeped in tremendous history and the heart of Irish sporting events for over 100 years, Croke Park hosts (among other events) The All Ireland Football and Hurling finals each year.

The Croke Park Stadium Tour is one of the best things to do when visiting Dublin. This access-all-areas tour includes visits to the team dressing rooms, warm up areas and media centre before going pitch-side via the players' tunnel and taking a seat in the VIP areas. The Stadium Tour also includes full access to the GAA Museum.

Croke Park Tour
Also, within Croke Park is The Ericsson Skyline Rooftop Tour. This offers visitors unrivalled city views at a height of 17 storeys high on the roof of Croke Park. The Skyline Rooftop Tour allows includes audio guides providing unique historic analysis on Dublin City.

USEFUL INFORMATION WHEN VISITING

Admission
Adult: From €15.00 (£13.16 or $16.42).
Child: From €10.00 (£8.77 or $10.95).
Student/Senior: €12.00 (£10.52 or $13.14).
Special Rates available for families.

*Please note currency conversions are correct as on 10.04.2020. Please note the Ericsson Skyline Rooftop Tour is an extra fee.

Distance from The West County Hotel
Croke Park is located 9kms from West County Hotel Dublin, or a 22-minute car journey. Take Bus 25, 26, 66, 66a, 66b, 67 from outside the hotel and get off at stop 315 (Bachelors Walk, Liffey Street). Walk approx. to 200 meters to Westmoreland Street, Fleet Street, Stop 319. Take Bus 1, 13, 44 and get off at stop 17 (Drumcondra Rd, Drumcondra Station). Croke Park is located around 5 minutes' walk from this stop. 

Contact Details for Croke Park
Address: GAA Museum, Croke Park, St. Joseph’s Avenue, Dublin 3.
Tel: +353 1 8192323.
Email: tours@crokepark.ie.
Website: www.crokepark.ie.

Visit Croke Park on Social Media
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram