Croke Park Stadium Tour - Dublin
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The Croke Park Stadium Tour takes you behind the scenes to experience a bit of match day magic.
The part 'Croker' plays in the story of Ireland's sporting and cultural heritage is significant and compelling. To learn more about the history, be sure to pay a visit to the GAA Museum on-site (the price of the Stadium Tour includes museum admission).
The trip itself shows you some of the most interesting areas, only accessible to Tour participants - the dressing rooms, pitchside (via the players' tunnel) and the VIP area to name but a few of the treats in store.
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