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Eden Park, Auckland Region
Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
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 found this tour by accident and put it on our maybe list. Ended up being the highlight of the trip. Our tour guide Graeme - what he doesn't know about the stadium isn't worth knowing. Kids were exc... read more »
Had the privilege to watch the All Blacks vs Wales test here. What an amazing experience! Concourses are wide, bathrooms clean, and the food and drink areas don't take as long as other stadiums I've b... read more »
Saw the All Blacks play Wales in the First Steinlager test 11/6 2016 . Great views ,food was good lots of different drinks .And for a winter game it was warm.The one thing i find most impressive is th... read more »
emotional match between blackcaps and southafrica last year worldcup semi's It's been a memorable..
Love going here to see the All Blacks and Auckland Blues. Food is good and haven't really had a bad seat yet, and I've been to 5 games there this year!
Awesome atmosphere and very family friendly
Nice venue for Rugby. Good seating area. Views depend on the seats though. An awkward boundary ground for cricket games as it is not an oval shaped ground. Hosts great games nonetheless.
Great venue for rugby and cricket alike. Views throughout the stadium are great. Only downside is that the food and drink queues suck, but hey, that's life!
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