Croke Park Skyline Tour is 10

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Summer 2022 marks the ten-year anniversary of one of Ireland’s top attractions, the Kellogg’s Skyline Tour at Croke Park. Originally opened to the public back in 2012, the Skyline attraction is a thrilling 17-storey high rooftop tour suspended over the pitch of Croke Park. It is the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and one of Europe’s most iconic stadiums. 

Croke Park Skyline Tour is 10

The Skyline Tour is a unique opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of the Dublin skyline and hear quirky stories with incredible tour guides. The sky is the limit when it comes to anniversary offerings as the GAA Museum has also announced a new ‘Discover Dublin’ Tour Series, which will begin on Friday 23 September and run weekly until 18 November 2022. 

Each Friday evening, the Kellogg’s Skyline Tour will be taken over by different Dublin experts, who together with the talented team of Skyline tour guides, will offer a themed tour topic each week. These rooftop tours will cover a variety of topics from tenement Dublin to emigration, the Dublin music scene and much more. Tours will depart from the GAA Museum at 3.15 pm and last approx. 90 minutes.  They must be booked online in advance, see here

10 Years of Views, Sunsets, and the Odd Romantic Proposal

Commenting on 10 years of the Kelloggs Skyline Tours, Niamh McCoy GAA Museum Director said “Since the establishment of a new rooftop walkway on top of Croke Park in 2012, we have welcomed Dublin locals, Irish visitors, sporting fans, tourists, high-profile dignitaries, and celebrities.

It has been 10 years of breath-taking views, illuminating talks, historical revelations, milestones and more. We have seen over 3,650 sunrise and sunsets, quirky activities including yoga and abseiling, as well as romantic proposals and memorable weddings. When you look back, the 10-year milestone is certainly a source of pride and a genuine success story.

It is important to note that the Kellogg’s Skyline Tour at Croke Park is not suitable for infants and younger children and all visitors must be 1.2 metres or taller to take the tour. 

For bookings see here.

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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