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Eden Park, Auckland Region
(4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Marvel at the size of New Zealand's largest stadium, Eden Park, home of Auckland cricket and rugby. Views are excellent no matter where you sit, and large screens on either end of the field provide better up-close viewing. The onsite cafeteria sells food and drinks during matches; Wi-Fi is free, as is public transport to and from each match. Check online for scheduled events or relive great sporting moments as you go behind the scenes on New Zealand’s most famous stadium tour. Tours commence at 2pm each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Arrange to visit Eden Park and other attractions in Epsom using our Epsom vacation trip planner.
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  • We have done tours of a few stadiums (Lords, Croke Park, MCG) and this is amongst the best. Graham's knowledge and passion was evident. Our 1 hour tour took almost 2 hours, and wouldn't have missed a ...  more »
  • I have always loved the All Blacks, since I was a child and I had the chance to see them for the first time at the Eden Park for their 18th consecutive victory against the Wallabies. It was awesome an...  more »
  • Amateur rugby, if you visit Auckland, go make the pilgrimage in this mythical Stadium at the end of the world. Initially Britomart branch Kingsland, 10 minutes will be needed to reach the stadium. If you do the day of a match, return access to the game is free on presentation of a ticket. A paid visit to this stage is scheduled every Monday at 14heures, if you ca... The stadium is black world, literally and figuratively, the people is no one around blacks, of the hymn to the Haka, goosebumps guaranteed. Liters of beer to drink, before, during and after, without this don't turn the head beyond measure. End of game management and entry in the train is done naturally, everything is organized so that the party is beautiful. Not to be missed
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  • The venue itself is excellent. The food and beverage carts are overpriced and there are always long lines for them and the toilets. Corporate area is great and well run.
  • emotional match between blackcaps and southafrica last year worldcup semi's It's been a memorable..
  • Went to see a game between All Blacks and Wallabies. It's a great venue. The only thing to add would be to have a better sound system.
  • Watched All Black vs Australia, what a game! Really nice stadium, but buying beer here is ridiculously expencive
  • Excellent venue. Well designed and managed.