If you are a sports fan visiting Dublin, there’s no better place to visit than Croke Park, the home of Gaelic Games in Ireland and the largest stadium in the country.
What can we do in Croke Park?
There is so much to see and do in Croke Park on when there isn’t a game on:
Croke Park Stadium Tour: it’s access all areas as you get behind the scenes on this tour and walk in the footsteps of your heroes visiting the dressing rooms, warm up and press areas for. Book tickets today.
Ericsson Skyline: what better way to view Ireland’s capital city than from 17 stories up on top of Croke Park’s stands. This walk is not for the fainthearted, but you will be securely harnessed at all times so why not book a ticket for this exhilarating activity?
GAA Museum: get a better understanding of the wide ranging impact the GAA has had on Irish culture, politics and social life from pre-historic times to modern times in this interactive museum.
Finally the ultimate way to enjoy Croke Park is to attend a match in the hallowed grounds. Tickets for many of the games can be bought online.
20 Minute Drive Away
Croke Park is only a 20min drive from the Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley. There are also a range of public transport options to Dublin city Centre making Clayton Hotel Liffey Valley the perfect place to stay if you have tickets to a match. Don’t forget to book dinner in one of our many restaurants for after the match!
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