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Pre-Match Stadium Tour 1st September

  • 1st settembre 2013
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Calling all GAA fans! Are you planning a trip to Croke Park this summer to support your team in their search for All-Ireland glory? If so, why not complete your match day experience with a unique pre-match guided tour of Croke Park.

This is your unique opportunity to experience Croke Park gearing up for operations in advance of the semi-finals of the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship. Be one of the first people in the stadium before the stiles open. Check out the dressing rooms and the players lounge, experience the stadium from pitch side via the players tunnel, take a seat in the VIP section and on Premium Level, get a bird’s eye view of Croke Park from the press media centre before you finish your visit in the newly-refurbished GAA Museum.

Croke Park is the only stadium world-wide to offer match day tours. Booking is essential as places are limited.

Price includes a match ticket and admission to the newly-refurbished GAA Museum.   Package including match ticket is now sold out.  There is a limited number of places available on the stadium tour for patrons who already have a match ticket.

Match tickets will be issued at the end of the pre-match guided tour; seats will be allocated in the Cusack Stand Lower.

Already have a match ticket, but still interested in this exclusive pre-match experience?  Simply get in touch with us directly to purchase a tour-only ticket - Tel: 01-819 2374  or send an email to tours@crokepark.ie

 

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TOUR PACKAGE (INCLUDING MATCH TICKET) IS SOLD OUT - A LIMITED NUMBER OF PLACES ARE AVAILABLE ON THE PRE-MATCH TOUR FOR PATRONS WHO ALREADY HAVE MATCH TICKETS.  TEL 01 819 2374 FOR DETAILS.

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