Croke Park Experience
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Croke Park Experience information
This museum is all about the history and importance of Gaelic sports in Ireland and the role of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) as the stout defender of a proud cultural identity. It helps if you're a sporting enthusiast.
The twice-daily tours (except match days) of the impressive Croke Park stadium are excellent, and well worth the extra cost. Admission to the tour includes a museum visit.
The stadium's other attraction is the Skyline , a guided tour around the stadium roof, with stops at five different viewing platforms that have bird's-eye views of the city. The most thrilling stop is on the platform that extends right out over the pitch.