Dublin at Dusk | Croke Park’s Ericsson Skyline Dusk Tours Return

The days are getting shorter which means it’s time to seize your chance to check out the glittering Dublin skyline from a unique 17-storey vantage point – the roof-top of Croke Park Stadium.

Due to popular demand, the Ericsson Skyline Dusk Tours return to Croke Park from this coming Saturday November 24 and will run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 4pm until the end of January. Take in 360-degree views of the capital’s streets and spires as dusk descends across the city.

These special limited roof-top dusk tours on Dublin’s highest open-viewing platform give visitors the opportunity to enjoy incredible, unparalleled panoramic city views and insights into all of Dublin’s celebrated landmarks – not to mention the architecture and design of the iconic sporting stadium itself – from a 44-metre high vantage point that will get the heart beating.

The Skyline tour guides will share tales from the city’s rich history, with the storytelling further enhanced by the new augmented reality app (AR). Launched this year to accompany the Skyline tour, it is free to download and allows visitors to see some of the city’s most famous landmarks spring to life in AR glory on their phones!

All dusk tours will end with a complimentary hot drink in the GAA Museum’s Blackthorn Café. Visitors also get access to the GAA Museum, which vividly illustrates the story of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day. The Interactive Games Zone gives you the chance to get competitive and test your GAA skills.

Book your Ericsson Skyline Dusk Tour of Croke Park online now. Organisers say it’s a great idea for a work night or family and friends outing, a romantic date night, or even a surprise proposal. Just don’t forget to bring your camera and wrap up warmly.

Commencing on Saturday November 24 2018, the tours, which last 1.5hours, will run on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until Sunday January 27 2019.

Tickets are available to book online at a special discounted rate of €15 for adults and €10 for children. Concession tickets for students and seniors are €12 and a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) is priced at €42. Please note, children must be 1.2 metres (approx. four foot) or taller to take the tour.

Booking is essential as these limited-edition tours sell out quickly. For more information, visit here.

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