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Croke Park Stadium, Dublin

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  • Highly recommend for all GAA fans and a fantastic museum for you to spend ages looking through their archive.  more »
  • Home of Gaelic games and one of the largest stadiums in Europe, it's difficult to believe that this is the HQ for an amateur sports organisation, the GAA. Gaelic football is impressive but if you want...  more »
  • Conference on Croke Park-with a view of the disc of the pitch clean on Saturday, children played games-live audience react to each play, the video screens display ads-congratulations to approach to children and adolescents
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  • Beautiful stadium. Home of dublin and gaa in ireland. One of the nicest stadiums ive been in. If you can caych the dublin team play a game here id recommended it.
  • The holy grail for irish sports.. puts a lot of lot of sports venues to shame. Put simply, on big match days, theres nowhere else to compare.
  • Great place to visit. As I'm from England, I had no clue about the sports that are played here! However I went on the tour and the guide was extremely knowledgeable, and helped me learn a few things. It is a fantastic stadium and would be great to witness when full. Highly recommended visiting this and doing the guided tour.
  • The museum is very interesting if you're a GAA fan, and the sky tour is amazing. You can see most of dublin. I would highly recommend this.
  • Ireland's largest stadium and the home of it's national sports, Gaelic Football and Hurling. You have the museum and the Skyline tour. They are good, but to really experience Croke Park, you have to go there on a big match day. June to August is the best time, as you won't get tickets for the finals in September. If you are in Dublin on a summer weekend and are free on Sunday afternoon, check out if there are any matches there and go along. You won't be disappointed.