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Croke Park Stadium, Dublin

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  • Went to Croke Park for an event and evening function, and couldn't fault the place. It's HUGE, and a really interesting place to look around. The staff were great - very helpful and friendly. The size...  read more »
  • This eighty two thousand plus stadium is the home for the Irish games of Gaelic Football, both mens and ladies, hurling and camogey. During the season you can find up to full capacity watching these a...  read more »
  • One of our trip highlights seeing a game here. Easy to get to and a great atmosphere. Seems like there is a good view from pretty much everywhere. 
  • 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.
  • I loved it because I'm from Kilkenny but if you were from Tipperary or Galway you would hate it because tipp and Galway have lost so many all Ireland's there. (especially Tipp)
  • Great for GAA and Football. Terrible for concerts Major sound issues could spoil your day if you spent a lot on tickets. Went to Bruce Springsteen there and the sound was terrible. Also only Carlsburg was on sale. DEFINITELY the worst larger in the world at €6.00 a pint
  • Had a great tour with very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Learned a lot and was a great experience.
  • A piece of Irish history. Facilities could use a bit of a revamp, but well worth a visit for a GAA game to soak in the spirit.
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