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Croke Park, the home of Gaelic games, is the ultimate destination for school tours, bringing together our national sport, heritage and living culture in one inspiring location.

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Explore the home of Gaelic games on this behind-the-scenes tour

Explore the home of Gaelic games on a behind-the-scenes tour and learn about the history of Ireland’s iconic stadium. Walk in the footsteps of your GAA heroes as you visit the team dressing rooms before going pitchside via the players’ tunnel. Tour includes ‘September Days’, a short film capturing the magic of All-Ireland Final day and exclusive ‘Get in the Zone’ video footage from top GAA players.

2 Hours
€9 per student*
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*€8 for groups of 40+ students

Experience the thrill of walking
17 storeys high on Croke Park's rooftop

Experience unmatched panoramic city views and insights into Dublin’s celebrated landmarks, combined with the thrill of walking 17 storeys high on the roof of one of Europe’s largest stadiums. Soaring above the iconic pitch, you’ll learn about Dublin’s history while getting a truly bird’s-eye view of our capital city.

2 Hours
€15 per student
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Discover the rich heritage of Ireland's
national games at the GAA Museum

The museum's interactive collections vividly illustrate the story of Gaelic games from ancient times to present day.

Discover the history of Ireland’s national games at the GAA Museum, including the role of the GAA in the cultural revival of the late 19th Century. The museum’s collection and interactive exhibits vividly illustrate the story of Gaelic games from ancient times to present day. Then test your Gaelic football and hurling skills in the Interactive Games Zone.

Entry to GAA Museum included with all tours

Croke Park on Bloody Sunday Tour

This special tour, featuring elements of the stadium and rooftop tour, gives Junior and Leaving Certificate students unique perspectives into the events of Dublin and Croke Park on 21st November 1920.

The tour begins in the GAA Museum with the short film ‘National Awakenings’ before visiting the Skyline rooftop walkway. Here, students will gain an understanding of how events unfolded across the city on that day. The tour will then proceed to pitch side, to recount this significant event during the War of Independence.

This tour can be tailored to the group’s educational requirements and adapted to cover events from 1913-1923.

2 Hours
€15 per student
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Are you looking for an action-packed trip for your students? Why not spend the day at two of Dublin’s most exhilarating attractions?

Ericsson Skyline at Croke Park and Awesome Walls have teamed up to offer a special school tour package where you’ll get three epic experiences at one great price.Your class will take the Ericsson Skyline tour and visit the GAA Museum before travelling to the Awesome Walls Climbing Centre for a rock climbing session with an experienced instructor.

Book two sites with one phonecall!
Contact Awesome Walls now on 01 880 0088 or email . Group bookings based on a minimum of ten students.

€24 per Student
01 8800088

Why Choose Us?

School Tours Made Easy!

✓  One teacher free with every ten students
✓  Free onsite coach parking
✓  Indoor & outdoor picnic areas
✓  Complimentary tea/coffee for teachers
✓  Free WiFi
✓  Wheelchair accessible
✓  Gift shop onsite
✓  Irish language tours (on request)

Contact Us Today!

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